In the field of modern animal farming, maintaining the delicate balance between optimal animal health and high productivity presents a challenging task. Immumace, our innovative feed supplement, is designed to meet these challenges head-on. It combines the health-promoting benefits of cranberry polyphenols with zinc chelated with cranberry polyphenols, with the intent to augment antioxidant activity, provide antimicrobial effects, and bolster the immune system of farm animals.
Immumace is a carefully formulated feed supplement that contains the goodness of polyphenols from different kind of berries like cranberry, elderberry etc and the chelated complex of zinc with berry polyphenols. These berries are harvested at their peak nutritional value, processed to extract their polyphenols while preserving their bioactive properties. Zinc, an essential trace immunity mineral, is then chelated with the cranberry polyphenols, enhancing its bioavailability and allowing for superior absorption and utilization within the animal’s body.
Mechanism of Action of Immumace
Cranberry polyphenols are powerful antioxidants that mitigate oxidative stress by neutralizing free radicals. They also exert antimicrobial effects by inhibiting the adhesion of harmful bacteria to the gut lining. The chelated form of zinc, coupled with cranberry polyphenols, ensures higher bioavailability and utilization, leading to optimal support for the immune system, metabolic function, and maintenance of the skin and mucosal membranes.
Benefits of Immumace in Poultry Productivity
In poultry farming, Immumace’s antioxidant and antimicrobial properties contribute to maintaining a balanced gut microbiota, a crucial aspect for optimal bird health. The enhanced immune support helps reduce the incidence of common diseases and mortality rates, leading to improved overall flock health and productivity. The zinc chelated with cranberry polyphenols supports growth, feather quality, and eggshell strength, translating into better meat and egg production.
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