In the world of animal production, where every penny counts, feed costs dominate the financial landscape. A strategic approach to profitability simply cannot work without cost-efficient feed. So, when the prices of essential nutrients such as vitamin E fluctuate, this has a direct impact on profit margins. The volatility of Vitamin E prices not only affects feed costs directly but also delivers pressure on maintaining optimal animal health and performance.

Vitamin E: expensive, but indispensable?

The role of vitamin E in animal feed presents a dual story. On one hand, it stands as an indispensable element that is crucial to obtain optimal growth, reproduction, and overall performance. Its presence in animal diets is non-negotiable, as it influences vital physiological processes such as cellular respiration and immune response.

On the other hand, the story reveals the complexity of vitamin E supplementation. Despite its undeniable importance, vitamin E becomes a double-edged sword due to its susceptibility to strongly fluctuating market prices. This volatility poses a constant challenge for farmers and feed producers alike. As the soaring costs of vitamin E translate directly into elevated feed expenses, they trigger a delicate balancing act between nutritional and financial optimization.

Meeting the challenge with natural solutions

To tackle the challenge of high vitamin E prices, Agrimprove has introduced Vitanox: a natural solution to optimize feed costs. Using advanced screening methods, Agrimprove’s experts have examined over 8,000 plant-based polyphenols and bundled them into a powerful product.

Solely based on natural ingredients, Vitanox counteracts oxidative stress in animals’ bodies and via this way spare Vit E for it’s other systemic functions This way, it enables the formulation of highly cost-effective feeds that cater to animals’ needs without being impacted by fluctuating vitamin E prices. In other words: Vitanox is a true game-changer for efficient and budget-friendly animal nutrition for swine, poultry, and ruminants.

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