Character of Magnesium Oxide for Feed Grade:
Magnesium Oxide takes character of such as stable C-MGO, low Ignition loss, and instant solubilization in water, thus it is better used for improving soil condition.
It plays an important role for cows.
Raising cows on more coarse fodder will lead to their reduced milk production because the absorbed digestible energy less then the consumed. Although more fine fodder can increase milk production, if the proportion of coarse fodder and fine fodder is imbalanced, this will cause cows to have decreased milkfat and gastric ulcers--even acid toxosis due to increasing monoprop. An effective measure for this condition is to add some buffers in fine fodder, such as calcined magnesite (MGO). This will adjust the rumen to a proper pH value, stimulate organic matter digestion and increase milkfat and milk production.
Our calcined magnesite (MGO) contains high magnesium and some other rich minor elements. Further more, it can be effectively used and easily abosrbed due to low ignition loss. The product can not only be scattered directly on grass for cows to eat, but can improve magnesia-shortage soil.
For the above, calcined magnesite we produce will improve the results of stock feeding.