plexopharm products

Probiotic Liquid Form

Used as nutritional tools in poultry feeds for promotion of growth.

Stimulate immune system / Prevent pathogen colonization.

Increase B vitamin synthesis / Improve mineral absorption.

Reduce inflammatory reactions / Modify intestinal microbiota.

Enhance animal performance / Increase production of VFA.

Category : Poultry Products / Probiotics

Packages : Packed in 500 ml Bottle.

Each 1 liter contains:

Lactobacillus bulgaricus 1 x 10⁹CFU
Lactobacillus casei 1 x 10⁹CFU
Lactobacillus plantarum 1 x 10⁹CFU
Lactobacillus lactis 1 x 10⁹CFU
Lactobacillus acidophilus1 x 10⁹CFU
Lactococcus thermophilus1 x 10⁹CFU
Bifidobacterium bifidum1 x 10⁹CFU
Bifidobacterium longum1 x 10⁹CFU
Bacillus subtilis1 x 10⁹CFU
Saccharomyces Cerevisiae100 x 10⁸CFU
Aspergillus Oryza1 x 10⁸CFU
Carrier and dissolventup to 1liter

• Increased bacterial resistance to antibiotics in humans has caused an increase in public

and governmental interest in eliminating sub-therapeutic use of antibiotics in livestock.

An alternative approach to sub-therapeutic antibiotics in livestock is the use of probiotic microorganisms,

prebioticsubstrates that enrich certain bacterial populations, or synbiotic combinations of prebiotics and probiotics.

• Probiotics are widely used in poultry to improve innate and adaptive immunity.

• Inhibition of enteric pathogens by the probiotic has been called bacterial antagonism,

bacterial interference, barrier effect, colonization resistance, and competitive exclusion.

• A number of studies have reported the efficacy of probiotic lactic acid bacteria such as

Streptococcus thermophiles, several Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium species to enhance

the immune response and to protect poultry against different influenza strains/serotypes.

• Various Lactobacillus sp., Enterococcus faecium, Bifidobacterium bifidum

and Aspergillus oryzaeimproved immune response of broiler chickens

and prevented the mortality and morbidity.

• Research over the last century has shown that lactic acid bacteria and certain

other microorganisms can increase resistance to disease and that lactic acid bacteria can be enriched

in the intestinal tract by feeding specific carbohydrates.

• The Bacillus subtilis candidate treatment also demonstrated effective antimicrobial properties

against C. perfringens, which could be due to production of antimicrobial-like compounds

and/or competition for nutrients, Furthermore, the Bacillus spp. showed a variable ability to produce cellulase

and xylanase, hence, in addition to the benefits that spores or vegetative cells can provide as probiotics,

they may improve the digestibility of cereals with high-soluble NSP (Non Starch Polysaccharides).

• Probiotics could be successfully used as nutritional tools in poultry feeds for promotion of growth,

modulation of intestinal microflora and pathogen inhibition, immunomodulation

and promoting meat quality of poultry.

1-Used as nutritional tools in poultry feeds for promotion of growth.

2- Stimulate immune system.

3- Promoting meat quality of poultry.

4- Prevent pathogen colonization.

5- Increase B vitamin synthesis.

6- Improve mineral absorption.

7- Reduce inflammatory reactions.

8- Modify intestinal microbiota.

9- Enhance animal performance.

10- Increase production of VFA.

11- Increase biomass and stool bulking.

12- Used after antibiotics to normalize intestinal microflora

13- Decrease ammonia and urea excretion.

14 – Inhibit toxins and mycotoxins.

15- Decrease carcass contamination.

0.5 – 1 ml/ 2 liter of drinking water