HERBIOTIC FS (Herbal Anti-microbial Growth Promoter)
Higher levels of infecting microbes in the intestine are reported to reduce the production performance of broilers and layers. Antimicrobial growth promoters are commonly used in poultry feed to control the gut microbes. Herbs are a potential source for safe and effective anti-microbial agents. Since their anti-microbial action is multi-directional, there is a greater possibility of controlling pathogenic gut microflora by the use of herbal anti-microbial agents without the possibilities of resistance development.
Herbiotic FS is a herbal anti-microbial feed supplement specially formulated for improving FCR along with growth promotion and performance enhancement in poultry. Herbiotic FS, when added to poultry feed, reduces the level of pathogenic gut microbial population and thereby prevents loss of dietary energy by microbial fermentation. Herbiotic FS also prevents irritation of the intestinal lining and enhances uptake of nutrients from the intestine by mucosal layer. Herbiotic FS has strong anti-microbial activity against common gram-positive and gram-negative pathogenic bacteria. The active components in Herbiotic FS inhibit the metabolism of the microbial cell wall and their antimicrobial activity is principally mediated through structural and functional damage to plasma membranes of pathogens leading to increase in permeability, leakage of ions, ATP, nucleic acids, amino acids, internal pH change etc and inactivation of SH-containing microbial enzymes.
- 1kg, 10 kg & 25 kg Pack.
FEED INCLUSION RATE
For growth promotion in normal farm conditions – 250 gm-500 gm per ton of feed.
When necrotic enteritis, salmonellosis is present at the farm – 500 gm-1 kg per ton of feed.
- To improve feed conversion efficiency and body weight gain.
- To reduce the incidence of infections and mortality.
- To help in the prevention of enteric bacterial diseases.
- To improve feed conversion efficiency, egg production and to extend peak egg production.
- To improve fertility and hatchability in breeder birds.