- ActiBeet® 97 – as feed additive:
97% betaine content, pure (no anticaking agent) recommended for drinking water application, suitable for organic farming *.
- ActiBeet® 96 – for feed/premix production:
96% betaine content + anticaking agent.
- ActiBeet® green – for organic feed/premix production:
96% betaine content + anticaking agent applicable for organic feed production*.
* Only natural betaine as betaine anhydrate (3a920) is applicable in organic feed production according to the Regulation (EU) 2019/2164.
PE polyethylene bags (20 kg) and big bags (500 kg); min. order 1 palette (=1000 kg)
ActiBeet® the natural betaine
ActiBeet® is our natural high-quality betaine and a nutritional aid to support livestock production.
As the most efficient methyl group donor, ActiBeet® functions as a direct methyl group donor, where no metabolic conversion step is required as in the case of choline.
As a highly compatible organic osmolyte ActiBeet® restores and maintains the mineral and water balance and protects the cells against dehydration.
- Natural anti-heat stress agent
- Promotion of health, especially gut health
- Prevention of fat accumulation in the liver
- Improved performance, high quality end-products
- Improved litter quality
- Better nutrient absorption, improved FCR
- Higher production efficiency
Betaine is a multifunctional nutrient supporting important metabolic functions. Betaine or trimethylglycine, is a zwitterionic (neutral molecule with bipolar structure) quaternary ammonium compound, with the chemical formula: (CH3) 3N + CH2COO- .
First discovered in the juice of sugar beets (Beta vulgaris), betaine occurs in many other plants (spinach, wheat, broccoli) animals (shrimps, shellfish, crabs) and microorganisms.
ActiBeet® - natural betaine is a proven multifunctional nutritional aid to protect against heat- and osmotic-stress, it is the most efficient methyl-group donor in the homocysteine - methionine cycle and it is an important source of glycine. Due to its multi-functionality, ActiBeet® supports a better nutrient utilization, higher performance and carcass quality, increasing the production efficiency.