Manganese In Feed

Manganese was first found as a critical trace mineral in the 1930’s when it was discovered that a manganese deficiency in chicks caused a debilitating lameness and leg disorder called perosis. Manganese has been found to be part of the biochemical  processes and enzymes, throughout the body and can affect carbohydrates, fat and protein use. Manganese is also required for cartilage and bone formation. In pregnant cows, a manganese deficiency can cause dwarfism in the developing fetus and resulting calf.

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Manganese SulfateORGANIC
– 32% Manganese (Mn)
– Monohydrate
– Particle Forms: Powder, Miniprill
– Packaging Sizes: 25 kg, 1000 kg

Manganous Oxide
– 60% Manganese (Mn)
– Particle Form: Powder
– Packaging Sizes: 50 lb, 2000 lb