Magnesium sulfate monohydrate has its own unique advantages in the use as a feed additive. It can be made into a feed additive through a series of chemical reactions and formulation steps. The step method is very important in the production process, which is related to the finished product. The quality is good or bad, here are the steps to make feed additives.
1. Prepare a strain fermentation medium, inoculate Bacillus natto into the above-mentioned strain fermentation medium, and culture to obtain a seed liquid.
2. Wash and sterilize the buckwheat husk, add molasses, calcium carbonate, magnesium sulfate monohydrate and calcium chloride as the fermentation bottom material, inoculate the seed liquid obtained in one step into the above fermentation bottom material, and place it in the fermentation tank , For solid fermentation.
3. The fermentation product obtained in the second step is dried, crushed and sieved to obtain a feed additive with anti-oxidation function. Through solid fermentation of tartary buckwheat husks by Bacillus natto, the anti-nutritional factors in buckwheat husks are degraded, and rutin and SOD are improved And soluble dietary fiber content, and produce a certain amount of organic acids and impart special flavors, can improve the oxidation resistance of the feed, and strengthen the pig's resistance and meat quality.
The above are the steps for making feed additives with magnesium sulfate monohydrate. It can be seen that the production is relatively simple and easy. As long as you master the correct operation method, you can make it well. In the future operation process, everyone If you don't understand, you can refer to the content introduced in this article.