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February 4, 2020

 

Balchem expands KeyShure chelated mineral line

 


KeyShure Plus utilizes Balchem's proprietary chelation technology combined with new formulation techniques to deliver a line of minerals with higher metal content and improved handling characteristics.

 

 

As part of IPPE 2020, Balchemintroduced the new KeyShure Plus line of chelated minerals. KeyShure Plus utilizes Balchem's proprietary chelation technology combined with new formulation techniques to deliver a line of minerals with higher metal content and improved handling characteristics. KeyShure Plus product line includes Zinc, Copper, Iron, Manganese and Magnesium.

 

Tom Powell, director of the monogastric business for Balchem Animal Nutrition &Health said scientists from the Balchem family of companies pioneered mineral chelation nearly 60 years ago and they continue to develop advancements and improvements to increase animal efficiency and productivity still today. He added that minerals can be confusing with the many technologies and options available, but Balchem keeps it simple, delivering chelated minerals with superior performance and exceptional value.

 

The KeyShure line of chelated trace minerals are proven to deliver higher bioavailability as compared to other chelated and inorganic minerals. Greater bioavailability means improved animal performance and producer profitability. KeyShure Plus also features improved handling characteristics. The granular texture reduces dust and improves flowability and the larger particle size also enhances mixability for a more consistent distribution in feed.

 

To learn more about KeyShure minerals and the entire line of animal products from Balchem, visit BalchemANH.com.

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