Roles of Vit. E:
Vitamin E is required for growth and reproduction, contributes to disease resistance. Furthermore it enhances the nutritional value of meat and eggs.
Heat stress :
Vitamin E requirements may increase under conditions of heat stress. In layers, which are subjected to high ambient temperature,the basic vitamin E requirement is higher.
immune response :
Immune system functions better with supplementation of Vit E. It ts observed with added Vit E supplementation, disease like colibacillosis, cooccidiosis can be controlled faster. Better titre is achieved for New castle disease and Bronchitis virus.
Vit E has important role for normal reproductive functions. In breeders Vit E which is supplied through diet goes to liver and moves to oocytes. It has been observed that dietary Vit E is transported to Chicken embryo via yolk in case of breeder. Optimum Vit E prevents detrimental effect of spermatozoa, resulting in its improved hatchability.
Semen quality :
In the researcher's review it was concluded that Se dietary supplementation is an essential part of maintaining high semen quality.
Since se is more efficiently transferred to the reproductive organs and semen it has additional benefit on male reproduction especially in various stress conditions.
Antioxidant system :
In addition, Se status of the eggs from breeding birds is of great importance for the maintenance of the antioxidant system of the developing embryo. It is generally accepted that the hatching process is an oxidative stress and improvement in antioxidant defenses of the embryo can increase hatchability.
Adequate feathering is important for broiler chickens as it helps to regulate body temperature and it protects skin and muscle to get damaged.
Roles of Biotin / Vit. H:
Biotin ts an essential coenzyme in carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism. It is involved in conversion of carbohydrate to protein and vice versa, as well as conversion of protein and carbohydrate to fat. Biotin also plays an important role in maintaining normal blood glucose levels from metabolism of protein and fat when the dietary intake of carbohydrate is low.
Fatty liver hemorrhagic syndrome:
It is disease in laying hens in which liver becomes enlarged and fatty deposition makes liver easily damaged and sometimes blood comes out from the organ, Biotin plays role in helping metabolism of fat and prevents fatty liver syndrome.
Roles if Zinc:
Zinc is an important trace mineral that is needed to stay healthy. It is needed for the body's defensive system to work properly. Zinc is an essential Component of many enzymes, and it has both structural and Catalytic Function in mettaloenzynes Zinc play an important role in cell division, cell growth,,wound healing and the break down of carbohydrates.
Important role in adaptive immunity
Each ml contains:
- Vitamin E : 100 mg
- Selenium : 0.5 mg
- Biotin : 50mg
- Zinc : 18 mg
ocimum sanctum extract
Standardized to the requirement
Per 100 Birds to be given
Orally in water for 5 to 7 days
0 to 2 week
3 to 5 week
6 week onwards
40 ml to 50 ml
80 ml to 100 ml