Our Injectable Multivitamin is a formulation of multivitamins fortified with essential vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and trace elements.
- Highly recommended for use in poultry of all ages during periods of stress such as heat, vaccination, transport, debeaking, etc.
- The offered product has a rich composition of antioxidants and electrolytes.
- Excellent product for the management of heat stress during the dry season and other conditions causing heat stress.
- Boosts immune system and stimulates/ increases feed, water, consumption in birds.
- Very affordable and cost-effective.
Features of Centre Injectable Multivitamin
- Essential nutritional supplement for chicks from day-old till the fourteenth day of life. It can also be fed to chicks till they are 4 weeks of age.
- Ensures faster growth
- Aids recovery from stress
- An anti-stress after periods such as transportation and vaccination
- An egg booster for laying birds
- Use disinfectant-free water
- For veterinary use only
Centre Injectable Multivitamin: How to store
- Store in a dry, dark place (max. 30oC).
- Store in closed packing, away from air.
- Keep away from children.
Importance of vitamins in poultry production
Vitamins are a group of organic compounds that poultry only require in small quantities, but they are essential for normal body functions, growth, and reproduction. A deficiency of one or more vitamins can lead to a number of diseases or syndromes.
- Vitamin C supplementation is useful when birds are under stress.
- Vitamin A is required for normal growth, reproduction, and maintenance of epithelial cells in good condition (skin and the linings of the digestive, reproductive, and respiratory tracts).
- The deficiency of vitamin A causes nutritional roup, characterized by conjunctivitis, oculo-nasal discharge, and eyelids stuck together with thick exudates.
- Vitamin D3 is required for proper absorption and utilization of calcium and phosphorous, which are required for normal growth, bone development, and eggshell formation.
- The deficiency of vitamin D3 leads to rickets. Birds produce thin-shelled eggs with reduced hatchability, show leg weakness, and penguin-like sitting posture. The beak, claws, and ribs become very pliable.
- Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant and is important for normal neurological functions. Deficiency leads to encephalomalacia/crazy chick disease, exudative diathesis in young birds, muscular dystrophy seen more frequently in older and mature birds.
- Vitamin K is essential for the synthesis of prothrombin, thus it plays an important role in clotting mechanisms and also has a protective effect against coccidiosis.
- Deficiency of vitamin K may cause an increase of blood spots in eggs, hemorrhages in the legs and breast, and failure of blood clotting.
- The B vitamins include vitamin thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, pyridoxine, biotin, folic acid, and cyanocobalamin. The B vitamins are involved in many metabolic functions, including energy metabolism. A vitamin premix is typically used to compensate for the fluctuating levels of vitamins found naturally in food and to assure adequate levels of all vitamins.