Lactobacillus acidophilus D2/CSL CECT 4529


The Problem:
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.

The Solution:
Administering a probiotic (Lactobacillus acidophilus D2/CSL) to young and adult animals will give:
Improved gut health
Increased yield Reduce Mortality of the flocks
Wastage of eggs
Hazardous residues in sold products
Descrease risk of intestinal dysbiosis”

Product Composition:
Lactobacillus acidophilus

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)