Z’fix is a dust-free pearled pellet designed to enhance the agronomic quality of manure, slurry and compost. It’s ECO ingredients control fermentation in organic matter in order to preserve the maximum fertilising elements.
Animal welfare, manure and slurry enhancement
Slurry and manure are living environments that continuously ferment. If they are not well controlled, these fermentations can have negative consequences for both animals (gas emission, litter instability and microbial contamination); farmers (working time due to crust formation or more frequent cleaning) and agricultural soils (reduction of soil fertility and fertilization).
Controlling fermentation in organic matter
Z’fix, thanks to its ECO ingredients based on a combination of minerals and specific trace elements, controls fermentation in organic matter. Hence, ammonia emissions are reduced and fertilising elements are better preserved.
An enhanced agronomic value of farm effluent
Preservation of manure organic matter - Reduction of ammonia emissions in buildings – Increase of NPK content in manure and slurry
Lower nitrogen loss via ammonia emissions
Easier work and comfort for farmers
Preservation of NPK elements
Quicker composting of manure (evolution of the C/N ratio)
Usable in organic farming
Z'fix special slurry
The enhancement of farm fertilizer, especially slurry, has become a major economic and environmental issue. Olmix Group has the solution which has proven its efficiency for many years: Z'fix. Z'fix not only improves animal welfare and farmer’s comfort, but, also, plant and soil health.
SPACE 2022: reducing gas emissions while improving animal health and welfare06-09-2022
The Olmix Animal Care team will run this year the Booth C55 (Hall 9) to show our new tools for optimal effluents management, that have come to enhance our animal welfare programme in a context of high cost of fertilizers, as well as our solutions to deal with mycotoxins risk challenges.
How to reduce ammonia emissions and improve pig welfare and performance25-08-2022
Rising input costs, together with environmental challenges, such as reducing ammonia emissions, remind us of the importance of managing and valorising the available resources on-farm.
Usable in organic farming in compliance with the EC regulations No 834/2007 and No 889/2008 (check accordance with local regulations).