Choline (2-hydroxyethyl-trimethyl ammonium hydroxide), usually classified as complex vitamin B (often called vitamin B4), maintain the physiological functions of animals’ bodies as a low-molecular organic compound that can be synthesized in vivo, but usually required in feed as a single vitamin, the largest demand in feed additive.
• Prevents abnormal accumulation of in (fatty liver),
• Prevents condition such as perosin and liver enlargement in chicks,
• Essential requirement to maintain body functions and enhance growth,
• Essential metabolic in the building and maintenance of cell structure, maturation of the cartilage matrix of bone.
Poultry : Broilers : 0,1 – 0,2%;
Layer : 0,07 – 0,25;
Turkey : 0,17 – 0,25%
Swine : 0,5 – 1,5%
Fish : 0,5 – 0,62%