Coal feed – natu­rally healthy animals

Natural char­coal products have proven to be parti­cu­larly bene­fi­cial because of their multiple appli­ca­tions, such as the use char­coal feed. As a feed addi­tive, this improves animal health in a gentle and effec­tive way and reduces the excre­tion of odours and ammonia in the barn. Carbo­ni­sa­tion – the conver­sion of natural mate­rial to carbon feed – requires special care in the manu­fac­tu­ring process. The PYREG system is one of the few carbo­ni­sa­tion processes that allow precise control of the para­me­ters, enab­ling the produc­tion of highest quality char­coal feeds. Effi­cient, envi­ron­ment­ally friendly and without harmful by-products: You can rely in us – we are the global market leader.

Certi­fied quality

The number of char­coal feed produ­cers and substrates has incre­ased consi­der­ably in recent years. The offer is large, and so are the diffe­rences in quality. It goes without saying that char­coal feed produced using the PYREG process can be certi­fied according to GMP+. The Euro­pean Biochar Certi­fi­cate (EBC) also offers a reli­able and reco­gnised quality stan­dard. As a volun­tary Europe-wide industry stan­dard, the certi­fi­cate guaran­tees an envi­ron­ment­ally friendly manu­fac­tu­ring process and pollutant-free premium product quality. Since 2012, char­coal feed produ­cers have been able to have their products certi­fied by this inde­pen­dent inspec­tion body and are moni­tored regu­larly. A large number of our custo­mers and users of PYREG tech­no­logy are EBC-certi­fied, and only flaw­less char­coal feed is in demand on the market at profi­table prices. You can find out more about the EBC certi­fi­cate here.

Multiple bene­fits in the stable

Premium coal such as char­coal feed does not only have a posi­tive effect on animal welfare in stables. When excreted, it also reduces the pungent odour of liquid manure. If it is then applied to the field as a ferti­lizer addi­tive, it also improves soil quality, prevents nutrient leaching and protects the climate.


Biochar as a silage addi­tive prevents mould and fungal growth. Toxins are adsorbed, lactic acid bacteria work more effec­tively. Stable hygiene is improved.

Biochar reduces litter mois­ture, binds ammo­nium and other toxins and improves the health of foot­pads. The bedding remains scra­pable for longer.

Biochar as a feed addi­tive (coal feed) regu­lates the nutrient balance in the intes­tinal tract. Bacte­rial colo­ni­sa­tion is encou­raged, feed effi­ci­ency and slaughter weights increase.

The absorbed char­coal feed binds toxins in the diges­tive system so that animals remain healthy, vital and fit. Vete­ri­nary and medi­ca­tion costs are reduced.