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Home > Press > AgMito Enterprises Assigned U.S. Importers of Atovi(TM) Feed Premix for Livestock: New Product Could Solve Animal Waste Odor Problems

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AgMito Enterprises, Inc. has been assigned the U.S. Import Agent for a revolutionary new product that could solve the hog and other animal waste odor issues plaguing communities located near mega farms. Based on nanotechnology and made from ordinary vitamins and minerals, Atovi(TM) Wonder Powder has been used on farms overseas since 2006 with documented success.

AgMito Enterprises Assigned U.S. Importers of Atovi(TM) Feed Premix for Livestock: New Product Could Solve Animal Waste Odor Problems

LEESBURG, FL | Posted on July 9th, 2009

Atovi(TM) corrects and maintains the digestive system properly. Through this, all nutritional and medication inputs are absorbed and utilized properly and efficiently. Proof of this is the almost total absence of undigested proteins in the manure, the very low ammonia fumes, which produce the foul odors ending up into a non-pathogenic and organic fecal waste, and further decomposition is not needed.

"When I first visited a 12 hectare poultry farm where Atovi(TM) was being used, the first thing I noticed was -- there was no smell. Also, the chicken we ate had no fat and the skin was crispy," exclaims Dennis Villanueva, Sr. Vice President and Marketing Director of AgMito.

Atovi(TM) introduces natural detoxification and expulsion of harmful compounds or xenobiotics such as synthetic drugs, natural poisons and antibiotics on the cellular level, making the products like meat, eggs and fish free from antibiotic, chemical and medication residues.

With metabolism performing properly, the genetic potentials and performance, like that of the immune system, are strengthened. The animals have greater stamina and do not contract disease caused by bacteria and viruses. In cases when medications have to be administered, such medicines are readily absorbed and utilized, ensuing faster recovery.

"Controlling odor issues is just one byproduct of Atovi(TM): feed conversion is improved, saving the farmer money on feed, and test results have shown that cholesterol and fat levels are significantly reduced in pork and egg products. The ramifications to these industries is astounding," says Dennis.

AgMito is currently working with the University of Florida to conduct further trials on their swine, dairy and fish farms, as well as with the University of Auburn to conduct similar trials on poultry.

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About AgMito Enterprises, Inc.
Based in Leesburg, Florida, AgMito is a wholesale and direct distributor of the Atovi(TM) Wonder Powder -- Animal Feed Premix. Distribution channels include regional and national livestock and fish farmers, animal and pet feed manufacturers and breeders and veterinarians. Farm, feed manufacturers and private investor inquiries welcomed.

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Contacts:
Jeffrey Clarke
AgMito Enterprises, Inc.
352-504-0233 ext 2

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