Copper-Infused Growth Enhancement: A Game-Changer in Poultry Farming

This blog investigates CuGROW-99™, a copper-infused supplement for poultry, enhanced with SANI-99™ for AGRI technology. It explores how copper aids critical aspects of poultry health such as red blood cell production, immune function, and feather quality. SANI-99™ technology enhances these benefits by optimising pH levels, reducing pathogens, and preventing biofilm in water systems. This combination marks a significant step forward in poultry health management, improving growth rates and feed efficiency while reducing disease outbreaks. The blog also highlights CuGROW-99™’s contribution to sustainable and responsible farming practices.

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Lime – Calcium Hydroxide vs. SANI-99™ for AGRI Disinfectant

In agricultural disinfection, lime requires specific conditions and poses health risks, while SANI-99™ for AGRI offers a safer, more reliable alternative. It eliminates 99.99995% of pathogens, remains effective for up to 90 days, and is non-toxic, alcohol-free, and chlorine-free. Additionally, it supports sustainable practices by reducing plastic waste and carbon emissions, making SANI-99™ for AGRI the optimal choice for modern agriculture.

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Protecting UK’s Native Poultry from Avian Influenza with DEFRA-Approved Disinfectants

In the UK, the specter of avian influenza looms large, posing a severe threat to native poultry breeds such as chickens, ducks, geese, and turkeys, according to a report from the Rare Breeds Survival Trust highlighted in a recent Guardian article. This alarming situation necessitates immediate and decisive action to safeguard these vital breeds. The disease, which originated in Asian poultry farms, has now escalated to affect mammals and even shown instances in humans, though human-to-human transmission has not been observed. The article emphasizes the crucial role of stringent biosecurity measures, including the use of DEFRA-approved disinfectants like SANI-99™ for AGRI, in combating the spread of this notifiable disease. For poultry farmers and breed conservationists, the stakes could not be higher as they race to protect the UK’s agricultural heritage and prevent catastrophic losses.

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