Poultry

Poultry face multiple challenges from hatching to processing. Our technologies address a number of these challenges:

Broilers

  • Improved welfare:
    • Addresses footpad dermatitis and hock burn
  • Better cocci control
  • Reduced dependency on antibiotics
  • Better Gut Health
  • Reduce ascites
  • Reduce wooden breast
  • Resistance to mycotoxin contamination
  • Faster Growth Rate
  • Better FCR (Feed Conversion Ratio)
  • Improve yield
  • Improved Meat Quality
  • Reduce bone health problems and cage layer fatigue (stronger bones & joints)
  • Adaptation to heat stress
  • Improved resistance to external stresses:
    • Handle temperature fluctuations, transport, and high stocking density better
  • Reduce aggression and competition

Layers

  • Reduced Egg Drop Syndrome
  • Reduced Prolapse
  • Reduced Egg Binding
  • Improved Eggshell Quality with Age
  • Reduced Feather Loss
  • Reduced Feather Pecking and Cannibalism
  • Eggshell quality improvement
  • Sustained egg production
  • Bone health (reducing osteoporosis and cage layer fatigue)
  • Nutritional balance to prevent deficiencies
  • Moult management
  • Improved resistance to external stresses:
    • Handle temperature fluctuations, transport, and high stocking density better
  • Reduce aggression and competition

Turkeys, Ducks, Quail, and Geese

  • Improved Welfare:
    • Addresses footpad dermatitis and hock burn
  • Better Cocci Control:
    • Implementing improved hygiene practices and vaccination protocols.
  • Reduced Dependency on Antibiotics:
    • Enhancing biosecurity measures and implementing alternative health management strategies.
  • Better Gut Health:
    • Using probiotics and prebiotics to maintain intestinal balance.
  • Reduce Ascites:
    • Adjusting dietary formulations to minimize fluid buildup in the abdomen.
  • Reduce Wooden Breast:
    • Optimizing nutrition and genetics to mitigate muscle abnormalities.
  • Respiratory Issues:
    • Improving ventilation systems and minimizing stress factors.
  • Avian Influenza Management:
    • Strict biosecurity measures and vaccination programs.
  • Faster Growth Rate:
    • Formulating diets with optimal nutrient balance for rapid growth.
  • Better FCR (Feed Conversion Ratio):
    • Utilizing feed additives and efficient feeding strategies.
  • Improved Meat Quality:
    • Enhancing dietary formulations to achieve desired meat characteristics.
  • Nutritional Balance:
    • Ensuring diets meet specific nutrient requirements for different stages of growth.
  • Improved Egg Quality:
    • Adjusting diets to enhance shell quality and egg production.
  • Sustained Egg Production:
    • Providing balanced nutrition to support consistent laying.
  • Adaptation to Heat Stress
  • Improved resistance to external stresses:
    • Handle temperature fluctuations, transport, and high stocking density better
  • Reduce aggression and competition