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PhygenIST™(4.75% Daidzein)- Red clover extracts dietary flavonoids to enhance the animal production performance

PhygenIST™ (4.75% Daidzein)

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  • Chemical composition

 

 

FormononetinDaidzein

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • (1). Significantly increases feed intake (especially in poultry) and remarkably improves animal production performance.

    (2). Promotes the release of endogenous growth hormone (GH) and increases the growth speed and the feed conversion ratio (FCR) through the growth axis of the neuroendocrine system.

    (3). Significantly increases egg production for layers and mammary development and milk production for sows.

    (4). Natural bioactive substances of dietary flavonoids (GRAS): Isoflavones such as formanonetin and Daidzein are members of dietary flavonoid phygenIST. Originated from edible plants and with their estrogen function, they are safe, pollution-free and needless of withdrawals.

    (5). With the revolutionary formulation technology, originally created by Insighter, on micronized particles (particle size <10μm), ideal mixing homogeneity and bioavailability of the active molecules are adequately ensured.

    (6). Universally the only premix that meets all of the following 4 significant features as of press time:
    a) It can be used for all farmed animals including aquaculture during any of their growth stage;
    b) It does not require withdrawals at all;
    c) It belongs to the family of dietary flavonoid phytoestrogens;
    d) It has been granted a Feed Additive Approval number by Ministry of Agriculture of the People's Republic of China.
  • Dose Recommend (Phytoestrogen feed additive)

 The feeding trial report of the dietary flavonoids phytoestrogen™ feed additives(20 years from domestic and international)


  • Table 1. Effects of red clover isoflavone on production performance and meat quality in broilers

    Effects of red clover isoflavone on production performance and meat quality in broilers,IANG Yi bao, YANG Yu rong, WANG Cheng zhang, CUI Guo wen,2011,Pratacultural science;Effect of Red Clover Isoflavone on Immune Organs,Igs and Anti-oxidation Activity of Broiler Chicks, JIANG Yi-bao, WANG Cheng-zhang, CUI Guo-wen, , 2010,Acta Agrestia Sinica ) Table 1(Phytoestrogen feed additive) Remark:Values with unlike letter (a,b) differ at P<0.05 DOE:one hundred and eighty AA broilers were randomly assigned to three groups, which were the fed with basic diet (control), the basic diet+red clover isoflavone (10 mg/kg) and the basic diet+red clover isoflavone (20 mg/kg), respectively. The trail is form 1 day old to 49 days old.
  • Table 2. Effects of Red Clover Isoflavones on the production performance of male broiler

    Effects of Total Isoflavones of Red Clover on Male Broiler Growth and Serum Testosterone Concentration. WANG Guo-jie,1994.ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH

    Table 2(Phytoestrogen feed additive) Remark:* indicate the difference from the contrasts group is P<0.05 DOE:Thirty 45days old male Redbro broilers randomly assigned to two groups. Contrasts fed with basic diet, The trail group fed the basic diet+ red clover isoflavone (4.38mg/kg).The trail is from 12 days old to 56 days old.
  • Table 3. Effect of supplementation with daidzein on the laying performance

  • Table 4. Effect of daidzein fed to pregnant sows on milk production

    Remark:* indicate the difference from the contrasts group is P<0.05, **indicate the difference from the contrasts group is P<0.01. DOE:Sixteen pregnant sows randomly assigned to two groups,. Contrasts group fed basic diet. The trail group sows fed daidzein at the dose of 0 or 0.005 mg/kg from 30 days before parturition to 7 days after birth.

    Soyhean isoflavone:Effects om performance,blood physiological and biochemical indices of piglet.Zhonggang Chen,2003.Journal of Henan University of Science and technology

    Table 5(Phytoestrogen feed additive)

    DOE:Seventy two DLY piglet which weight is about 7 kg randomly assigned to 4 groups. The contrasts group fed basic diet. The trail group fed the basic diet + Daidzein(10、20、30mg/kg).
  • Table 6. Effect of Daidzein on body weight gain and feed intake of Gaoyu Duck

    (Effect of Daidzein on Body Weight Gain and Serum Levels of Some Related Hormones and Pituitary GH mRNA Expression in Gaoyou Ducks, Ruxi,Zhao.,2002. Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology)

    Table 6(Phytoestrogen feed additive) Remark:** indicate the difference from the contrasts group is P<0.01. DOE:Randomly assigned Twenty four Gaoyu duck in good condition and with similar weight. to two groups.. The contrasts group fed basic diet, The trail group fed basic diet + Daidzein (3mg/kg).for 4 weeks.
  • Table 7. Effect of Daidzein on Related Lactational Performance of Dairy Cows

    (Effect of Daidzein on Related Lactational Performance of Dairy Cows. Heshui Zhu,2006. Acta Agriculturae Boreali-Sinica)

    Table 7(Phytoestrogen feed additive)

    Remark:*** indicate the difference from the contrasts group is P<0.01. DOE:The Holstein dairy cows in the 7th month of late lactation with similar milk production were sampled and self-control method was used. Daidzein was added to the concentrated feed at the dose of 10 mg/kg during the 12 days treatment stage.
  • Table 8. Effect of Dietary red clover on growth performance of common carp

    Dietary red clover (Trifolium pratense) on growth performance of common carp (Cyprinus carpio).

    Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances Turan F., 2007.

    Table 8(Phytoestrogen feed additive)

    Remark:Values with unlike letter (a, b, c, ab) differ at P<0.001 DOE:Common carp with similar weight 2.01±0.03g)randomly assigned to two groups, three repeated trail on each group. The contrasts group fed basic diet; Trail group fed basic diet + Red Clover powder(50、100、200mg/kg, about 9% isoflavones on the red clover powder. The examination was last for 12 weeks.
  • Table 9. Effect of dietary Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) on tilapia

    Turan F. Improvement of growth performance in tilapia (Orepochrimis aureus Linnaeus) by supplementation of red clover Trifolium pratense in diets. The Israeli Journal of Aquaculture – Bamidgeh, 2006. Table 9(Phytoestrogen feed additive) Remark:Values with unlike letter (a, b, c,) differ at P<0.001 DOE:Tilapia Fish with an average body weight of 0.31±0.02 g were(0.31±0.02g)randomly assigned to two groups. The contrasts group fed the basic diet. The trail group fed basic diet + red clover powder(50、100、200mg/kg, about 9% isoflavones on the red clover powder. The examination was last for 90 days.
  • Table 10. Effects of Daidzein on Growth in Oreochromis aureus

    (Effects of Daidzein on Growth,Hormone and Physio-biochemical Parameters Levels in Oreochromis aureus, Zugong Yu,2006. chinajournal) Table 10(Phytoestrogen feed additive) Remark:Values with unlike letter (a, b, c, e,) differ at P<0.05 DOE:Oreochromis aureus with an average body weightrondamly assigned to two groups. Two repeated trail on each group.The contrasts group fed basic diet. The examination group fed basic diet + Daidzein (3mg/kg) for 32 days.