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Friesen Nutrtion Kickstart

KickStart Poultry Specialty Products

Product SKU: PY5550U

 

Friesen Nutrtion
  • Enzymatically Fermented Soybean Meal
  • D-Mannanase
  • Probiotics -6 Viable Microbials “Good Bugs” (2 Bacillus, 2 Lactobacillus, 1 Bifidobacterium, 1 Streptococcus)
  • Prebiotics -“Good Bug” Food—Fermentable and Immune altering carbohydrates of microbial or yeast origin
  • Organic Acids – 4 Protected (Coated) and 6 Un-Protected (including high level of Butyrate)
  • Taste Enhancer/Sweetener
  • Essential Oil (Anethole)
  • Yucca
  • Antioxidants
  • Specific combination and levels of 10 Essential Oils and Spices (Neutraceuticals)

 

  • Prevent muscle loss in lactation, increase milk yield and weaning weights, shorten days to 1st service, improve birth weights with fewer low viable (<1 kg) piglets in NEXT litter.
  • Seed sow feces with beneficial bacteria which end up being consumed by piglets for improved gut development and weaning weights. Healthier sow gut.
  • Prevent backfat loss, especially when appetite is low or in hot weather. Promotes production of quality milk.
  • Sows get more nutrients (mainly energy) from their feed. The result is better body condition, weaning weights and F/G (Lactation feed vs Litter weight).
  • Increased reproductive performance of sows and boars.
  • Lowers pH at various stages along the gut to improve digestion and reduce proliferation of pathogenic organisms.
  • Good food for “Good bugs”, inhibition of bacterial toxins, improves stool consistency, F/G and weaning weights.
  • Enhanced appetite during lactation, improved enzyme secretions into gut, inhibition of pathogenic organisms
  • Increased feed intake, masks any fluctuations in ingredient levels, types or quality in on-farm diets.
  • Higher biopotency than dl-alpha-tocopherol. Helps offset effects of stress or disease challenges.
  • Reduces anti-nutritional compounds normally found in soybean meal. These include trypsin inhibitor, stachyose and raffinose oligosaccharides and B-Conglycinin and Glycinin Antigens
  • Prevents a FIIR (Feed Induced Immune Response) caused by Beta 1-4 Mannans found in Soybean Meal and other Protein Meals and Grains like Wheat.
  • Compete with or exclude gut pathogens to improve microflora balance and gut wellness. Less digestive upsets and less mortality or morbidity from enteric challenges. Better ADG, F/G and Litter Quality.
  • Stimulate the growth of beneficial gut microflora expanding digestive capacity.
  • Bind to pathogens or their binding sites in the gut preventing their attachment and “neutralizing” them. Better ADG and F/G
  • Alter Anti-Inflammatory immune pathways to reduce energy requirements
  • The combination of 10 protected and un-protected acids with different pKa dissociation constants helps lower pH along the entire GI tract. This helps to reduce pathogens and improve digestion.
  • Butyrate is a known preferred “fuel” for villi growth and is especially important in early, rapid gut development in poultry
  • Increases the number of Intestinal Glucose Transporters.
  • Improves energy uptake
  • Prevent and / or bind ammonia in gut to reduce reduce ammonia in blood, manure and barn environment.
  • Known to have anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, immune and pathogen binding properties.
  • Enhance appetite, improve enzyme secretions into gut, inhibit growth of pathogenic microflora and enhance immune response. Better ADG, F/G and Litter Quality
  • Prevent fats and oils in diets from going rancid and inhibiting the health of gut microflora. Less birds “off-feed” or with reduced feed intake, especially in hot months
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