Tylovet 10% Reg. No. G 3770 (Act 36/1947)
Tylovet mg/g premix contains tylosin phosphate, a macrolide antibiotic produced by a strain of Streptomyces fradiae. The tylosin spectrum of activity includes Mycoplasmata, Gram-positive and some Gram-negative bacteria indicated for the treatment and prevention of Porcine Intestinal Adenomatosis (PIA associated with Lawsonia intracellularis and Swine Dysentery caused by Brachyspira hyodysenteriae in pigs. In broilers and pullets Tylovet premix is indicated for the treatment and prevention of respiratory infections caused by Mycoplasma gallisepticum and Mycoplasma synoviae and necrotic enteritis caused by Clostridium perfringens.
Flavomycin 8% Reg. No. G3680 (Act 36/1947) and Flavomycin 0.8% Reg. No. G1203 (Act 36/1947)
Flavomycin contains Flavophospholipol – one of the most active substances inhibiting murein biosynthesis. Specifically, the enzyme glyconsyltransferase, that plays an essential role in the synthesis of the cell wall of Gram-positive bacteria. This enzyme cannot distinguish between flavophospholipol and the natural nurein compound, preventing murein synthesis from taking palce. Damage to the murein layer causes cells to burst. Thanks to the action of Flavomycin the desirale lactobacilli and bifidobacteria remain unharmed. Flavomycin is therefore effective at very low doses, improving weight gain and feed efficiency in broiler chickens.
Glutex is the well-known DOW brand for Glutaraldehyde, an effective broad spectrum biocide.
STALDREN® is an effective, dry disinfecting Danish product, which has been tested by recognised international laboratories as a hygienic disinfectant. This hygiene remedy is available in a powder form, which has a broad effect on dampness, smell, as well as bacterial and fungal spores.
Why use STALDREN®?
- pH neutral
- No phosphates
- Gentle to the environment
- Binds ammonia
- No clumps
- Does not contain Bentonite
- Effective against bacteria and fungi
Hostazym® X is a unique enzyme, standardised on 1,4-β Xylanase activity but containing several other activities as well. Hostazym® X is produced via a surface fermentation process, which inherently makes Hostazym® X a very robust and stable enzyme.
Due to its double Xylanase action, working on soluble (viscosity reduction) as well as on in-soluble (release of nutrients) arabino-xylans, Hostazym® X works very on a number of substrates. These include corn, barley as well as in wheat based diets.
Hostazym® X is available in 2 different forms and in multiple concentrations, each suitable for a specific application:
- Hostazym® X 250 L Reg. No. V 20946 (Act 36/1947) – A liquid form used for post pelleting liquid application processes
- Hostazym® 250 Reg. No. V 20948 (Act 36/1947) and Hostazym® X 100 Reg. No. V 20949 (Act 36/1947) – A granular form, used in mash and pelleted feeds
Hostazym® P is an E.coli derived 6-phytase, produced by the yeast Pichia pastoris in a submerged fermentation process. Hostazym® P has been developed by researchers of the Cornell university in the USA and bears some specific selected features.
These features include:
- Broad pH range – Hostazym® P is particularly effective in animal diets as it works optimal at a broad pH range
- Pepsin resistance – Hostazym® P is insensitive to degradation by pepsin
- Fast acting – Higher rate of phosphorus release
- Thermostability – Microgranulation technology and superior coating to protect against high temperatures at pelleting conditions
Hostazym® P is available in 3 different forms and in multiples concentrations, each suitable for a specific application:
A coated form, used for pelleted feed
- Hostazym® P 10 000 PF Reg. No. V22976 (Act 36/1947)
- Hostazym® P 5000 PF Reg. No. V22973 (Act 36/1947)
A liquid form used for post pelleting liquid application processes
- Hostazym® P 10 000 Liquid Reg. No. V22972 (Act 36/1947)
- Hostazym® P 5000 Liquid Reg. No. V22974 (Act 36/1947)
A granular form, used in mash and pelleted feeds
- Hostazym® P 10 000 Reg. No. V22975 (Act 36/1947)
- Hostazym® P 5000 Reg. No. V20947 (Act 36/1947)
Tylosin is a macrolide bacteriostatic antibiotic. The antibacterial spectrum of tylosin is mainly Gram-positive. Tylosin is active in vitro against Mycoplasma spp isolated from fowls and against several species of spirochaetes including leptospria.
