Intestinal dysbiosis is a common problem in intensive farming. It can result in poor nutrient absorption, diarrhea, low production yield and a diminishing end product quality. In addition to damaging egg production, it can harm the environment in the shelter leading to more pathogens, humidity and ammonia.
"Administering a probiotic (Lactobacillus acidophilus D2/CSL) to young and adult animals will give Improved gut health,
Reduce Mortality of the flocks
Wastage of eggs
Hazardous residues in sold products
Descrease risk of intestinal dysbiosis"
The probiotic can be adminstered to adult and young animals through: Drinking water (5,0 x 108 CFU/L) Premixes (1,0 x 109 CFU/Kg) Complete Feeds (1,0 x 109 CFU/Kg)