Water Disinfectants and Feed Sanitizers
Steel Water Sterilizers
Poultry Water Disinfection Disease Control
all Bacteria Molds and Fungi are Destroyed
These are stainless steel UV broad spectrum germicidal sterilizers and NOT
simple plastic UV clarifiers which only get rid of green water.
can have the assurance that the treated water
is free of pathogenic
disease causing organisms.
UV Germicidal sterilizers are designed
to serve several purposes: Used in poultry drinking water to rid water of
parasites and disease causing pathogenic bacteria and to putrid rotten egg
smelling water thus maintaining the highest water quality.
also photo=oxidizes and destroys combined chlorine and chlorine byproducts
such as chloramines and other toxic organic pollutants including bad
These corrosion resistant
stainless steel germicidal UV light systems are effective in hard well
water and city water applications
- A penny for
of gallons of purified plant growing water
A natural approach. Free of
dangerous and toxic chemicals
and virtually maintenance free
Simply install on your main water inlet - before any type of
filtration or nutrient injection systems.
UV lights come in 14 watt
units through 600 watts for poultry water applications. We also custom
build units to suit your specification.
Warranty On All Our Stainless Steel Units
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Organic Iodine Disinfectants and Sanitizers
Turkey Drinking Water Disinfection Using A Natural Dietary Approach
UltraDyne-A is a
safe and effective disinfectant which is added to
dairy cows, poultry broilers layers chicks turkeys, sheep, swine sow and
piglets drinking water to prevent the spread of pathogenic bacteria
(disease causing organisms) and cross contamination in and through the
animals drinking water.
an organic biocidal disinfectant,
meaning it kills inactivates all types of organisms in a non selective
manner, viruses, bacteria, fungi and even spores. A disinfectant does not
necessarily do this, for most disinfectants are selective in what they
kill. It is even effective against polio virus TB and many
antibiotic-resistant organisms which have resulted from the extensive use
and over use of antibiotics. There are only a few extremely corrosive and
toxic disinfectants that are effective against fungi spores, however they
must be used at very high dosage levels making them uneconomical and/or
dangerous to use.
harmless to poultry and livestock and is formulated with a food grade
iodine trace mineral that plays an
important role in promoting growth and development and helps in the
burning of excess fat. In animals iodine deficiency can result in lowered
metabolism, abortions, anemia, retarded growth etc. There have been no
reported cases of toxicity resulting from too much iodine, which occurs
naturally in soil, food and water.
concentrated liquid solution of selected organic plant extracts of natural
origin, citric acid combined
with nutritional food grade iodine salts for maximizing free iodine I2
availability using a patent pending process. It should be understood that
only the free iodine portion of any iodine (iodophor) product is biocidal.
Titratable levels of iodine in no way indicate the efficacy of a specific
products ability to kill bacteria (microorganisms) (Please Read UltraDyne-A
The normal maintenance
level is 1 part of UltraDyne-A to 30,000 parts of the
animals drinking water
Layers Ducks Turkeys Breeders Poults Drinking Water
and Layers: Use 1 part UltraDyne-A
to 20,000 parts water regular solution
1 part UltraDyne-A to 10,000 for 2 to 4 days or until control is
Clean Bacteria Free Water:
Water is not often
thought of as a nutrient itself, but it is indeed a very important
one. Its functions include: regulation of body temperature, transport of
other nutrients, and taking part in numerous chemical reactions in the
body. (Alberta Agriculture, 1982, Agdex 450/716-1)
(volume) of poultry are often crudely estimated by multiplying the
amount of feed eaten by two (for example 1 kg feed: 2 litres of
water) . Under hot conditions however, they will drink
substantially more (up to twice as much). The list below contains
estimations on water consumption (compiled from various sources) for 100
birds at various ages.
(per 100 birds at various ages)
Less than 3 weeks: 2-10
Greater than 3 weeks:
(dependant upon egg production level)
Less than 4 weeks: 2-11
Greater than 4 weeks:
Less than 4 weeks: 3-12
Greater than 4 weeks:
Less than 4 weeks: 3-25
Greater than 4 weeks:
Water consumption can
be affected by feed type, stage of production and growth, disease
status and environmental temperature. Water should be available to the
birds at all times.
