Let's learn about protein to help livestock and aquaculture more successfully.
What is protein?
Protein, also known as protein, is the basic substance necessary for the survival of all cells.
Structure: Proteins are biological molecules or macromolecules, containing one or more chains of amino acids, linked together by peptide bonds. Proteins differ mainly because of their different amino acid sequences, which are determined by the nucleotides of the gene.
Each type of protein, once created, only lasts for a certain period of time, some only last a few minutes, some can last for years. They are then degraded and regenerated by the cellular machinery through protein turnover.
The role of protein
Protein helps to build and renew the body: creates new cells that make growing body, replacing old cells that are destroyed in the living activities of livestock.
Proteins (proteins) make up cell structure, including muscle, hair and nails, spurs but also mucus, metabolic function, immune response, cell replication and the list goes on continue – all of which are vital for growth, health and safety.
Therefore, it is important to understand that “protein” covers a wide range of body control systems essential for survival.
20 amino acids (amino acids)
Protein in all its different forms is made up of just 20 individual amino acids:
There are nine amino acids (Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophan and Valine) that are called "essential", meaning they can only be supplied to animals by an external source, ie food. The remaining 11 amino acids (Alanine, Arginine, Asparagine, Aspartic Acid, Cysteine, Glutamic Acid, Glutamine, Glycine, Proline, Serine and Tyrosine) which are not essential can be synthesized in the body but are no less important for the body. biological functions of animals.
These amino acids come together like building blocks in various combinations and ratios to form specific proteins. The 'Keratin' family of proteins, for example, is a Structural protein important for skin, hair, horns, scales, etc. and consists of 18 amino acids, but in hairs the main amino acid is Cysteine, which makes up about 14% keratin. can only be provided through food. Another example is the "Mucin" family of proteins, which is a major component in the mucus that protects the epithelial lining of the intestines, respiratory tract and other areas and where half of the amino acid structure is Serine and/or Threonine.
Therefore, it can be seen that 'Protein' is a collective name for a wide range of substances in the body, but each is formed from a combination of amino acids.
Protein digestion produces amino acids.
Absorption of amino acids is dependent on the balance between amino acids.
Eg: In the presence of amino acid A, amino acid B can be absorbed.
Protein source for pet food
Since 9 of the 20 amino acids are essential, they need to be provided in the feed for the animals to grow optimally and stay healthy.
Protein in animal feed is usually provided by Soy, but raw soybeans have anti-nutrient elements that can be harmful unless it is processed first. Other proteins should also be considered, depending on the age of digestive maturity of the animal.
Each of these protein sources has different levels of digestion, leading to subsequent consequences in terms of feed efficiency and livestock productivity.
According to a nutritionist, the protein in fish is the best source of protein to create performance in livestock.
Food supplement industry
In animal husbandry, most industrial feeds contain protein and lack amino acids, vitamins and minerals, and do not meet the requirements for growth rate, feathers, etc. Therefore, the supplement industry was born. .
- Is a super product containing hydrolyzed fish protein, which is a source of protein that creates achievements for livestock. This is a source of protein that has been digested and absorbed only.
- Adding 20 kinds of amino acids to help balance the protein composition to help enhance protein absorption, gain weight quickly, shorten farming time, help reduce feed consumption, and reduce toxic gas in the farming environment.
- Contains all necessary vitamins and minerals for pets and aquatic animals.
- In particular, the product contains useful probiotic strains to help control diarrhea, enteritis, and enhance food digestion.
- ICO-Super Accelerator, fattening not only helps increase livestock and aquaculture productivity, but also helps to increase the quality of meat, eggs, and milk because the livestock is provided with a balance and full of nutrients, the selling price will be higher. .
- With the "terrible" ingredients of ICO-Super Accelerator, fattening and "cheaper" prices of similar products, it has helped farmers in livestock and aquaculture to minimize costs and increase profits.
Instructions for using ICO-Super Fatal Accelerator
- Animals and aquatic animals need to be nourished with adequate and balanced food rations to have a healthy immune system, less disease, high productivity, and reduced costs. Therefore, the sooner the addition of ICO-Super Accelerator, fattening to the pet food, the more effective it will be.
- For poultry, chicken, duck, geese, quail: Add ICO-Super Accelerator, fattening from 1 day of age during rearing. Dosage: 1 ml/10-20 kg body weight/day.
- For Pigs, Buffaloes, Cows, Goats and Sheep: Supplement ICO-Super Accelerator, fattening from weaning animals and self-feeding. Dosage: 1 ml/20-30 kg body weight/day.
- For seafood Shrimp, Fish, Crab, Eel, Frog, Ba Ba...: Use mixed into feed for aquatic animals to eat daily throughout the farming process. Dosage: 1ml/0.5-1kg feed/day.
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Post author: Dova Hung