With the onset of winter, the animal's need for vitamins, minerals, and amino acids increases, as a result of the change in the feeding system on the one hand, and the lack of dietary diversity and sources of these elements with the receding of pastures.
In addition, with the decrease in temperatures and the advent of weather changes, the need for vitamins and energy increases, which requires studying the provided feed well and supplementing it with feed additives (minerals and vitamins).
The addition of vitamins to the feed mix contributes to:
Raising animal immunity
Increase appetite for feed
Increased rates of weight gain
Compensation for all forms of nutritional deficiencies that may lead to the emergence of various diseases, especially respiratory diseases, during the winter season
For pregnant animals: obtaining healthy, disease-free, and strong-bodied babies