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GalliPro® Max promotes weight gain, feed efficiency in necrotic enteritis challenge studies

GalliPro® Max promotes weight gain, feed efficiency in necrotic enteritis challenge studies

News   •   Jun 20, 2016 18:35 GMT

New US field studies show that in broilers induced with necrotic enteritis (NE), combining GalliPro® Max (Bacillus subtilis) with in-feed antibiotics leads to better production performance than treatment with antibiotics alone.

Lactiferm® WS improves performance, meat quality and livability in broilers

Lactiferm® WS improves performance, meat quality and livability in broilers

News   •   Jun 20, 2016 17:08 GMT

​A new study shows that adding Lactiferm® WS (Enterococcus faecium) to drinking water markedly improves broiler livability, growth performance and meat quality.

Improve broiler performance on lower-cost diets with 'Flexible Feed Formulation'

Improve broiler performance on lower-cost diets with 'Flexible Feed Formulation'

News   •   Jun 13, 2016 21:43 GMT

New research from Chr. Hansen confirms that GalliPro® — a direct-fed microbial (DFM) for poultry containing a unique strain of Bacillus subtilis — allows producers to reduce energy, protein and amino-acid content in feed, without reducing broiler performance. GalliPro® is marketed as GalliPro® Max in the US.

GalliPro® improves broiler performance on protein-reduced diets

GalliPro® improves broiler performance on protein-reduced diets

News   •   Jun 13, 2016 15:22 GMT

A new UK study shows that GalliPro® helps broilers absorb more protein from wheat-based diets, allowing producers to cut feed costs, without cutting performance.

Unlocking market potential: Probiotic use in poultry in the EU

Unlocking market potential: Probiotic use in poultry in the EU

News   •   Jun 13, 2016 10:00 GMT

With proven performance, economic and welfare benefits, probiotics have major market potential in the European poultry industry. But in a recent article in International Poultry Production, Chr. Hansen poultry consultant Alfred Blanch wrote that to realize this potential, it is first necessary to understand the unique challenges facing the poultry and probiotic sectors in the EU.