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Novus ALIMET® poultry feed supplement

ALIMET® is very cost effective and provides many additional benefits beyond methionine:

  • HMTBa has 100% equivalency to DL-methionine.
  • Optimized performance during stress and high growth demands.
  • Liquid form means better blending and handling charactertisitcs.
  • Benefits of acidification.

Product Description

ALIMET® feed supplement is an 88% active source of methionine activity in livestock and companion animals. In addition to proven performance, ALIMET has benefits beyond methionine.

Feeding Instructions

Feed continuously as a component of a complete ration

  • Broilers: 0.20-0.35% of complete feed
  • Layers: 0.10-0.20% of complete feed
  • Turkeys: 0.20-0.35% of complete feed
  • Ducks: 0.20-0.35% of complete feed

Nutrient Values

  • Methionine activity: 88%
  • Effective crude protein value: 51.7%
  • Apparent metabolizable energy: 4,205 kcal/kg in poultry

Product Characteristics

  • Appearance: Light-brown to brown liquid
  • Odor: Sulfur
  • Bulk Density: 1.22 g/cm3 at 25°C; 1.24 g/cm3 at 0°C
  • Packaging: 250 kg drum, 1,150 kg IBC, and bulk
  • Shelf Life: 5 years when stored as directed

Storage Instructions

Store under sanitary conditions. Do not store container near combustible materials or ignition sources. Keep container closed when not in use. Keep from freezing.

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