To meet customer needs across a broad front,
Feed One offers a wide range of products
in addition to animal feeds
mixed for livestock and fishery use.
We produce feed for laboratory animals,
used in research that contributes
to human health and medical care,
and produce and sell feed for honeybees.
In experiments using laboratory animals, nutritional and environmental factors can have a significant impact on the
laboratory animals. For this reason the feed used for these animals must be strictly managed, from procurement of
ingredients, mixture and pelletization through storage and analysis to transport. To support and enhance the
consistency of quality and reliability of its feed for laboratory animals, Feed One requires all employees to exercise strict
quality control, and makes every effort to satisfy all required quality standards (including nutrients, appearance and
packaging). Our feed for laboratory animals is completely free of antibiotics, antimicrobials, antiprotozoal agents,
preservatives、fungicides or other chemicals.
For over 40 years, since 1972, Feed One has produced feed
for laboratory animals under contract to CLEA Japan, Inc.
Other products we manufacture under contract are
made-to-order specialty feeds, such as refined feeds
and feed additives. To order general feeds and specialty feeds,
please contact the AD Order Acceptance Center at CLEA Japan.
for Mice and Rats
|Special stud feed||OA-2|
|Breeding & stud feed||CE-2|
|Long-term breeding feed||CE-7|
|Sterilized feed and feed for immunodeficient animals||CL-2|
|Feed for research in diabetes and obesity||Q.F|
|Feed for research in diabetes and obesity||HFD32|
|Rabbit food||Breeding feed||CR-3|
|Guinea-pig food||Breeding & stud feed||CG-7|
|Dog food||Breeding & stud feed||CD-5M|
|Monkey food||Breeding feed||CMK-2|
|Breeding & stud feed||CMS-1M|
|Miniature-pig food||Breeding feed||M-16|
(Asian house shrew) food
SD feed is an animal feed jointly developed by Feed One
and the Research Institute for Animal Science in
Biochemistry & Toxicology in 1977.
It is a feed for livestock and poultry that conforms to good laboratory
practice (GLP), These are used for testing the safety of veterinary
medicines, feed additives, and various ingredients and for studies of
additive substances, for use in testing of veterinary medicines, feed
additives and various ingredients for safety and use as additives.
|Poultry raising||Chick starters||SDL No.1|
|Middle-age chicks||SDL No.2|
|Latter-age chicks||SDL No.3|
|For chickens||SDL No.4|
|Pig farming||For early period on milk formula||SDS No.1|
|For latter period on milk formula||SDS No.2|
|For piglets||SDS No.3|
|For hogs for fattening||SDS No.4|
Feed One produces “Beehatcher” and “Beebreed”, pollen-substitutes that beekeepers can supply during breeding
season, when they wish to increase the population of bee larvae, and when natural pollen is scarce.
We market these products through the Japan Beekeeping Association. Feed One also sells “Apiten for
Honeybees” to beekeepers throughout Japan. “Apiten for Honeybees” is a prophylactic veterinary medicine
against American foulbrood, an infectious disease designated by law. Under contract to Japan Beekeeping
Association, Feed One produces feed (sugar) for honeybees, for use in periods when nectar is scarce.
“Apitamin”, a feed for honeybees launched by Feed One in February 2014, approximates the component of
nectar by enriching sugar water and sugar solution with vitamins and minerals.
Please see below for overviews of each product.
When nectar is scarce, beekeepers supplement bees’ diets with sugar water or sugar solution, which lack the vitamins and minerals contained in nectar and honey. Designed with the health of honeybees in mind, “Apitamin” is a feed for honeybees that is enriched with the vitamins and minerals honeybees need which lack in sugar water and sugar solutions. Testing and development of “Apitamin” were conducted by Feed One under contract to Junichi Takahashi, an associate professor at the Department of Bioresource and Environmental Sciences of Kyoto Sangyo University. This product is also recommended for honeybees used for pollination for which insufficient nectar is a frequent problem. Feed One sell “Apitamin” through Japan Beekeeping Association.
Advantages of “Apitamin”
Pollen is a precious source of protein for honeybees. It plays a vital role in supporting the health of honeybees and their hives. During breeding season and the like, however, pollen tends to be scarce. To address this problem, Feed One produces and sells pollen-substitutes, which can be supplied to honeybees as a replacement for natural pollen.
“Beehatcher” is a pollen-substitute in paste form that is highly palatable to honeybees.
“Beehatcher” is nutritionally-balanced feedo for honeybee larvae and worker bees, and
contains protein, lipids, vitamins and minerals. “Beehatcher” supports honeybee larva
propagation and the health preservation of honeybees.
“Beebreed” is a powder that can be used to make a paste-like pollen-substitute that suits the
feeding habits of honeybees. Simply mix “Beebreed” with sugar water or the like and spread it
on hives. Like “Beehatcher”, “Beebreed” supports honeybee larva propagation and the health
preservation of honeybees.
“Apiten for Honeybees” is a specialized veterinary medicine for honeybees. It
was developed as a prophylactic medicine against American foulbrood, an
infectious disease designated by law. To use “Apiten for Honeybees”,
beekeepers should simply mix the active ingredient, the antibiotic,
Mirosamicin, with the dedicated feed (liquid and powder). To purchase Apiten
for Honeybees, please contact Feed One.