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February 12, 2020

 

Dr. Eckel's Anta®Ox Aqua now available in Indonesia

 


 

Anta®Ox Aqua from Dr. Eckel has been successfully registered and will from now be available through the company's local distribution partner, PT Dian Langgeng Abadi.

 

Anta Ox Aqua, which is manufactured at Dr. Eckel's production site in Niederzissen, Germany, has been developed for the specific purpose of increasing animal welfare and reducing the need for antibiotics. The pure botanical feed additive is widely known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative effects. With Anta Ox Aqua, fish and crustaceans will cope better with stress even under variable environmental conditions and show higher growth and survival rates. Furthermore, with its specific particle structure, Anta Ox Aqua allows application in all kinds of aquaculture. The product uniquely combines health protection and welfare improvements with performance enhancement. Thanks to Anta Ox Aqua, producers have dual-benefits: They save on medication costs, and they yield higher profits.

 

"We are honoured and proud that with yet another efficient, high-quality product in the portfolio of our esteemed distribution partner PT Dian, we will continue serving the agriculture industry and, ultimately, the people of the Republic of Indonesia," says Dr. Bernhard Eckel, vice president Sales. "Anta Ox Aqua is one of our most innovative and effective products, a phytogenic power pack of the latest generation. Providing nutrition for animals and humans that is safe, sustainable and sufficient, is one of the main targets of our industry. Healthy animals produce healthy, quality food. Therefore, animal welfare goes hand in hand with efficiency. Any investment in animal welfare, from feeding to husbandry, pays off. And it all starts with the feed as the first part of the production chain."

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