Phibro Animal Health Corporation

9 products found

Products

  • Poultry- Mineral Nutrition

  • Amino Acids

    Amino Acids

    Animal diets need to be formulated with superior genetics in mind. Today’s food animals are faster growing, leaner and higher yielding. Their diets are based on amino acid requirements, not crude protein.  By using amino acid formulations, producers can reduce crude protein to lower the diet cost. We offer a variety of high-quality amino acids, such as lysine, threonine, methionine, and glycine, to meet the nutritional needs of animal...

  • Colorants

    Colorants

    A signature group of products for the past 150 years, iron oxide-based colorants remain an important part of our business.    Today, we make more use of synthetically produced iron oxides versus those occurring naturally.  This is because synthetic iron oxides have 10 to 15 times the pigment strength and thus will free up more space in the nutrition formulation.     An added benefit of pigmented feed is the ability to...

  • Swine- Mineral Nutrition

  • Amino Acids

    Amino Acids

    Animal diets need to be formulated with superior genetics in mind.  Today’s food animals are faster growing, leaner and higher yielding.  Their diets are based on amino acid requirements, not crude protein.  By using amino acid formulations, producers can reduce crude protein to lower the diet cost.  We offer a variety of high quality amino acids, such as lysine, threonine, methionine, and glycine, to meet the nutritional needs...

  • Dairy Cattle- Mineral Nutrition

  • Amino Acids

    Amino Acids

    Animal diets need to be formulated with superior genetics in mind.  Today’s food animals are faster growing, leaner and higher yielding.  Their diets are based on amino acid requirements, not crude protein.  By using amino acid formulations, producers can reduce crude protein to lower the diet cost.  We offer a variety of high quality amino acids, such as lysine, threonine, methionine, and glycine, to meet the nutritional...

  • Colorants

    Colorants

    A signature group of products for the past 150 years, iron oxide-based colorants remain an important part of our business.Today, we make more use of synthetically produced iron oxides versus those occurring naturally.  This is because synthetic iron oxides have 10 to 15 times the pigment strength and thus will free up more space in the nutrition formulation. An added benefit of pigmented feed is the ability to color-code mixtures based on...

  • Electrolytes

    Electrolytes

    Electrolytes are vital to an animal’s well-being. A balanced diet that include electrolytes (cation/anion exchange) fills an ever-important nutritional gap. Through our extensive procurement options, we are able to offer high quality water-soluble sources of sodium, potassium, and magnesium in chloride form.    

  • Minerals

    Minerals

    Sourcing high-quality minerals from world-class partners and understanding how premium quality minerals are processed have enabled us to provide custom products for specialty applications for decades. We offer chemical salts of manganese, copper, zinc, cobalt, iodine, iron, selenium, magnesium, sulfur, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, sodium, chlorine and others.  We handle several forms of both inorganic and organic salts of these minerals. In...

  • Beef Cattle- Mineral Nutrition

  • Amino Acids

    Amino Acids

    Animal diets need to be formulated with superior genetics in mind.  Today’s food animals are faster growing, leaner and higher yielding.  Their diets are based on amino acid requirements, not crude protein.  By using amino acid formulations, producers can reduce crude protein to lower the diet cost. We offer a variety of high quality amino acids, such as lysine, threonine, methionine, and glycine, to meet the nutritional needs of...

  • Colorants

    Colorants

    A signature group of products for the past 150 years, iron oxide-based colorants remain an important part of our business. Today, we make more use of synthetically produced iron oxides versus those occurring naturally.  This is because synthetic iron oxides have 10 to 15 times the pigment strength and thus will free up more space in the nutrition formulation. An added benefit of pigmented feed is the ability to color-code mixtures based on...