Name: Magnesium fodder oxide
Synonyms: magnesium oxide
Species: Pure fodder
Chemical formula: MgO
Magnesium oxide plays an important role in the diet of ruminants for proper appetite, growth and reproduction.
Powder with a beige-brown color, characteristic taste and smell.
Proven loose magnesium source in oxide form.
Supports the proper functioning of the nervous system and muscle function. The demand for magnesium oxide increases during increased effort.
A deficiency of magnesium oxide can cause:
Lack of appetite
Changes on the skin
Stinging tendril (disorders in metabolism) especially in spring and autumn when the level of magnesium in natural feed is not sufficient
Excess zinc oxide can cause:
Release of bone growth
Feed per tonne should be:
Breeding sows (nursing) 6kg
Poultry 0.4 kg
Milk cows: - 20kg milk / daily 25kg - 35kg milk / 35kg daily
Magnesium oxide feed 87% Name: Magnesium fodder oxide Synonyms: magnesium oxide Species: Pure fodder Purity: 87% Chemical formula: MgO Properties This substance plays an important role in the diets of ruminants - it ensures proper appetite, increases and reproduction. It is a powder with a beige or brown color that has a characteristic taste and smell. It is a good, loose source of magnesium in the oxide form. Magnesium fodder fodder supports the functioning of the nervous system and muscle function. The demand for it is greater during the effort. Signs of magnesium oxide deficiency: - lack of appetite, - increased aggression, - inhibition of growth, - convulsions, - hyperactivity, - skin changes, - postpartum paralysis, - grazing tetany (metabolic disorders) - especially in spring and autumn, when the level of magnesium in natural food is too low. Signs of excess magnesium oxide: - slow bone growth, - diarrhea. Dosage per 1t feed: - breeding sows (nursing) - 6 kg, - horses - 13-15 kg, - porkers - 2-3 kg, - dungeons - 1 kg, - milk cows - 20 kg milk / daily 25 kg - 35 kg milk / day 35 kg, - poultry - 0.4 kg, - sheep - 1-3 kg, - bulls 4-8 kg.Learn More