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Technical | Fox eat fish saves money

, small sea fish can become the main feed of foxes. The amino acid content of the fish is similar to the protein of the blood, which can be used as the main animal feed of the fox (especially the Arctic fox), and the price is cheaper. However, it should be noted that such as fish head, fish row and fins, etc. must have little amino acid content, can be fed in a small amount, can only account for 10% -15% of animal feed proteins, and other full price feeds must be guaranteed supply. Otherwise, serious consequences will be produced. The proprietary premix for the same creation of Chinese farmers is significantly improved according to the physiological characteristics of fur animals, scientific design, modulated feed, digestible rate and utilization.

Fish is an important source of vitamins A, D, B12 and calcium, phosphorus feed, cobalt, iodine content is also quite rich, but iron, copper, manganese, and zinc content. The sea fish that do not go to the visceral can account for 30% of the total feed, and the general needs of vitamins A, D and B12 can be guaranteed. Pay attention to when feeding: Because the sputum (Ming Taishi) green carp contains trimethylamine oxide, the iron can not be digested, and the Arctic fox feeds this squid. The amount cannot be too large and cannot exceed 40% of the animal protein. When you feed the fed, you should add glucose ferrous to supplement the shortcomings of iron. Otherwise, anemia, the loss of appetite, indigestion, the growth of the child, the sexy of the male fox is reduced or has no sexual desire; the empty fox is increased. In addition, some sea fish such as label fish, sardines, distant sardines, silver spikes, matures, etc., as well as some freshwater fish, squid, squid, sack, squid, etc., can be destroyed Vitamin B1. When using it, the fish should be cooked and last for a few minutes, and the thiosamine enzyme is inactive.

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