Doxyveto-50s PLUS Reg. No. G 3701 (Act 36/1947)
Doxycycline is a broad spectrum antibiotic belonging to the group of tetracyclines. It has a bacteriostatic action againt both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. It acts by binding to the bacterial ribosome which leads to an inhibition of the protein synthesis.
Mold-Nil Reg. No. V 25483 (Act 36/1947)
Mold-Nil animal feed additive is a blend of organic acids and phytochemicals, selected for their effectiveness against molds in grains. The formulation has a minimized amount of free propionic acid, a reduced amount of total propionic acid and a maximized amount of buffered propionic acid. Mold-Nil Pro is designed to be less corrosive to machinery and effective against a broad spectrum of molds in grains to protect nutrients and extend shelf life.
Unike® Plus Reg. No. V 25335 (Act 36/1947)
Unike® Plus is a mycotoxin binder that provides maximum protection not only against ingested mycotoxins, but also against the negative effects of absorbed mycotoxins; and it works equally well for sows, boars, and piglets.
Adsorbate® Reg. No. V 26602 (Act 36/1947)
Adsorbate® a competitive clay bentonite to assist in absorbing toxins.
Dosage: 1 – 3 kg/mt feed.
SALMO – NIL DRY Reg. No. V 26603 and SALMO – NIL LIQUID Reg. No. V 25485
SALMO – NIL is a spray-dried mixture of salts of organic acids and their free acids. It has been formulated for the control of harmful microorganism in the feed with special function against Salmonella.
- Decontamination of Salmonella critical raw materials and feedstuffs
- Residual protection against re- and cross-contamination
- Broad spectrum activity against other foodborne pathogens and mould and yeast growth
TOXY-NIL® DRY Reg. No. V26467 (Act 36/1947) & TOXY-NIL® PLUS DRY Reg. No. V26498 (Act 36/1047)
TOXY-NIL® is a reliable, cost effective solution to inactivate mycotoxins (in particular more polar mycotoxins) and minimise negative effects of mycotoxins on animal productivity.
Albac® Reg. No. G 0066 (Act 36 of 1947)
Albac® helps in lowering intestinal counts of C. perfringens as well as other pathogenic bacteria, this promotes a healthy gut flora and higher nutrient absorption. The benefits include consistent performance after long time use and continued effective in extreme weather conditions.
Sanacore® EN Reg. No. G3680 (Act 36/1947)
Helps to prevent the consequences of microbial challenges through its broad spectrum anti-bacterial effect as well as strengthening of the intestinal barrier. It is applied in programs that aim to reduce antimicrobials and zinc oxide in poultry or pigs. It is optimum blend for antibacterial support and gut improvement.
KRAVE® AP has been developed specifically to stimulate appetite and feed intake during lactation to overcome the challenges to productivity and profit associated with inadequate sow feed intake. The associated benefits being Improved sow milk production, Heavier litters at weaning and Improved sow productivity and longevity.
Optisweet™ Reg. No. V278844 (Act 36/1974)
Optisweet™ is a complex blend of high intensity sweeteners and enhancers developed specifically to encourage and improve feed intake in pigs. Encouraging feed intake with Optisweet™ can overcome the effect of the nutrient gap on pig performance and allow genetic potential for growth to be achieved.
Gusti Plus Reg. No. V27848 (Act 36/1947)
Gusti Plus is a powerful flavour enhancer designed to improve feed intakes. Gusti Plus will provide feed with an aroma and taste that is extremely attractive to livestock and will stimulate appetite and encourage feeding allowing higher feed intakes to be achieved.
Is a prebiotic additive rich in β-Glucans and mannanoligosaccharides (MOS), derived from the Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast cell wall. It prevents colonization of the intestinal tract by pathogens, stimulates the immune activity of the phagocytic cells, enhances the action of beneficial bacteria such as Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria, making an immunological wall against diseases. The benefits include increased feed efficiency, growth rate while reducing mortality.