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Studies & Testimonials

To understand and check the efficiency of BicarⓇZ for your ruminants, swine and poultry, we conduct studies with independent experts.

Innovation for animal livestock comes from research

Every day we encourage and support scientific research through collaborations and partnerships with universities, professorships and experts, rewarding the best researchers in the world and emphasizing the excellent quality of their work. Today we are reliable partners of the feed industry by offering a range of highly efficient supplements for livestock and animals that prevent and control diseases and optimize the flow of nutrients that are essential for animal health.

For more than 40 years, we are working hand in hand with independent experts including veterinarians, zootechnics consultants, universities and researchers. With them, we continually conduct studies and trials to ensure the effectiveness of BicarZ for the well-being and performance of your animals.  

To support farmers, our experts have developed a calculator to measure the daily dose of sodium bicarbonate to add to feed.


Check our studies & papers for Ruminants, Poultry and Swine


For ruminants, the research of our experts shows the results of the use of Bicar®Z to prevent rumen acidosis, during stress conditions and in the different stages of growth and reproduction, for example for milk production at the beginning of lactation, on the performance of dairy cows during the summer, to increase the production of milk and in diets based on silage used in the production of beef.



In the case of pigs, we have supported several studies to evaluate the effects of Bicar®Z on the quality of the carcass and pork meat, on fattening piglets, on the performance of gilts, in growing and fattening pigs and in the feeding of heavy pigs.


In the case of poultry, research has focused particularly on performance under stressful conditions: in diets for broilers with heat stress and high humidity, on laying hens under stressful conditions and in diets for growing female turkeys.