KemTRACE™ Chromium: A Feed Ingredient Designed for Improved Animal Performance and Production
KemTRACE™ Chromium is a safe and highly bioavailable, organic source of chromium for inclusion into swine, poultry and cattle diets.
As a feed ingredient, the primary role of chromium in nutrient metabolism is to potentiate the action of insulin and improve glucose utilization in animals. KemTRACE™ Chromium is essential in helping swine, beef, dairy cattle and broilers optimize energy use.
How Does KemTRACE™ Chromium Work?
From university research to on-the-farm results, studies have shown KemTRACE™ Chromium plays an important role in:
- Glucose uptake
- Cellular energy
Improved glucose uptake gives the animal more energy to support maintenance, reproduction, growth, performance and overall immune health—all leading to improved profitability for you.
Higher Bioavailability with KemTRACE™ Chromium
KemTRACE™ Chromium has higher bioavailability than other chromium sources. Higher bioavailability ensures more of the nutrient is available in a form the animal can use for optimal nutritional benefits.
Key Benefits of KemTRACE™ Chromium
- Increases glucose uptake
- Provides more efficient energy utilization
- Helps maintain optimal nutritional status
- Acts as a highly bioavailable source of organic chromium
- Dissociates from the mineral at the most crucial locations for maximum nutritional value
- Provides a consistent response due to its effective mode of action at the molecular level
- Incorporates easily into premixes and other feed ingredients
KemTRACE™ Chromium has been fed to millions of cattle and swine in the U.S. and around the world since its introduction in 2000. It is currently registered in more than 30 countries.
KemTRACE is available in a 0.4% product concentration, which can be used in a premix prior to inclusion to complete diets or a 0.04% concentration for use in complete diets.
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