We handle amino acids necessary for livestock feeds. L-lysine, DL-methionine, L-threonine are essential amino acids that are unable to be in vivo synthesized, and the content of those acids in feeds is small to tend to be lacking. Supply of those materials allows a user to expect improvement of the synthetic efficiency of protein.
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We handle some vitamins necessary for livestock feeds. Those vitamins are vitamin AD3 and vitamin E. Vitamin AD3 is a mixture of one million IU/g of vitamin A and 200,000 IU/g of vitamin D3. We also handle vitamin E at a concentration of 50%.
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|Vitamin E 50%||For feeds|