The products contain only eco-friendly organic components:
The components are extracted from environmentally pristine deposits and mountain lakes, away from industrial enterprises and urban settlements
Mass fraction of organic substance, %: ≥85
Density, g/cm3: ≥ 1.05-1.1
Humidity, %: 85-90
Acidity, pH: 7.3-9.5
Accelerating the growth of farm animals and poultry, reducing morbidity and mortality, increasing their body’s resistance to adverse environmental conditions, as well as residual toxins in feed
Reduction of the release of ammonia by the gastrointestinal biome of animals and poultry, as well as from manure (droppings)
Has an adsorption effect in the digestive tract of animals. Protein toxins and toxic substances bind, their absorption is noticeably reduced or stops completely, and their excretion is accelerated
Increase in live weight of newborn animals and poultry is greater compared to feeding without humic additives
PRECOCARE contains humic and fulvic acids, which ensure ecologically clean breeding of livestock, fur animals, and poultry in cases of pollution by nitrates, herbicides, pesticides, heavy metal compounds, and ionizing radiation.
Adding a 0,2% aqueous solution of PRECOCARE peat-sapropel concentrate to the diet increases the overall efficiency of livestock and poultry nutrition by 10–20%.
Under the same rearing conditions, it can increase live weight by 5-12%, reduce mortality by 13-18%, and reduce feed consumption per unit of live weight gain by 5-10%.
It also helps to increase their body’s resistance to adverse environmental conditions and residual toxins in feed.
PRECOCARE is successfully used as an additive in feed for livestock and poultry. Various research studies conducted worldwide have shown positive results regarding the use of humic acids as an organic feed ingredient.
Promotes better nutrient uptake – increases feed efficiency.
Harmless to animals and humans, no allergenic or carcinogenic properties.
The 42-day study used Arbor Acres broiler chickens from the first day of life; the test group and the control group consisted of two thousand chickens each. The addition of 2 liters per 1000 liters of water of PRECOCARE peat-sapropel concentrate as a feed additive with drinking water showed the following effects:
Positive effect on their growth and an increase in meat production.
Increase in the economic efficiency of breeding.
The use of peat-sapropel concentrate feed additive increase the economic efficiency.
The use of PRECOCARE peat-sapropel concentrate as a feed additive increases economic efficiency. Biochemical blood analyses of horses were performed, as well as the evaluation of biochemical results in test and control groups.
During the study, we used the same technology for feeding and breeding horses, followed identical preventive actions, and followed the drinking regime. Due to the farm program, the control group was fed only feed, vitamins, and minerals as supplements. The tested group was fed analogously and, in addition, peat-sapropel concentrate PRECOCARE was used as a feed additive to both the drinking water and the feed mixture.
The use of PRECOCARE in the diet leads to positive dynamics in the parameters of the immune status. Based on changes in biochemical parameters, the following regularities were found:
The decrease in ALT in the test group (by 9.7%) compared to the control group could be attributed to the adsorption properties of the researched feed additive components, resulting in a reduction in toxic effects on the liver.
The reduction of bicarbonates in the test group is lower by 23.3%, implying the peat-sapropel concentrate supports the organism’s resistance to acidosis manifestations.
The creatinine level in the test group ranges from 119,9 to 2,0 and rises by 25.2%; it falls by 12.1% in the control group. Such a change within the normal range can be attributed to increased muscle activity and an improved animal’s general state.
The urea in the test group is lower by 31.3% (less by 19.9% than in the control group) in combination with increased total protein, which indicates increased protein synthesis.
This can also lead to increased muscle activity in the animals and a positive effect of the PRECOCARE peat-sapropel concentrate on the animals’ organisms.
After feeding PRECOCARE peat-sapropel concentrate to a test group of dairy cows, hemoglobin increased by 4.03%, hematocrit increased by 7.9%, and erythrocytes increased by 35.21%. A significant increase in erythrocytes confirms the activation of hemopoiesis.
All studied indicators in the tested group of dairy cows after PRECOCARE feeding show normal average values, while the decrease in glucose level can be considered a manifestation of higher cow resistance to stress and the increase in urea and creatinine a manifestation of higher photosynthetic function of the liver. Findings based on changes in hematological and biochemical indicators in lactating cows as well as previous research on the peat-sapropel concentrate PRECOCARE show that its components indirectly support productivity, reduce susceptibility to stress, bind toxic xenobiotics, and modulate the immune system.
It can therefore be said that, with regard to the unchanging breeding conditions, the addition of PRECOCARE peat-sapropel concentrate to the diet of dairy cows results in positive dynamics for changing indicators of the hematological and biochemical blood profile.
A survey of the hematological and biochemical blood profiles of lactating cows, comparing the results before and after supplementing the diet of dairy cows with PRECOCARE, and analyzing the changes led to the following conclusions:
The substances contained in PRECOCARE positively change the hematological and biochemical profiles of cows’ blood.
The increase in blood parameters can be considered an adaptive and compensatory response of the organism to stress in functional systems.
The addition of a dose of 0.5 ml of PRECOCARE concentrate per kilogram of live weight to compound feed or water is suitable for the prophylaxis of hematological and metabolic disorders in lactating cows. The course lasts 4 weeks and can be repeated after 2–4 weeks depending on the severity of the farming conditions on the health of the dairy cows and the needs of the farm.