Publication: Humic acids in animal feed

Humid acids are a sub-group of humic substances. These are ubiquitous in the environment an develop during the decomposition process of biological material through “humification”. The humic acids that occur in nature are non-uniform chemical compounds. Humus, lignite, turf, bodies of water and humified higher plants as natural raw material sources enter into consideration as suppliers of humic acids. This makes them one of the most widespread forms of organic material in the world.

The entire pubication published by the FeedMagazine (11-12/2017) you find here: