- Â A deficiency of copper leads to poor iron mobilization, abnormal hematopoiesis, keratinization and decreased synthesis of elastin, myelin and collagen.Â
- Â Leg weakness, various types and degrees of leg crookedness, and the in coordination of muscular action also result.Â
- Â A subclinical deficiency causes reduced blood serum copper and ceroplasmin, a microcytic, hypochromic anemia, aortic rupture and cardiac hypertrophy.Â
- Â Recent research suggests that copper and other trace mineral may be critical during early embryonic development.Â
- Â Copper concentrations in the developing pig embryo are much higher than in the uterine edometrium or ovary from day 12 to 30 of gestation.
- Â To improved physiological functions, efficient feed utilization for faster growth, good health and maximum, reproductive performance, improve disease resistance and egg/meat quality in Copper deficient animals.Â
- Â Inclusion: 50 â€“ 150 grams per Ton of complete feeds.
- Storage:Â Should be kept in dry cool place with temperature not higher than 30Â°. Keep the bag tightly closed during the storage.
- Â Net Weight: 25 kgs.