Anigane FAQ

Anigane FAQ

Anigane is suitable for use in pigs and poultry, including broilers, layers, turkeys and ducks. It is valuable for overcoming the effects of heat stress and other general stress.

Please review the list of Frequently Asked Questions below. If you have further questions please feel free to contact our Sales Team.

Technical Questions

Anigane enhances appetite and improves feed conversion. Birds stay alert and continue to eat, even at times when appetite and feed conversion normally drop. Encouraging more even feed consumption over the growing period, results in better feed conversion and produces heavier birds.

When using Anigane, birds have been found to settle more easily and are more active, alert and chirpy. They will be at the feed more often and will have better “bloom”. Many farms report lower mortalities and less need for medications.

No. Anigane does not replace soluble vitamin supplements for poultry, though it does contain some vitamin and trace mineral metabolites. The use of Anigane as a feed additive will not affect normal water medication with vitamins.

Yes. Anigane also improves feed conversion.

Anigane may be used in conjunction with all normal poultry medications, with the exception of Iodine derivatives (sometimes used as water sanitising agents). Water sterilisation with Iodophor-type products should be avoided if Anigane is being used.

If you are uncertain about compatibility, please contact our Sales Team.

Safety & Suitability Questions

Anigane is not toxic. Broilers have been dosed many times over the recommended dosage with no ill effects.

No. Broilers have been medicated many times over the recommended dosage with no ill effects. However, it has been demonstrated that results do not improve when the recommended level is exceeded.

No. Anigane feed supplements leaves no residue in processed birds.

Yes. Anigane can be used with coccodiostats, whether they are given in the feed or drinking water.

Visit our Anigane product page for more information.

Alternatively, download the product brochure or contact our sales team.

Application Questions

No. In fact, when the environmental temperature exceeds 25°C, the dose rate should be decreased to 1mL per 3L of drinking water.