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Torbeed Liquid FAQ

Torbeed Liquid FAQ Torbeed Liquid is a mycotoxin binder designed to bind with mycotoxins before they can be absorbed through an animal’s digestive system.  Please review the list of Frequently Asked Questions below. If you have further questions please feel free to contact our Sales Team. Ask Our Sales Team a Question Return to the Torbeed Product Page Technical Questions What are mycotoxins? Mycotoxins are created as by-products (metabolites) of mould and fungal growth. These are sometimes referred to as “toxic mould”. These metabolites can cause a toxic response known as mycotoxicosis. There is a broad range of symptoms and …

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Snailblitz FAQ

Snailblitz FAQ Snailblitz is a water dispersible granule molluscicide for the control of aquatic snails in rice crops. Please review the list of Frequently Asked Questions below. If you have further questions please feel free to contact our Sales Team. Ask Our Sales Team a Question Return to Snailblitz Product Page Technical Questions What is in Snailblitz? Snailblitz is a dry, flowable powder that contains 250 grams of copper per kilogram of copper sulphate. RCI uses a source of copper sulphate, especially produced to filter impurities, such as dioxin, PCBs and heavy metals. How do aquatic snails damage rice crops? …

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Ratblitz FAQ

Ratblitz FAQ Ratblitz is an effective rodenticide developed and owned by RCI. Please review the list of Frequently Asked Questions below. If you have further questions please feel free to contact our Sales Team. Ask Our Sales Team a Question Return to Ratblitz Product Page Technical Questions How does Ratblitz work? Ratblitz contains 0.025% w/w Warfarin. This active compound works by preventing the blood from coagulating whilst simultaneously damaging the walls of the rats’ blood vessels. Eating Ratblitz causes the blood to escape into body cavities and muscles or flow out of the body. Ratblitz does not kill instantly, which …

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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. Ask Our Sales Team a Question Return to the Anigane Product Page Technical Questions What does Anigane do? 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 …

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Selectolyte FAQ

Selectolyte FAQ Selectolyte is a balanced source of essential body salts in a special form to counteract the effects of dehydration in all livestock. Please review the list of Frequently Asked Questions below. If you have further questions please feel free to contact our Sales Team. Ask Our Sales Team a Question Return to Selectolyte Product Page Technical Questions What is Selectolyte and how does it work? Selectolyte is a highly soluble alkaline free-flowing electrolyte powder containing high levels of the key dietary electrolytes Sodium (Na+) Potassium (K+), and Bicarbonate (HCO3-). Selectolyte replaces Sodium, Potassium and Bicarbonate in body fluids …

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Coptrol FAQ

Coptrol FAQ Coptrol can be used in a wide range of aquatic situations, including agriculture, potable water supplies, ornamental water storages and various mining, commercial and industrial environments. Please review the list of Frequently Asked Questions below. If you have further questions please feel free to contact our Sales Team. Ask Our Sales Team a Question Return to Coptrol Product Page Technical Questions How does Coptrol work? Coptrol is a water-soluble chelated copper compound using proprietary organic chelating agents to target various types of algae with copper. Algae seeks out Coptrol for its nutrient value and absorbs it through the cell wall. Coptrol …

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