Farmed poultry is constantly subject to intestinal dysbiosis, which can lead to serious pathologies (acute inflammation) or subclinical conditions associated with low yield (growth, laying and ICA) and poor quality of eggs produced (lack of uniformity, fragile eggs, etc.).
Furthermore, this dysbiosis lowers environmental quality in farm areas (increased humidity, ammonia and pathogens of faecal origin) and reduces hygiene and safety levels of both meat and eggs.
Constant use of probiotics added to the water or feed of poultry and laying hens can improve the health and yield of poultry. Sacco System has conducted a thorough selection of naturally occurring strains of probiotic lactic acid bacteria (selected from the intestine of poultry and laying hens), offering an entirely natural restoration of the microbial balance in the intestine.
Lactobacillus acidophilus D2/CSL (CECT 4529) is a probiotic lactic acid bacteria isolated from the intestine of chickens and represents a natural solution to prevent intestinal dysbiosis in laying hens and poultry for meat:
improves the health and productivity of animals, both in quantitative and qualitative terms (stronger eggshell, increased viscosity of albumen, etc.)
naturally colonizes the gastrointestinal habitat of poultry and lives in symbiosis with the animal, stimulating the immune system and transfer of the naturally occurring microbiota to the chick
improves digestive function by fermenting carbohydrates and producing lactic acid, which is an additional source of energy that can be used by the host
acts against putrefying bacteria, which cause inflammation and disease (in particular coliforms and clostridia), therefore preventing intestinal dysbiosis, diarrhea and their negative effects on the farm environment
allows a reduction in the use of antibiotics, in line with modern “antibiotic-free” farming techniques
Lactobacillus acidophilus D2/CSL (CECT 4529) is available in addition to drinking water and feed: get in touch for more information!