Holding serum

Is it steroids?
No. it is pointing drops.
What is ATP
Adenosine Triphosphate
How does ATP work?
No. it is pointing drops.
Are oral drops better than injectables?
No. it is pointing drops.
What is UTP?
Uridine Triphosphate
What is ATP and UTP? Why is it good for my chickens?
They are the energy currency of life. Meaning, it is a good source of energy
Is it a hormone? Steroid?
No.
If not, are steroids better?
No, steroids tend to have an effect manifesting an aggressive behavior. This is not good. We would rather want a calm yet alert behavior by fight day.

PowerCarb

Will it be better to cause feeding abruptly?
Case to case basis but it is recommended 3 days before the fight by 35 to 40 grams twice a day and 10 to 15 grams plus HBWE on pointing time (as recommendation).
Why only 4 grains?
Top of the line for carbo sources purpose..
Why is it better than regular corn?
Case to case basis but it is recommended 3 days before the fight by 35 to 40 grams twice a day and 10 to 15 grams plus HBWE on pointing time (as recommendation).
Is it better than sugar? Why?
High Temperature Short Time / Micronization is a process of reducing the actual average of a solid particles.
It’s just Cracked or Common grains or Corn. Why is it better?
High Temperature Short Time / Micronization is a process of reducing the actual average of a solid particles.
Why is it expensive?
POWERCARB - is not expensive. Compared to commonly used grains, POWERCARB is fortified with L-CARNITINE, MAGNESIUM SULFATE, CHOLINE CHLORIDE AND OTHER NUTRIENTS which cannot be found in other grains. This explains why our clients get wat their money’s worth.
I can cook this (POWERCARB), WHY SHOULD I BUY FROM YOU?
POWERCARB - is not expensive. Compared to commonly used grains, POWERCARB is fortified with L-CARNITINE, MAGNESIUM SULFATE, CHOLINE CHLORIDE AND OTHER NUTRIENTS which cannot be found in other grains. This explains why our clients get wat their money’s worth.
WHY ARE THERE ONLY FOUR GRAINS?
POWERCARB has only four grains to limit the presence of anti-nutritional factors. Also, the premium selected types of grains used possess the highest amount of energy, this is one of the reason why we only use 4 types of grains.

Vitality

What is pepsin digestibility? Why is it important?
Pepsin digestibility determines the absorbable and usable proteins. It is important to know the digestibility of a product to determine the quality of proteins used. Better the proteins mean better source of amino-acids. To give you an example, feather meal has high amounts of proteins but it is not a good source of protein since it only has about 15 to 40% digestibility. this also means there is a poor source of essential amino acids in the protein source (feather meal). This also means that not all high amounts of proteins equate to good quality proteins.
What is DFM or Direct Fed Microbials
PROBIOTICS
Why are chelated minerals better that inorganic/synthetic minerals?
Simple, inorganic minerals is digestibly to about only 40% while chelated minerals have 90% absorbability.
Will it mix with the feeds given that it is just 5grams/kg?
Yes, just dampen the feed for the product to adhere.
Its only just 5 grams, will it still have an effect?
Yes, even at 1 gram per kilo it will be effective give it be used at 3 days per week only.

PrimeUp

What is DMG?
What is DMG?
What is Ergogenic?
What is DMG?
Why is Emulsified B COMPLEX better?
What is DMG?
What is CLA?
Conjugated Linoleic Acid

HF Barley

How is it different from regular barely?
Cooked and fortified with enzymes to greatly lessen B-Glucans present in Barley
What is an Anti Nutritional factor?
It is a activity that prevents or reduces the nutrition need by the body.
What are Beta-Glucans?
Beta Glucans creates gels covering the intestines creating a more difficult environment to absorb nutrient.
What is Anti-Nutritional Factor (Anti-nutrient)?
Beta Glucans creates gels covering the intestines creating a more difficult environment to absorb nutrient.

Delta TPS

The scent is light, is it effective?
scent is not a parameter on how effective a product is. Determining factors regarding efficacy of the product is based on the actual results.
How do you prove that it is effective?
see common misconceptions and points to ponder
FIPRONIL is not used for broilers and layers, why do you recommend it?
Yes, Fipronil is not commonly used I broiler and layer farms but we need to ask our self why ornamental birds can use them like parakeets. Given the smaller frame, parakeets can handle Fipronil. The reason behind this is that Fipronil is prohibited if used to animals that are for HUMAN CONSUMPTION. Gamfowls, Racing Pigeons and parakeets are not categorized for human consumption.
What is Anti-Nutritional Factor (Anti-nutrient)?
Beta Glucans creates gels covering the intestines creating a more difficult environment to absorb nutrient.