Water quality is an
important consideration when planning to raise animals. Measurements
of water quality include the items shown below. In some cases
concentrations which may be of concern are mentioned.
1) Total dissolved
solids (TDS) - TDS includes all of the dissolved minerals in the
water. How birds are affected will depend on specifically which minerals
are present. Suggestions are that: >1500 ppm (mg/litre) is unacceptable
for poults less than 3 weeks, >3000 ppm is not good for chicks and
ducklings, >4000 ppm can cause an increase in wet droppings in hens and
turkeys, >7000 ppm is not acceptable for any poultry species
2) Salinity - Salinity
is a measurement of the different salts in the water, and the term is
often used in discussions interchangeably with TDS. Because there can be
various mineral salts present, the effects on birds will vary.
3) Sodium - Water
which is high in sodium causes an increase in wet litter and can cause
dehydration. Research has also suggested that high sodium levels
contribute to ascites (water-belly) in broiler chickens and turkeys.
Sodium levels greater than 500 ppm are believed to be of concern, but it
may be possible to compensate by reducing salt levels in the diet.
4) Water hardness -
The minerals calcium and magnesium are the major cause of water
hardness. Magnesium may affect the palatability of the water. Hard water
will form a scale on plumbing fixtures.
5) Sulphates -
Sulphates have a laxative effect on birds and can cause wet litter if
concentrations are greater than 500 ppm. Birds may build up a resistance
to this effect. It has also been suggested that concentrations greater
than 500 ppm are not suitable for poults and >1500 are not good for
chicks. Greater than 3000 ppm is unacceptable for poultry.
6) Nitrates and
nitrites - The presence of nitrates and nitrites may indicate
bacterial contamination from human or livestock waste and/or decomposing
animals. Nitrites are the more dangerous of the two compounds. In large
quantities they will affect the capability of blood to carry oxygen and
can be toxic. The recommendations for maximum nitrate concentrations
varies. Some indicate that concentrations of less than 300 nitrate
nitrogen should be tolerable for poultry, while others suggest a maximum
of 50 ppm.
7) Iron - Iron in
water may stain equipment and laundry, and affect the taste, but is
not generally considered a health risk for poultry. Iron bacteria may
block pipes and drains, but are not directly a threat to bird health.
These are only
some examples of measurements which can be made to assess water
quality. More than one measurement should be examined in order to
determine if water is unfit for poultry. If that determination has been
made, it is possible that a water treatment system will improve water
quality. A new water source may be needed, or another alternative may be
to bring in good water from a different source for the first few weeks
when the birds are young.
in Poultry Broilers Layers Ducks and Turkeys
In birds, iodine
deficiency usually results in a condition
as goiter. Poultry broilers feed conversion efficiency can drop by as much
as 34 % coupled with quality downgrading . The fat level drip loss
increases and the producers overall production costs can result in very
marginal profits and even major losses. Layers that suffer from iodine
deficiency produce weak egg shells and high mortality in chicks shell
feed additive : Is normally used
at a rate of 250 to 400 grams per ton of final feed and provides similar
benefits to Ultradyne-A. We shall be adding more detailed information on
Ultradyne Dry for turkey and poultry feed applications.
and Hatchery Sanitation
Thoroughly clean the hatchery environment setters,
hatchers, floors, chick-go-rounds, vaccinators, etc. before you apply
1-Step . Remove organic material fluff, blood, shells,
excrement and dirt prior to the application Ultra 1-Step.
Although Ultra 1-Step
effective in the presence of organic matter, the effective removal of all
organic material should be the hatchery manager's top priority.
Remove all hatchery debris, clean the surfaces,
and then disinfect. In other words, you should not try to disinfect dirt.
Remove by sweeping, spraying with water, or vacuuming.
Ultra 1-Step contains detergent
and may be dispensed from a high pressure sprayer, but heavily soiled
areas should be pre-scrubed.
After the surface is clean, apply disinfectant.
Here is where the hatchery manager must begin to make the critical
decisions regarding which product to use.
best used in acid environments (pH 3-5). Iodine is effective
against gram positive and gram negative bacteria and fungi.
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