SOURCE: Oil-Dri Corporation of America
CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - Jan 13, 2014) - Amlan International, the animal health division of Oil-Dri Corporation of America (NYSE: ODC) and a leading expert in gut health solutions for livestock, will introduce its MD-09 moisture manager for wet droppings control in poultry at the 2014 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta, Georgia USA. Poultry producers confirm that MD-09 moisture manager controls wet droppings within one day of use. Currently sold into international markets, Amlan intends to aggressively market this product in the United States.
Wet droppings in poultry production contribute to an unhealthy growing environment. Without proper control of wet droppings, bacterial growth within the litter and ammonia vapors in the barn can lead to respiratory disease, breast blisters, soiled feathers, footpad lesions and insect problems. Reducing the free moisture in the litter by controlling wet droppings ensures a better grow out.
MD-09 moisture manager controls wet droppings in poultry by absorbing excess moisture in the feces.
Visit with the Amlan team at the IPPE, booth number 316, to learn more about how you can benefit from using MD-09 moisture manager in your operation.
Amlan International sells disease management solutions that help livestock producers achieve peak performance in their operations. The company's Calibrin-Z broad spectrum toxin binder is the company's breakthrough product for bacterial and fungal toxins control for improved performance in livestock.
Amlan and Calibrin are registered trademarks of Oil-Dri Corporation of America. MD-09 is a trademark of Oil-Dri Corporation.