Macrominerals as Feed Minerals in Fish:Patent Overview (Last 5 years)
There are seven macro-minerals (calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sulfur, potassium, sodium and chloride) required in relatively large amounts for proper animal nutrition. Macro minerals interact with each other and must be supplied in proper quantities and ratios to maintain animal function.
Use of nitrooxy organic molecules in feed for reducing methane emission in animals, and/or to improve animal performance. This is titled for one of the patents that was published in 2014 in which it is mentioned as “An animal feed additive comprising (a) at least one active compound (b) at least one fat-soluble vitamin, (c) at least one water-soluble vitamin, (d) at least one trace mineral, and/or (e) at least one macro mineral”. There are few other patents recently published in which macro-mineral is a part of various other animal feed. To know more it is worth going through the patent overview.
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