Animal Feed Additives



Biosecurity in agriculture is a term used to describe a range of measures put in place to limit pathogen spread between livestock on individual holdings, as well as across the country. It is often recognized for the key role it plays in reducing the transmission of diseases between commercial animals. A variety of factors, such as contaminated surfaces or materials, water, insects etc, can be used as carriers of the pathogens. Biosecurity measures are commonly divided into three main areas: selection of stock for introduction, disinfection and cleansing (sanitation) and external sources.

Despite the importance of biosecurity in animal health and welfare, recommendations are rarely formalized as legal requirements, excepting periods of notifiable diseases outbreaks, such as Avian flu or African Swine Fever (ASF). Over the last decades, outbreaks of such diseases have been reported worldwide, which, by increasing mortality rates, has reduced animal performance and, hence, profits. Thus, the disinfection of farm equipment and materials on a frequent basis is considered a necessity. To ensure a healthy and safe environment and, thereby, reduce the risk of the pathogen’s transmission, an active biological safety program is required, part of which is the final sterilization of the farms.



Universal active disinfectant for safe and highly effective protection against causative agents of dangerous infectious diseases.

Disinfectant with a broad spectrum of virucidal, bactericidal and fungicidal action.

Water-soluble powder, allowing easy disinfection of all surfaces, objects, equipment, air and drinking water systems for animals.

Suitable for disinfection:

  • Of all types of animal farms and other animal housing facilities.
  • Of veterinary practices, clinics and laboratories.
  • In food processing industry.
  • Of vehicles and equipment.

Safe for the environment, people and animals.

When used as recommended it is not corrosive and can be used on different materials.

Effective at low temperatures, in hard water and in organic soiling.

In compliance with the HACCP system.