Vitamin D3 is converted to produce 25-hydroxy calcifediol, which has a biological potency approximately three to five times higher than vitamin D3. 25-Hydroxy calcifediol does not need to be metabolized by the liver and is highly bioactive.
We can use 25-hydroxy calcifediol not only in the areas of medicine, health products, feed and so on. Today we talk about 25-Hydroxy calcifediol in the feed field. What are the benefits of adding 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 in moderation to feed?
25-Hydroxy calcifediol plays a number of positive roles in feed, including helping to improve feed conversion efficiency, promote bone growth in livestock and poultry, reduce chick mortality and eggshell breakage, improve quality and succulent eggshells, reduce morbidity and improve breeding performance.
25-Hydroxy calcifediol plays an important role in improving the overall quality of livestock and poultry and reducing the incidence of disease. As a result, it can be used extensively in livestock and poultry feed.