The growth performance of livestock and poultry can be maximized by improving the function and health of the gastrointestinal tract, especially by using high-fiber diets. Since endogenous enzymes or rumen microbes cannot effectively hydrolyze high-fiber diets, adding some additives, such as fibrolytic enzymes, probiotics and yeasts, to these diets can be a suitable solution for improving fiber digestion and/or for maintaining the functionality of the gastrointestinal microbiota. Fibrolytic enzymes have become importance because they can improve nutrient digestibility and animal performance. Probiotics (bacteria/yeasts) are also among the major feed additives that can support rumen microbial activity and improve intestinal health by maintaining microbial balance.
Total Lactic Acid Count 5.0 × 108(CFUs/g)
Total Spore Forming Count 1.0 × 108(CFUs/g)
Probiotic supplements are usually used to develop and stabilize intestinal flora, especially before animals are under stress such as transport, handling, or changes in diet. Industrial enzymes can help degradation a wide range of feed ingredients that are usually left unused. A combination of probiotics and enzymes increases the digestion efficiency of the different feed ingredients.
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