New Animal Growth Stimulant Developed

Pyongyang, June 2 (KCNA) — The Branch Academy of Biology under the Academy of Sciences of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has succeeded in developing a new kind of growth stimulant for domestic animals to suit the actual conditions of the country.

Section chief of the branch academy Ham Jae Bok told KCNA that the test application of the growth stimulant in the Unjong Stock-breeding Farm under the Rural Economy Committee of North Hwanghae Province and other stock-breeding farms in different parts of the country has boosted the survival rate of the domestic animals up to over 90.8 percent.

Its ingredients are enzymes including acid protease, alpha amylase, tissue disintegration enzyme and lactase, and potent antibiotics, growth stimulant substances including various rare earths.

It prevents the bacterial and indigestive diarrhea while raising the weight increment rate 30-35 percent and reducing the feed consumption 15-20 percent.

It is popular among stock breeders.

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