Soya lecithin

Soya lecithin is used in animal diets not only for their nutritional contribution of phospholipids and essential fatty acid, but also for many functional purposes. Soya lecithin is the foundation of most animal feed, supplying necessary amino acids for maximum production efficiency, energy sources are critical animal diets.

It is an important part of animal biofilm. It is an indispensable component of the bone marrow and internal organs of the nerve tissue of the animal's brain, especially for the growth and development of young animals. Most phospholipids are present in the mitochondrial and particles of cell membranes in the cell wall in the form of protein complexes. Phospholipids are also involved in the activity of sodium and potassium ions in animals, activating some nerve tissue.

Lecithin in animal nutrition use for

  • The reduction of digestive disorders
  • An improved digestibility of fat
  • A strengthening of the immune system
  • An improvement of metabolism
  • An increase in growth and weight

Lecithin shows positive effects in a wide range of animal species:

  • Poultry
  • Broilers
  • Layers
  • Swine Feed
  • Piglet Rearing
  • Breeding sows
  • Fattend pigs
  • Cattle Feed
  • Calves
  • Turkey and other birds
  • Rabbits
  • Horse
  • Fish (Aquaculture)
  • Shrimps, crabs and other crustaceans (aquacultures)
  • Dogs, Cats and Zoo Animals



  • It ensure excellent digestibility of fat and energy because it acts as natural emulsifier absorption of the fat soluble vitamins.
  • It has been specially developed for use in energy-rich feed mixtures.
  • Excellent binding of dust. Lecithin is having anti-oxidant property.
  • It acts as energy supplies, energy concentrates, fat & protein enrichment.
  • It helps as a physiological agent and aids in pelletizing.
  • It increases the egg mass & production. Decrease feed dust. Improves feed efficiency.
  • Lecithin regarded as a growth promoter; addition of it in feeds improves the growth and feed conversion ratios.
  • Lecithin is also a rich source of inositol and choline. In-fact, lecithin is also known as phosphatidyl choline. In Animal Feeding, Lecithin was being used as a Choline source even before synthetic choline chloride was available.

Dosage: According to component formula and as directed by Veterinarian/ Animal Nutitionist.

Storage condition: Store at temperatures between 20°C- 35°C.

Shelf Life12 months from the date of manufacturing when stored in unopened and original packing at ambient temperatures.

Packing: This product is available in 25 kg Plastic Drum.


Theoretical value
Appearance -  Viscous fluid 
Color - Brown
Viscosity -  70 – 110 Poise
Odor -Predominantly Soyabean 
Chemical Properties   
Acetone insoluble    -Min 60%
Moisture -Max 1.0%
Acid value -40 mg KOH/100gm Max
Hexane Insoluble     -0.30 % Max 
Toluene Insoluble -0.30 % Max 
Peroxide Value  -5 meq 02/kg Max 

Microbiological Properties 

Total Plate Count

-5000 cfu/gm max

Yeast and mold 

-10 cfu/gm max 

Salmonella -Negative/25 gm
E.Coli  -Absent/gm 
Coliform -Absent/gm 
Enterobacteriaceae -Absent/gm 


GMO Content  -Negative 





Soya lecithin
Soya lecithin
Soya lecithin