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Tributyrin is a butyric acid feed additive with special physiological activity. Compared with butyrate, tributyrin has a fatty flavor and can be slowly released in the intestine at a fixed point, which can significantly improve intestinal health and promote animal growth. As an excellent butyric acid supplement, tributyrin has been widely used in animal husbandry.


Tributyrin is not decomposed in gastric juice, but slowly releases butyric acid and glycerol under the action of intestinal pancreatic lipase. As a short-chain fatty acid, butyric acid is the main energy source of intestinal epithelial cells, which can significantly stimulate the proliferation of intestinal epithelial cells, increase the height of intestinal villus, promote nutrient absorption, and enhance immunity and anti-stress ability. As a feed additive, tributyrin can directly provide energy to animal intestines, improve intestinal health, and regulate animal growth performance and health status.

Product Specifications:

Appearance: Offwhite or white powder

Content: 60%

CAS number: 60-01-5

Package: 25kg per bag


1. Quickly provide energy for intestinal epithelial cells, promote the proliferation of intestinal epithelial cells, and increase the intestinal villus height.

2. Effectively repair intestinal mucosal damage, maintain animal intestinal barrier function, and improve the body's immunity and anti-stress ability.

3. Inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria, promote the proliferation of beneficial bacteria, and reduce animal diarrhea.

4. Stimulate the secretion of intestinal digestive enzymes and improve the digestion and absorption of nutrients.

5. Promote feed intake of young livestock, improve herd uniformity and growth performance.


Recommended dosage: 0.5-2.0 kg/mt of complete feed, included either directly or via a premix. 

This product is widely used in poultry, livestock and aquaculture. Contact us or your nearest distributor for more information regarding the use of our products.