Feed Additive Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
English Name: RIBOFLAVIN; VITAMIN B2; RIBOFLAVINE
[Molecular formula]: C17H20N4O6
Properties: Yellow to orange crystalline powder, slightly odorous, slightly bitter, slightly soluble in water, insoluble in ether, alcohol and chloroform, soluble point 281-290 C.
[Function and Use] Animals need different amounts of additives according to different growth stages, but lack of them will cause the following diseases:
1, slow growth or stagnation (pig, chicken);
2. Cortical dermatitis, hair disorder, hair loss, degeneration of peripheral and central nervous system myelin sheath, dyskinesia, gastrointestinal mucosa inflammation, vomiting, absorption disorder and epilepsy caused by gastrointestinal mucosal inflammation;
3, egg production declined, hatching rate was low (poultry), premature or stillbirth (swine), edema (piglets);
4. Fish lacking vitamin B2, poor growth, anorexia, abnormal body color, cataract, anemia, etc. The lack of riboflavin in Penaeus monodon results in lighter body color and stimulates allergy and epidermal protrusion at abdominal ganglion links.
5. Low feed conversion rate.
Packing size: 20 kg Paper Barrel
Storage Conditions: Store in sealed containers in dark, ventilated, cool and dry places.