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6. HEXACHLOROPHELE (sentrel of worms, liver flukes etc.)
14. SULPHACT CAYFIRVERSIE (treatment of bacterial scours)
15. KONNEL (control of grubs and hernflies)
The problems connected with the use of these substances are mainly economic, the residues produced being of minor inportance.
The following is a list of substances added in
Cobalt, Copper, Iron, Manganesc, Zinc, Iolybdenum, Potassium, Boron, Calcium, Phosphorous, Iodine, Sulphur, Magnesium.
A,B (Riboflavin, Nicotinic acid, Calcium pantothenate, Pyridoxine, Cyanocobalamin, Folic acid, Biotin, Choline chloride) Ascorbic acid, D., D2, Vitamin E acetate, Vitamin K analogue (nenadian)
Methionine, lysine, Crotic acid, Orotic acid,
Clycine, Glutamic acid.
Urea, ethyl esters of higher fatty acids,
p-amino benzoic acid.
CHEMICAL PRESERVATIVES IN ANIMA, FEEDSTUPES
The addition of antioxidants is regulated in
some countries. The following is a general list of
These substances are used mainly in calf
milk replacer formulations.
Other national regulations include the following
GEL. PIN, NATURAL CUTS, AGAR-AGAR, CARRAGEEN, ALGINATES, PECTINS CELLULOSIC ALKYLESTF: S (up to 19 Belgian regulations) EMULSIFIERS - mene and diglycerides of higher fatty acids
2. DISODIUM EDT
to solubilize trace minerals
3. ETHYL CELLULOSE
Cellulose ether containing ethoxy groups attached
by an ether linkage and containing on an anhydrous basis
not more than 2.60 ethoxy groups per anhydroglucose unit.
calcium, magnesium or sodium salts of the extract of
spont sulphite liquor derived from the sulphite digestion of wood
anti caking agent, blending cgent, pelleting aid.