VGRID BIOCHAR ANIMAL FEED & BEDDING APPLICATIONS
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Biochar Animal Livestock Feed Applications
Biochar is used in the livestock/animal industry primarily for binding toxins in animal feed and in animal bedding.
VGRID Biochar Animal Feed Supplement can: (Click to get a free sample)
- Provide improvement in binding toxins in the feed of animals
- Improve animal wellbeing and performance
- Increase feed efficiency
VGRID’s Animal Bedding Supplement helps: (Click here to learn more about biochar bedding)
- Up to 60% reduction in ammonia emmissions to reduce greenhouse gases and odors
- Up to 5x improvement in moisture management so bedding always appears dry and spongy
- 2x longer use of bedding
- Provides end of life value by enriching and improving compost
Potential New Applications
- Transition Cows: Biochar provided in a rough powder form has the potential to be mixed with animal feed. This use of biochar for livestock transitioning from between pens or other has been shown in Europe to aid digestion thus making this transition from forage to grains easier.
- Cows and other Livestock: The use of biochar as a daily regime has been shown in Europe to reduce methane output especially in ruminant animals while potentially improving feed efficiency. Rough biochar can be used in this application either top dressed for the animals or provided by your feed supplier in various mixes.
- Poultry Bedding: Europe has long seen the use of biochar in this application. By “littering” the bedding of poultry with rough biochar, the ammonia of the poultry is adsorbed reducing the need for heavy exhausting of the pens. Additionally, poultry eat the biochar because of its color and make weight gain easier as digestion is improved. A win-win solution. Please request a consult or papers on this topic!