Feed phosphate

Proszek w workuPowder in bag We offer high quality monocalcium mineral feed phosphate. As a component of feed mixtures, this raw material is an excellent source of calcium and phosphorus. Adequate supply of these two elements is extremely important in the diet of animals as they are the building blocks of bones and teeth. Calcium and phosphorus deficiencies in young animals lead to health consequences such as stunted growth or rickets. Deficiencies of calcium and phosphorus in adult animals can lead to weakened and brittle bones.


Product parameters

Our feed phosphate has the following parameters

  • phosphorus (P) - min. 22.7%,
  • fluorine (F) - not more than 2,000 mg/kg,
  • calcium (Ca) - not less than 16%,
  • cadmium (Cd) - max. 10 mg/kg,
  • arsenic (As) - max. 10 mg/kg,
  • lead (Pb) - max. 30 mg/kg,
  • mercury (Hg) - max. 0.1 mg/kg,
  • chloride - max. 1%
  • solubility in water - min. 96-98%,
  • moisture - not more than 3%.



Monocalcium mineral feed phosphate is in the form of natural, white granules with the following granulation:

  • from 0.2 mm to 1.4 mm - not less than 97.9%,
  • from 0.5 mm to 2.0 mm - not less than 95.9%.

The shelf life of the product is 2 years.




Product description

Raw material, which is a source of calcium and phosphorus in compound feed. It is created as a result of reaction of natural calcium with pure phosphoric acid. Providing calcium and phosphorus is extremely important as they are building components of bones and teeth, hence their deficiency results in growth inhibition and the occurrence of rickets in young animals, whereas in adults - in the weakening and brittle bones.


Parameter Value
P - Phosphorus [%] min. 22,7
F - Fluorine [mg/kg] not more than 2,000
Ca - Calcium [%] not less than 16
Cd - Cadmium [mg/kg] max. 10
As - Arsenic [mg/kg] max. 10
Pb - Lead [mg/kg] max. 30
Hg - Mercury [mg/kg] max. 0,1
Chlorides [%] max. 1
Solubility in water [%] min. 96 - 98
Moisture [%] not more than 3.0
Appearance natural, white granulate
From 0.2 mm to 1.4 mm [%] not less than 97.9
From 0.5 mm to 2.0 mm [%] % not less than 95.9