Buffermin® Cobalt Proteinate
Cobalt proteinate (IFN 6-26-151) is the product resulting from the chelation of cobalt with amino acids and/or partially hydrolyzed proteins, as defined by the Association of American Feed Control Officials. It is a nutritional animal feed supplement formulated to prevent and/or correct cobalt deficiency in animals.
Ingredients: Cobalt proteinate and hydrolyzed protein
Physical State: Fine, light brown powder.
Feeding Instructions: Recommended rate in the final feed formulation: 0.02 - 0.2% or consult you animal feed nutritionist
Storage: Cobalt proteinate is stable under normal storage conditions. Store in dry, cool places. Avoid exposure to moisture, heat and sunlight.
Package: Packed in 50 lb. multi-walled paper bags
Organoleptic Characteristics: Odor past test
Water Content: Not more than 10.0%
Cobalt: Not less than 10.0%
pH (1 in 40 suspension): Between 5.0 and 7.0
Total Ash: Not more than 20.0%
Acid Insoluble Ash: Not more than 10.0%.
Nitrogen: Not less than 4.0%.
Acid Soluble Nitrogen: Not less than 10.0%
Limits of Impurities:
Arsenic (As): Not more than 2 ppm
Microbiological Criteria: Negative Salmonella in 100 grams. Negative E. coli in 100 grams.
Sieve Analysis: Not less than 80% to pass 40 mesh sieve.
Stabilities: Buffermins are stable against heat under dry conditions. The normal prevailing conditions in the industrial processing of feed does not affect the stability of Buffermins.
Storage: When held in tightly closed containers at controlled room temperature, Buffermins are shelf stable for an indeterminable period in excess of twelve (12) months.
Standard Packaging: Packed in 50 pound, multi-walled, poly-lined paper bags.
Use: As feed supplement.