Calcium and phosphorous account for approximately 70% to 80% of the inorganic matter (= minerals) present in the bodies of livestock animals (e.g. cows, pigs and chickens).
These have functions relating to blood and regulation of PH in the body in addition to being the main components of bones.
Therefore, it is very important to ensure that livestock takes in a good balance of these two main minerals to deliver healthy and good quality food to the table.
- Good Balance
- Phosphorous:Calcium = 1:2 to 3
- Calcium Phosphate Comparison Table
- Calcium phosphate for feed comes in the categories:
No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3. The difference is in the content of the calcium and similar. The product with the greatest content of calcium is No. 2 calcium phosphate
|No. 1 Calcium Phosphate||No. 2 Calcium Phosphate||No. 3 Calcium Phosphate|
|Chemical Formula||Ca (H2PO4)2 / H2O||CaHP04 / 2H2O||Ca3(PO4)2|
|Name||Monocalcium Phosphate||Dicalcium Phosphate||Tricalcium Phosphate|
|P||23% or over (21%)||18% or over||18% or over|
|Ca||16% or over (18%)||20% or over||30% or over|
We manufacture our calcium phosphate for feed from the natural mineral of good quality phosphorous ore produced in China and South Africa.
In addition, this raw material phosphorous ore was mineralized by the deposition of feces from ancient birds. Therefore, this is an ore that contains lots of phosphorous and calcium.
In particular, among livestock, milking cows need to take in a good balance of magnesium and many other minerals in addition to phosphorous and calcium to produce good quality dairy products.
We manufacture minerals that help the health of livestock as mixed feed.
We have a lineup of product groups classified into the three categories below according to their various applications (e.g. pellet (granular) and powder products).
- Calcium Phosphate for Feed
- We have a lineup of products that have differing phosphorous and calcium content depending on the livestock environment, health situation and necessary mineral intake amount application with a well-balanced mix of the two major minerals of phosphorus and calcium which are the main components of bones and teeth made from good quality phosphorous ore.
- Mineral Mixed Feed
- Magnesium, iron, manganese, copper, cobalt, zinc and more are minerals that livestock must intake in addition to phosphorous and calcium.
We have a lineup of various products that mix these minerals in a good balance.