Mineral premix additives are important feed additives widely used in the production of the feed industry, including for the feeding of poultry, livestock, aquaculture, and other animals. This type of additive contains various mineral elements such as calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, selenium, etc., which play crucial roles in the growth, development, reproduction, and health maintenance of animals.

Specifically, mineral premix additives can enhance animals' digestibility and utilization of feed, promote their growth and development, improve the quality of animal products, enhance animals' immunity, reduce the occurrence of diseases, regulate the acid-base balance in animals' bodies, and maintain the stability of the internal environment.

In livestock production, the use of mineral premix additives can significantly improve animals' productivity, reduce feeding costs, increase economic benefits, and help improve the nutritional value and palatability of animal products, meeting consumers' demand for high-quality animal products.

Moreover, mineral premix additives are widely used in the pet care industry as well. For example, adding an appropriate amount of mineral premix to cat and dog food can ensure pets receive balanced nutrition and maintain their health.

However, the use of mineral premix additives should adhere to scientific and rational principles. Blind or excessive use may adversely affect animal health, even leading to issues such as toxicity. Therefore, when selecting and using mineral premix additives, comprehensive considerations should be given to factors such as animal species, growth stages, and rearing environments to ensure that the dosage and types of additives meet the actual needs of the animals.

Mineral premix additives have broad application prospects in the livestock and pet care industries, playing important roles in improving animal productivity, enhancing product quality, and reducing feeding costs. Additionally, scientific and rational use is key to ensuring their effectiveness and safety.