Moringa has been characterized as a potentially useful animal feed owing to its high content of protein, carotenoids, several minerals and vitamins (such as iron and ascorbic acid) and certain phytochemicals (kaempferitrin, isoquercitrin, rhamnetin, kaempferol and quercetin).
Our Products and Expert aim is to provide our clients more information about the nature, nutritional value, phytochemicals and uses of Moringa oleifera as a promising material in the fields of animal and poultry production.
Some products can be classified as a feed supplement or a healthcare product, depending on how they are marketed or used. They might be used to provide nutritive value in the diet or used periodically to treat, mitigate and prevent disease. These products tend to blur the line between feed and healthcare products.
- Increase Energy and endurance
- Improves Digestion
- Anti Tumor
- Anti Fungal
- Strengthens Immune System
- Enhances Shin Health
- Anti inflammatory
- Normalize Blood Sugar
- Improves Wound Healing
- Sheep & pigs: 10g per 100kg animal weight
- Cattle: 10g per 100kg animal weight
- Poultry: 50g – 100g per 50kg feed