Organic Acids

Organic Acids

Organic acid expression is used for acidic organic compounds. The structures of organic acids are based on the carbon skeleton. The most common organic acids are: buchric, fumarik, formic, probionic, sorbik, tussetic, cytic and malik icric and ore acids, and their salts. Organic acids are pure in herbal and animal organisms. However, it is also obtained naturally. When organic acids are used and metabolized in the animal body, carbon dioxide and water are exposed. Based on this feature, organic acids are used today as a preservative and efficiency-enhancing additive in animal nutrition and mixed feed production. In recent years, organic acids have been replaced by organic acids in animal nutrition with the prohibition of antibiotics.

Organic acids are used to prevent the production of mycotoxins in the most feed and raw materials. Mycotoxins reduce the yield of animals and cause health problems, even deaths. Organic acids are also increasing the retention time of feeds and raw materials in warehouses. Mixed feed raw materials are usually contaminated with yeast, mushrooms and bacterial varieties. As soon as they find the appropriate environment, they multiply rapidly and reduce the yield of animals fed with these feeds, even leading to serious health problems in animals.