ProCon

Why are there only 8 types of grains in PROCON?
we only use 8 types of grains as we select only THE MOST IMPORTANT GRAINS that can be used for the program. other types of grains are deemed inferior to be used. It is also important to understand that the more grains incorporated in the condition grains, the more presence of anti-nutritional factors.
Why is it expensive?
1. PROCON is not just cleaned and polished like other conditioning grains, it is thermally processed to improve grains.
2. PROCON contains 2900kcal, what is mostly sold is just around 2200kcal to 2400kcal.
3. PROCON is fortified and packed with additional nutrients.
4. It is individually packed and vacuum sealed to maintain freshness.
Why do you recommend 3:1 ratio with ACCELR8?
It is a must to consider the physiological trait of the animal in all things we provide them. Given that they are chickens, gamefowl naturally feeds on grains. This trait of theirs is the reason why we recommend to use more grains over pellets as chickens must digest and utilize the ration in a normal natural way and should not be fast. This is because chickens digest faster when fed with pellets since pellets are mechanically micronized (GROUND). This means the faster the feed passes through the gut to be digested the lesser chance of utilizing the nutrition because the feed to be absorbed properly. The natural way of digesting (of chickens) is one of the keys to utilizing and having nutrients be absorbed the right and proper way. FAST MEANS LESS AND PROPER MEANS MORE

Acceler8

It has high amount of CP, will it harm my rooters?
No, ACCELR8 is designed to be used on a minimal basis. Recommended use is 10grams of ACCELR8 to be mixed with PROCON (1:3 ratio)
Why is it expensive?
1. PROCON is not just cleaned and polished like other conditioning grains, it is thermally processed to improve grains.
2. PROCON contains 2900kcal, what is mostly sold is just around 2200kcal to 2400kcal.
3. PROCON is fortified and packed with additional nutrients.
4. It is individually packed and vacuum sealed to maintain freshness.
Why do you recommend 3:1 ratio with ACCELR8?
It is a must to consider the physiological trait of the animal in all things we provide them. Given that they are chickens, gamefowl naturally feeds on grains. This trait of theirs is the reason why we recommend to use more grains over pellets as chickens must digest and utilize the ration in a normal natural way and should not be fast. This is because chickens digest faster when fed with pellets since pellets are mechanically micronized (GROUND). This means the faster the feed passes through the gut to be digested the lesser chance of utilizing the nutrition because the feed to be absorbed properly. The natural way of digesting (of chickens) is one of the keys to utilizing and having nutrients be absorbed the right and proper way. FAST MEANS LESS AND PROPER MEANS MORE
Why are there only 8 types of grains in PROCON?
we only use 8 types of grains as we select only THE MOST IMPORTANT GRAINS that can be used for the program. other types of grains are deemed inferior to be used. It is also important to understand that the more grains incorporated in the condition grains, the more presence of anti-nutritional factors.

Nutrition

What are the Best Sources of Energy?
Probiotics, are they helpful?
What is an Anti Nutritional Factor?
Why are Carbohydrates important?
Benefits of Properly cooked Grains
Ideal amount of feeds per day
Enzymes and its effects
Fibers and kinds of dietary fibers
L-Carnitine and its wonders
Bio surfactant
Protein digestibility
Pepsin digestibility
Kcal vs ME
Synthetic vs organic (Chelated) minerals
Liquid probiotics vs powder probiotics

BRI Technology

HTST
Micronization
Enzymes
DFM
ATP (adenosine triphosphate)
UTP (uridine triphosphate)
DMG (Dimethylglycine)

Supplements

Vitamins (during conditioning) and why it should be given daily.
Injectable against oral administration.
What happens to excess vitamins?
Emulsified B-COMPLEX, why is it better?

Conditioning

Carbo-loading and it's importance
Importance of amino acids over protein
Body moisture
Protein loading
Protein over Carbs
Protein over Amino Acids
Dry feeding and its Advantages
Joint health
Transition feeds and Transition feeding

Myth Busters

Higher protein means better feeds...
More kinds of grains, the better the nutrition grain mixture...
Milk in conditioning
Human grade supplements for gamefowl
Fast digestibility of grains during pointing over oral
Injectables are better than oral supplements
Sugar to replace Carbohydrates?
All probiotics are the same
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