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Termin-8® kills salmonella, clostridium, listeria and other pathogens in feed and raw material components

Protect feeds with the help of Termin-8®

Termin-8® reduces the incidence of infection with pathogens, its use on a regular basis results in a reduction of use of antibiotics.

Termin-8® has focused on the impact on the food and does not have a waiting period.

Termin-8® successfully passed extensive testing and has been certified for a wide range of applications.

Termin-8® does not affect the gastrointestinal tract of animals.

Termin-8® provides the highest level of control the growth of pathogenic microorganisms in the feed and subsequent protection against re-infestation for up to 21 days.

Termin-8® controls the feed contamination:

  • enteroinvasive Escherichia coli, various types of salmonella
  • various types of clostridia, mold fungi
  • different types of staphylococci, streptococci

Using the feed is not contaminated by pathogens, manufacturers can provide:

  • maximizing the nutritional value of the diet
  • improved feed conversion rate
  • reduction in mortality, especially in the early stages of life
  • decrease in the percentage of culling animals
  • increase the effect of vaccination
  • increasing uniformity

Product Description

Termin-8® - effective combination of formaldehyde, propionic acid, terpenes and surfactants.

Feed for animals 3-6 кg/t
Feed for animals of high risk 3-10 кg/t
Processing of raw materials 3-10 кg/t

Advantages of Termin-8®

  • control of the reproduction of pathogenic microorganisms
  • reduction of cases of microorganisms detection in the finished product
  • no adverse impact in the terms of safety meeting
  • indirect cleansing the entire enterprise, from the feed mill to feeders
  • does not cause corrosion of metals
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