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Active Ingredients per Bottle

Vitamin A (Retinol Palmitate) 600 000 IU
Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 120 000 IU
Methionine 1200 mg
Vitamin B5 (D-Panthenol) 3600 mg
Vitamin E (Dalpha Tocopherol Acetate) 900 mg


Vitamin B1  (Thiamine HCl) 840 mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavine Sodium Phosphate) 960 mg
L-Lysine 600 mg
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCl) 480 mg
L-Leucine 360 mg
Aspartic Acid 348 mg
L-Glutamic Acid 278.4 mg
Valine 264 mg
L-Alanine 234 mg
L-Histidine 216 mg
Phenylalanine 194.4 mg
Serine 163.2 mg
Glycine 138 mg
Proline 122.4 mg
Threonine 120 mg
L-Arginine 117.6 mg
Choline Chloride 96 mg
Thyrosine 81.6 mg
Vitamin K 60 mg
L-Cysteine 36 mg
L-Isoleucine 30 mg
Tryptophane 18 mg
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) 2.4 mg
Inositol 600  μg
Vitamin B7 (Biotin) 480 μg



Promotes growth.

Maintains gut health.

Enhances the immune system.

Assists in preventing and safeguarding against acute and chronic diseases.

Contributes to a reduction in antibiotic usage.

Supplies essential amino acids and vitamins.

Enhances overall efficiency.

Recommended during stressful conditions like vaccination, transportation, and fluctuations in temperature and humidity.

Contributes to the enhancement of feed conversion ratio, as well as the quality of eggs and meat.


Mix one bottle (8 oz.) with 1000 L drinking water for 3-5 days. Always provide the animals with fresh drinking water.

For use poultry animals only. This product is intended for supplemental feeding only. Safe for all poultry. Do not use if product appears to be tampered with or seal is broken. Keep out of reach of children and animals.

Storage Conditions: Store at temperatures between 59-77°F (15-25°C). Keep in a dry place and protect from direct sunlight.

Best Before: 2 years from date of production.



A scientifically formulated and manufactured liquid supplement for poultry animals contains nano-sized droplets designed for direct absorption into the bloodstream. This nano form prevents the degradation of active components in the gastrointestinal tract, such as variations in pH levels, enzymatic breakdown, and inter-animal differences. The aim is to achieve maximum bioavailability and optimal utilization for promoting peak poultry health.

NANO FORMED ACTIVE COMPONENTS PROVIDE an astonishing increase in nutrient absorption within the body, resulting in significantly enhanced bioavailability.

Nanotechnology entities help to improve the bioavailability, solubility, absorbability, and half life of conventional natural products  (Fesseha et al., 2020). Nano forms with smaller size have better properties than larger ones such as site-specific actions lower degradation and higher bioavailability  (Pedersen et al., 2009).

 Studies have demonstrated that the nano supplementation increases the surface area and surface activity, which enhances absorption and thereby the utilization of vitamins (Ahn, 2010; Cai et al., 2012).

Additionally, nano multivitamin supplementation showed higher bioavailability compared to micro vitamin supplements in broiler chickens, providing increased growth performance, immunity, and improvement in feed conversion ratio).

 Sheikhsamani et al. (2016) demonstrated that nano- multivitamin in a significant increase in the average weight and daily weight gain of broiler chicks during the starter period compared to conventional multivitamin supplementation. Zhang et al. (2010) studied the effect of composite vitamin nano-emulsion on growth performance and immunity of broilers and concluded that composite vitamin nano-emulsion could be used to increase the growth performance and immunity in the broiler.

NANO VITAMINS, AND AMINO ACIDS LIQUID SUPPLEMENT assure high absorption, enhanced bioavailability and more effectiveness with lower dosage regimens providing well-balanced nutrients to support FCR and optimal growth performance in modern poultry flocks.

Zoeuticals has developed a solution to minimize dependence on antibiotics.

The utilization of antibiotic growth enhancers has been associated with the proliferation of antibiotic-resistant microorganisms and the presence of drug residues. Consequently, many countries have imposed restrictions on their use.


Amino acids play essential physiological functions in the body. Once absorbed, these amino acids undergo synthesis and metabolism to form proteins, which, in return, play a vital role in building diverse body tissues. Studies have shown that providing a diet abundant in protein and energy to young hens during their periods of growth and egg-laying yields positive outcomes for both egg mass and yolk weight.

Vitamin B Complex serve highly significant roles in energy metabolism, immune system, growth maintenance and all metabolic processes, of poultry.

Vitamins A, D3, E, and K contribute to improved egg quality, including shell strength and yolk color, as well as reproductive performance and immune system support. Vitamin E, in particular, is associated with fertility and hatchability in layers and breeders and is known as a powerful antioxidant. Vitamin D plays a role in calcium metabolism and bone development while influencing eggshell quality. Moreover, they are essential for proper growth and weight gain in broilers and chicks. Vitamin A is crucial for vision and overall growth.

Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that helps neutralize harmful free radicals in the body, contributing to overall health and supporting the immune system of poultry. It aids in reducing stress, especially during transportation, temperature changes, or other stressful conditions that may cause increased levels of stress. Vitamin C can enhance their resistance to infections and diseases, promoting overall health. Additionally, it plays a crucial role in collagen synthesis, vital for maintaining the integrity of connective tissues, skin, and blood vessels. For laying hens, vitamin C supplementation can positively influence egg quality.


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