Probios SW is a probiotic feed, consisting of a diverse array of gut friendly microbes that promote rapid and more efficient digestion of food in swine breeding. Probios SW improves the digestibility of ingested foods and accelerates nutrient assimilation, thus enhancing the Feed Conversion Ratio (FCR) and improving their biomass.
This patented technology works as a natural alternative to antibiotic growth promoters, delivers unprecedented energy and amino acid digestibility for pigs, help swine producers' profitability and sustainability goals. Contact us for Probiotics for pigs
Probiotics count: 2* 10^10 cfu/g
Faster growth rate and heavier pigs
Improve feed conversion rate and efficiency 3%
Helps swine producers reduce costs
Maximum feed efficiency for sustainable profitability
Improve gut health and promote the eubiotic balance of intestinal tract
Reduce feces odor and improve the air quality of rearing environment
Healthier pigs and improved immunity
Reduced morbidity and mortality
Comparing with Colistin
Odor before and after
200 gram per MT complete feed
0.1 % Dosage in premixes and concentrates
Immune modulation: The benefit of probiotics with respect to health status and performance is expected to be highest in young animals such as piglets, newly-hatched chickens or calves, because these animals have not yet developed a stable gut microflora. Moreover, when animals undergo therapeutic treatment of diseases with antibiotics, the gut microflora is generally decimated. Therefore, administration of probiotics after antibiotic treatment assists in re-establishing a beneficial gut microflora to prevent the host from recurrent pathogenic colonisation.
Competitive exclusion: The concept of competitive exclusion indicates that cultures of selected, beneficial microorganisms, supplemented to the feed, compete with potentially harmful bacteria in terms of adhesion sites and organic substrates (mainly carbon and energy sources). Probiotics may colonise and multiply in the gut, thereby blocking receptor sites and preventing the attachment of other bacteria including harmful species such as enteropathogenic E. coli or Salmonella. Undoubtedly, probiotics have the potential to decrease the risk of infections and intestinal disorders.
Bacterial antagonism: Probiotic microorganisms, once established in the gut, may produce substances with bactericidal or bacteriostatic properties (bacteriocins) such as lactoferrin, lysozyme, hydrogen peroxide as well as several organic acids. These substances have a detrimental impact on harmful bacteria, which is primarily due to a lowering of the gut pH . A decrease in pH may partially offset the low secretion of hydrochloric acid in the stomach of weanling piglets. In addition, competition for energy and nutrients between probiotic and other bacteria may result in a suppression of pathogenic species .
Immune modulation: The development and activation of the humoral and cellular gut-associated immune system is largely affected by the development of the gut microflora . microbial communities can support the animal's defence against invading pathogens by stimulating gastrointestinal immune response.