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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
According to the rating of the analytical center Expert Koudijs MKorma has entered the TOP of the largest agroindustrial companies in Russia in terms of revenue for 2017.
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