Poultry Feed

poultry feed

Neubiomix: For Good Gut  Health

Pathogenic bacteria colonize in the gastrointestinal tract of the bird and cause persistent problem for the poultry. Gut epithelium of the chicken are constantly assaulted by the entero pathogenic and enteroinvasive bacteria in to the digestive tract. The normal gut flora consisting of various microbial  population   of  chicken  helps  in digestion and prevents   colonization of the intestinal  wall  by  undesirable bacteria  like Clostridium, E.coli  and  Salmonella.  Microaerophilic lactic acid bacteria  viz. lactobacilli, bifidobacteria and streptococci  are predominant normal flora  of  the digestive system.

The  normal desirable gut floral population comes down by using frequent and  prolong use of gut acting  antibiotics  and systemic antibiotics  and  thus there is overgrowth  of potentially invasive and  pathogenic bacteria  and several  harmful symptoms like bacterial enteritis, septicemia and loose droppings develop which leads to  production   losses.

Neubiomix contains high  count of live lyophilized culture of desirable  lactic acid  bacteria which keep  on proliferating in the gut  microenvironment and  suppress the overgrowth of  undesirable bacteria.

Benefits of Neubiomix:
  • Reduces  unwarranted use of antibiotics
  • Improves adsorption  and   assimilation of  gut nutrients through  gut epithelium
  • Regulates small intestine  pH due to lactic acid and other organic  acid  secretion by lactic acid bacteria.
  • Less incidence  of enteritis  and  loose droppings
  • Suppress growth of entro invasive  and enteropathogenic  bacteria like Clostridium, E.coli and Salmonella.
Composition

Each Kg contains 1000   billion colony forming units (cfu) of
Lactobacillus acidophilus,
Lactobacillus plantarum, Bifidobacterium bifidus
Sacchromyces crevisiae
Candida rugosa  in water soluble carrier.

Dosage

Through feed:
Starter feed:   100g/ton of feed
Grower/Finisher/Layer/Breeder feed: 50g/ton of feed

Through water:
Chicks:   1g/liter water in first week
Layers/Broiler/Breeders: 1g/in 4 liters of water
Or as directed by nutritionist/Veterinarian