A strain of Bacillus subtilis
Two strains of B. amyloliquefaciens (1011 spores/gram)
Symbiotic that is added to feed, to ensure health and intestinal integrity in poultry (replacement pullets, broilers, laying hens, broiler breeders and turkeys).
Amount to mix, 100 g per metric ton feed for poultry (replacement pullets, broilers, laying hens, broiler breeders and turkeys).
No withdrawal time required.
of 106 spores of probiotic strains per gram of food consumed by the poultry birds, providing the proper funcional dosage.
the enzymes activity in the intestine.
Probiotic and Prebiotic
ingredients that modulate the intestinal microbiome.
to the temperature and humidity of the pelleting process.
Role of a Bacillus subtilis direct-fed microbial on digesta viscosity, bacterial translocation, and bone mineralization in turkey poults fed with a rye-based diet
Juan D. Latorre1, Xochitl Hernandez-Velasco2, Michael H. Kogut3, Jose L.Vicente4, RossWolfenden4, AmandaWolfenden1, Billy M. Hargis1,Vivek A. Kuttappan1 and GuillermoTellez…
Selection of Bacillus spp. for cellulase and xylanase production as direct-fed microbials to reduce digesta viscosity and Clostridium perfringens proliferation using an in vitro digestive model in different poultry diets
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Evaluation of germination, distribution, and persistence of Bacillus subtilis spores through the gastrointestinal tract of chickens
D. Latorre ,* X. Hernandez-Velasco ,† G. Kallapura ,* A. Menconi ,* N. R. Pumford ,* M. J. Morgan ,* S. L. Layton ,‡ L. R. Bielke ,* B. M. Hargis ,* and G. Tellez…
Evaluation of a Bacillus direct-fed microbial candidate on digesta viscosity, bacterial translocation, microbiota composition and bone mineralisation in broiler chickens fed on a ryebased diet
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