The solution for the gut health in poultry
SILOhealth Poultryis a synergic combination of 1-monoglycerides of short and medium chain fatty acids: C3-C4-C5-C6-C7-C8-C9-C10-C12, developed to keep the optimal gut efficiency in broilers, breeders and laying hens in all breeding situations.
SILOhealth Poultry is widely used in case of challenge by Salmonella infantis, typhimurium, enteritidis, E. coli and Clostridium perfringens.
- ESupport gut health in presence of Salmonella spp., E. coli, Clostridium perfringens, coccidiosis threat
- EStrongly increase the gut integrity in presence of coccidiosis
- EPerforms used in birds vaccinated against coccidiosis to contrast necrotic enteritis outbreaks effect, which enhances the digestion of other dietary lipids
- Eno negative effects on Lactobacillus
- EUsed to improve litter quality, FCR
- EIn breeders and laying hens: it increases eggshell quality, pigments and nutrients absorption, productive and reproductive performance
- EAvailable in dry and liquid form, for feed and drinking water applications
- ENon corrosive
- ENeutral taste and odor
- EPackaging: 25 kg bag, big bags, 20 kg cans, 1000 kg IBC
- EHeat stable up to 200 ° C
- ECompatible with all ingredients of feed and premixes
- EProduced in GMP+ / ISO / QS / FamiQS certified facilities
0.3 – 1 kg/ton of feed
Tosi G. 2017. Efficacy of a specific composition of short- and medium chain monoglycerides in controlling Clostridium perfringens induced necrotic enteritis. – PSA Annual Meeting. Orlando 2017, Section: Immunology, Health and Disease II.
Gong J.; Leeson S., et al. 2018. Effects of fatty acid glyceride product SILOhealth on the growth performance and carcass composition of broiler chickens. – Poultry Science 0:1–9
Tosi G. 2018. Efficacy of specific compositions of 1-Monoglycerides of short- and medium chain fatty acids in controlling Salmonella typhimurium and other serotypes of Salmonella spp. in broiler chickens and in vitro conditions. – PSA Annual Meeting. Dubrovnik 2018, Session: Poultry Health 2 / Microorganisms