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Probio-Enzyme

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Probio Enzyme

Composition per kg

Bacillus licheniformis + Bacillus subtilis    20x109 KBE

Enterococcus faecium    10x109 KBE

Lactobacillus acidophilus               25x109 KBE

ß-Glucanase 3.2.1.4.       7,20,000 U

Cellulase              7,20,000 U

ß-Glucanase 3.2.1.6.       4,38,000 U

ß-Xylanase 3.2.1.8           36,24,000 U

Alpha-Amylase 3.2.1.1.  1,32,000 U

Protease              24,76,500 U

Species

Poultry and cattle

Product Features

One of the most determining facts regarding livestock is a healthy digestive tract. A healthy gut flora is not only a barrier against transient pathogens such as E.coli, Salmonella spp., and Clostridium perfringens; it is also necessary for proper digestion and absorption of all feed ingredients. Probio Enzyme decreases feed cost and improves growth parameters. Apart from supporting healthy gut flora, it supplies the optimum combination of enzymes for proper digestion of protein, fats and carbohydrates inside the feed. Thanks to this all nutrients are available for easy absorption saving the animals energy.

Indications

Better feed conversion rate, better availability of important nutrients. Development and stabilization of the intestinal flora, particularly before stress factors such as infections, transportation or overcrowded housing. Reduction of the pathogene germs (e.g. E.coli, Salmonella spp.) by displacement with natural lactic acid bacteria. Helps to increase egg, milk and meat yield. Regeneration of the flora after medication. Prevention of smelling eggs.

Dosage & Administration

Blend homogeneously with the feed ratio at a rate of: Poultry: 0.25 to 0.50 kg/Ton of feed.

Calves: 0.50 kg/Ton of feed.

Storage

Keep in a cool and dry place, protected from light.

Commercial Pack

500 gm, 1000 gm.

Additional Info

  • Paracetamol: 1
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