An innovative approach to improve performance and survival rate in aquatic species, especially in periods of threat by gram-negative bacteria.
SILOhealth 108 is a synergic combination of 1-monoglycerides of short and medium chain fatty acids, developed to improve the SGR and FCR in marine and freshwater fish, and in crustaceans.
SILOhealth 108 mode of action is specie independent: the product is active from mouth to anus, independently from the digestion transit time. The monoglyceride form allows the product to reach the deeper tracts of the digestive apparatus, to permeate biological membranes and to be taken up by tissues such as the liver and hepatopancreas.
Beneficial Lactobacillus is not inhibited by SILOhealth 108.
The product is available in liquid form or in powder form to be incorporated into the pellets or to be supplemented “on top”.
- EImproves SGR
- EDeacreases FCR
- EPerforms emulsifying effect, which enhances the digestion of other dietary lipids
- ENo negative effects on Lactobacillus
- EHas a specie-independent mode of action
- EAvailable in dry and liquid form
- EAvailable in 25 kg bag, 750 kg big bag, 20 kg can, 1000 kg IBC
- ENon corrosive
- EHeat stable up to 200 ° C
- ENeutral taste and odour
- EProduced in GMP+ certified facilities
Rimoldi, S.; Terova, G. 2018. Effect of a specific composition of short- and medium-chain fatty acid 1-Monoglycerides on growth performance and gut microbiota of gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata) – PeerJ
Parini, M. Calligaris, M. 2018. 1-Monoglycerides of short and medium chain fatty acids can reduce antibiotic treatments to control Yersinia ruckeri and Flavobacterium psychrophilum in trout. Aquafeed – Vol. 10, Nov. 2018
Parini, M. 2016. A specific composition of short and medium chain 1-Monoglycerides to prevent EMS and to control Vibrio parahaemolyticus, Aeromonas spp., Streptococcus uberis, Flavobacterium spp., Yersinia ruckery, Pseudomonas spp., and other pathogenic bacteria in aquatic species. Aquafeed, Vol. 8, issue 2
Calligaris, M. 2018. 1-Monoglycerides of Short- and Medium Chain Fatty acids proved to improve the survival rate of yellow tuna (Thunnus albacares) at early developmental stages. European Aquaculture Society annual meeting, Montpellier. Session: General contributed – Feed
Parini, M. 2017. 1-Monoglycerides of short- and medium chain fatty acids: an innovative tool to improve performance in sea bream (Sparus Aurata) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus Mykkis), and to control Yersinia ruckeri, Flavobacterium psychrophilum, Vibrio spp. and Tenacibaculum maritimum. European Aquaculture Society annual meeting, Dubrovnik. Section: Nutrition – Novel Feed Ingredients