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Benefits of using live yeast in sheep feed

Benefits of using live yeast in sheep feed

Today, the benefits of living yeast are recognized worldwide, supported by all our experience and knowledge of yeast and supported by strong results from research conducted in institutions of international renown.

Reception Benefits
It induces more efficiently the consumption of concentrated foods
Reduces the incidence of diarrhea
Increases daily weight gain
Improves feed conversion
Strengthens the immune system by decreasing digestive problems (especially those caused by E. coli and
Salmonella) and respiratory
Allows rationalization of the use of antibiotics
It favors the microbiological balance of the whole digestive, improving the process of digestibility

Stabbed / Confined Benefits
Improves weight gain
Helps maintain the microbiological balance of the rumen, favoring the digestive process and improving efficiency
ruminal
Stimulates the immune system, which improves the productive response
Improves feed conversion
Increases dry matter intake
Reduces the incidence of acidosis and laminitis problems
Increases the digestibility of energy in the diet
Reduces the negative effects of calorie "stress"
Improves carcass yield

Grazing Benefits
Improves digestibility of low and medium quality pastures
Increases daily weight gain
Increases energy availability for growth
Helps maintain the microbiological balance of the rumen, favoring the digestive process and improving the
ruminal efficiency
It increases the milk production of the matrices, resulting in heavier calves
Stimulates the immune system, which improves the productive response
Improves feed conversion
Reduces the negative effects of calorie "stress"
Improves carca

Composition
BIOSAF Procreatin7 is a concentrate of live yeast (cios) with a minimum content of 10 billion CFU/g (Colony Forming Units/gram) of the product.

Mode of Action
1. Eliminates the residual oxygen present in the
Yeast is a facultative microorganism that has the ability to consume the oxygen present in the rumen that is toxic to the beneficial bacteria, promoting an increase of these bacterial populations.
2. Stabilizes ruminal pH
It promotes the growth of bacteria that consume lactate (eg Selenomonas ruminantium), reducing the problems of ruminal acidosis.
3. It stimulates the production of volatile fatty acids (VFAs)
By promoting the growth of the microorganisms of the rumen, it increases the degradation of the food and the production of AGVs, which represent up to 2/3 of the available energy to the ruminants.

Comments
The specialized literature shows that the continuous use of live yeasts improves the immune response, increasing the resistance to health challenges and improving the response to vaccinations. In dairy cows, milk somatic cell count is significantly reduced, as shown by labor carried out by Embrapa's CNPGL Team.

Doses
1 to 2g/head/day
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Postado Por: Allan Rômulo

Allan Rômulo
Veterinarian, entrepreneur founder of Univittá Saúde Animal, postgraduate degree in business administration by FGV. Formulator and developer of technologies for animal nutrition, with experience in veterinary marketing and sale of concept products.

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