Chicken & Poultry
Poultry NRG increases cell metabolism, cell renewal and cell regeneration; Furthermore, it has also been proven to reduce the damaging effects of exogenous free radicals as per studies conducted at the institute for cell biology test systems, Dartsch Scientific GmbH.
POULTRY NRG INCREASES APPETITE AND IMPROVES FEED CONVERSION RATIOS.
Customer feedback from Poultry producers is that the use of POULTRY NRG promotes a favourable environment in both broiler and egg production across all conditions, from Free Range to Barn and also in Cage.
Positive micro-organisms are promoted in the gut of the bird, thus reducing diarrhoeal diseases and germs in animal excrement. The immune system is strengthened, increasing the overall vitality of the animals and reducing stress.
- Feed transition stresses are greatly reduced
- Performance stabilized (Even growth and size)
- Birds become quieter and more relaxed
- Significant reduction in respiratory diseases
- Reduction in litter removal
- Flies and parasites are reduced
- Barn/ Shed environment improved
- Reduction in toxic emissions and odour
- Water quality improved
INCREASED VITALITY, AND FEED INTAKE
Multikraft Probiotic POULTRY NRG improves the feed intake of birds and has a positive effect on their vitality. According to practical reports, the stronger immune system and improved overall health, has significant benefits including:
- Lower operational costs,
- Reduction in bird death due to increase in vitality
- Daily bird growth and quality increased.
- Cleaner, Healthier, Sustainable
FLY AND PARASITE CONTROL
Flies only lay their eggs in rotting matter as this provides nourishment for the larvae. The use of MICRO BALANCE in the entire shed prevents decay-forming processes and removes the habitat for fly larvae.
Multikraft Probiotics repression of decay-forming processes also has a positive effect in other areas of poultry production. Slurry, liquid and solid manure are significantly less odorous and are more beneficial to soil and plants by using Multikraft Probiotics.