NAT ACT D3 is a remarkable herbal product that naturally contains 1,25-dihydroxycholecalciferol or the biologically active form of Vitamin D.
Improves the uptake of Calcium & Phosphorus in the feed
Boosts the action of Cholecalciferol
NAT ACT D3 delivers the bioactive form of Vitamin D known as 1,25-dihydroxycholecalciferol in a controlled amount at the site of nutrient absorption in the intestinal tract.
Supplementation of NAT ACT D3 improves the uptake of Calcium & Phosphorus in the feed. This leads to improvement in bone mineralization & Egg Shell strength.
Young birds, stressed birds & diseased birds are not metabolically equipped to convert cholecalciferol present in the feed into 1,25-dihydroxycholecalciferol which requires hepatic & renal hydroxylation. Such birds are associated with disorders of Vitamin D metabolism like increased rate of cracked eggs, soft shell and thin shell eggs, locomotive problems, fatigue in caged layers etc.
Supplementing the birds with NAT ACT D3 boosts the action of Cholecalciferol and supports its function in maintaining bone health and egg shell quality, thus addressing the concerns associated with disorders of Vitamin D metabolism as highlighted above.
High processing & storage stability
Safe for environment
Reduces locomotive issues in young broilers
Ensures adequate reserve of calcium in bones at the beginning of production cycle in commercial layers
Ensures adequate bone mineralization in birds
Reduces the number of cracked eggs, soft shell eggs & thin shell eggs
Improves productive life of layers & breeders as it prevents osteoporosis
Breeders & Layers - 100-200 grams/ton of feed
Broilers in Prestarter - 100 grams/ton of feed
Broilers in Starter & Finisher - 50 grams/ton of feed
NAT ACT D3 should be used on top of recommended Vitamin D3 requirements
Store in a cool, dry place tightly sealed protected from light, moisture & heat
Keep Out of reach of Children
For veterinary use only
Do not use in undiluted form
Not for human use
Not for medicinal use
Close bag securely after use