3A PROMUNE

STUDIES CONDUCTED ON S. CEREVISIAE, THE ACTIVE INGREDIENT IN 3A PROMUNE

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3A PROMUNE: REDUCES TOTAL FEED COSTS
A natural source of protein of high biological value that enhances feed efficiency whilst providing protection against common diseases.

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND MANUFACTURING PROCESS

3A PROMUNE consists of a carefully chosen strain of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, which is made up primarily of amino acids and peptides, carbohydrates and salts. These components are involved in building protein, storing or transporting energy and modulating immune function, blood clotting and development. S. cerevisiae also contains other unidentified but important growth factors.

The yeast is grown and fermented under special conditions then dried in the original fermentation medium. This processing method results in an increase in protein content, whilst still maintaining the inherent immune supporting benefits of the yeast. 

Product Features and Benefits: 

  • ·         Improved feed conversion
  • ·         Boosts immunity thus providing protection against harmful pathogens and diseases
  • ·         Enhances feed quality due to its antimicrobial properties
  • ·         Increases daily weight gain, meat and milk production
  • ·         Creates a more beneficial rumen environment
  • 3A PROMUNE 60% PROTEIN

    Feed 3A PROMUNE for a reduction in total feed costs

    Soy Bean Meal

    3A PROMUNE

    Energy

    337kcal/100g

    344kcal/100g

    Protein

    approx. 43%

    60% +

    Anti-nutritional factors

    Many

    None

    Price

    COMPARABLE

    STUDIES CONDUCTED ON S. CEREVISIAE, THE ACTIVE INGREDIENT IN 3A PROMUNE

    A study published in the American Based Research Journal (2013) looked at the effect of S. cerevisiaeinclusion in feed on the performance of broiler birds. A total of 150 Anak broiler chicks were grouped into four groups where they received graded levels (0.5g/kg, 1.0g/kg, 1.5g/kg and 2.0g/kg) of S. cerevisiae in their feed and were observed over 8 weeks.

    Effect of 2.0g/kg of S. cerevisiae in feed on performance of broiler starter

    Parameter 0g 2.0g
    Initial liveweight (g) 115.33 166.00
    Final liveweight (g) 538.89 613.89
    Daily weight gain (g) 20.17 23.69
    Daily feed intake (g) 55.57 56.55
    Feed conversion ratio 2.77 1.89
    Daily protein intake (g) 12.31 12.53
    Protein efficiency ratio 1.64 1.89

    Starter broilers who receivedS. cerevisiae in their feed had significantly (P<0.05) higher daily weight gain, daily feed intake and final live weight than those of the control birds. Birds who received S. cerevisiae in their diet had better feed conversion and protein efficiency ratios.

    Effect of 2.0g/kg of S. cerevisiae in feed on performance of broiler finisher

    Parameter 0g 1.0g
    Initial liveweight (g) 538.89 613.67
    Final liveweight (g) 1957.66 2297.33
    Daily weight gain (g) 50.67 60.13
    Daily feed intake (g) 112.29 127.18
    Feed conversion ratio 2.23 2.12
    Daily protein intake (g) 22.57 25.56
    Protein efficiency ratio 2.25 2.36

    The authors concluded that S. cerevisiae supplementation in feed had a significantly positive effect on broiler performance and thus recommend the inclusion of S. cerevisiae in the diets of broilers and finishers. The authors hypothesised that the immune-enhancing effects of S. cerevisiae could also contribute to the improved performance.

    A study published in Livestock Science (2012) looked at the effect S. cerevisiae had on the antibody production against sheep red blood cells (SRBC) of laying hens (n = 112) among other things. The study showed that antibody titres against SRBC were increased significantly when the diet was supplemented with S. cerevisiae and the authors concluded that inclusion of S. cerevisiae in the diets of laying hens had beneficial effects on egg cholesterol content and humoral immune response. They also found that dietary supplementation with S. cerevisiae improved egg weight and feed conversion, tended to increase daily egg production and decreased the blood serum levels of cholesterol and triglyceride.

    Yalcinet al (2012) Effects of dietary yeast autolysate (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) and black cumin seed (Nigella sativa L.) on performance, egg traits, some blood characteristics and antibody production of laying hens. Livestock Science 145 pg13-20

    DIRECTIONS FOR USE

    Use at a rate of 25kg/MT for poultry, swine and ruminants.

    STABILITY AND STORAGE

    Stable for 2 years when stored in dry conditions

    PACKAGING

    25kg bags 

    Contact Information

    • Phone number

      0043-1-3303903

    • Address

      Hellwagstrasse 4-8, Stiege 1, Top 5 1200-Vienna, Austria