Pigs

Natuzyme in feeding pigs

At the bottom of the pig's stomach, after increasing the pH to 5-5.5, Natuzyme enzymes begin to work with the activation of amylase and protease. In the duodenum, xylanase and phytase activity will join them. These enzymes in the complex have a significant effect on the growth of protein digestibility, structural and non-structural carbohydrates, and the action of phytase will strengthen the delivery of assimilable phosphorus for absorption in the small intestine. Cellulase Natuzyme will begin active cleavage of cellulose in the large intestine with the formation of glucose, which will have time to suck in the blood and provide additional energy intake into the body, and the action of phytase will strengthen the delivery of assimilable phosphorus for absorption in the small intestine. End the work of enzymes Natuzyme in the rectum, where under their action, the formation of free water will increase, after absorption of which Dense stools will form.

Matrix for rationing with Natuzyme for pigs


The positive effect of Natuzyme has been demonstrated by the increased productivity of both sows and pigs, which is actually manifested when using this enzyme complex.