Betaine Anhydrous

Betaine Anhydrous

  • 2-(trimethylazaniumyl) acetate
  • 292390
  • C5H11NO2
  • White Powder
  • 107-43-7
  • Betaine
  • As per customer’s request
Grade Origin Download
China
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Application

Category

  • Zootechnical

 

Brief Overview

Betaine is a trimethylglycine that can be mainly found in sugar beets. It has long been a known functional nutrient in broiler nutrition. Betaine anhydrous, is another form of betaine, can be obtained other than its monophosphate and hydrochloride form. Reportedly efficacious, betaine anhydrous is suitable to be administered via feed or water for drinking to all animals species. Betaine anhydrous as a feed additive is capable of improving animal performance and slaughter characteristics. The use of betaine anhydrous (97%, 96% and 91%) as a feed additive up to a supplementation of 2,000 mg/kg complete feed does not pose concerns to consumer safety.

 

Application

  • Raw feed/premix material
  • Excellent feed to the poultry
  • Enhance animal production performance
  • Aid poultries during heat stress
  • Replace other methyl group donors such as methionine and choline
  • Enhance slaughter characteristics
  • Improve the insecticide effect and redistribute the energy and nutrient uniformly to the animal body.
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