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Animal Health

Our probiotic solutions for animal health promote improved digestion, immunity, and overall well-being in livestock, pets, and aquatic species. They provide a natural way to enhance animal health and productivity, reducing the need for antibiotics.

Use of Microbes in the Animal Health

Microbes play a crucial role in promoting animal health and welfare across various farming sectors, including pastoral (livestock), poultry, and aquaculture. These beneficial microorganisms offer sustainable and eco-friendly solutions to enhance digestion, improve disease resistance, boost immunity, manage stress, and optimize overall productivity. At Universal Microbes, we recognize the significance of microbial applications in animal farming and provide specialized products and expertise to support the health and performance of livestock, poultry, and aquatic organisms.

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Probiotics for Gut Health

Beneficial microbes, known as probiotics, are used in animal farming to maintain a healthy gut microbiota. Probiotics, such as certain strains of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, improve digestion, enhance nutrient absorption, and strengthen the immune system of animals. These microbes compete with harmful pathogens, prevent their colonization, and reduce the incidence of digestive disorders.


Pond Management in Aquaculture

In aquaculture, microbes play a vital role in pond management. Beneficial bacteria and enzymes are used to maintain water quality, break down organic waste, and prevent the buildup of harmful substances. They enhance the decomposition of uneaten feed and fecal matter, reducing the risk of disease outbreaks and improving the overall health of aquatic organisms.

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Silage & Feed Additives

Microbes are used in silage production and feed additives to improve the nutritional value and palatability of animal feed. Beneficial bacteria, such as Lactobacillus plantarum, facilitate the fermentation process, reducing spoilage, enhancing nutrient availability, and improving feed digestibility.

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Disease Control & Biosecurity

Microbes are employed in disease control and biosecurity measures to minimize the use of antibiotics and chemical treatments. Specific microbial strains, such as Bacillus subtilis and Pseudomonas fluorescens, produce antimicrobial compounds that inhibit the growth of pathogens. They help control common livestock and poultry diseases, such as salmonellosis, coccidiosis, and respiratory infections.

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Immunity Enhancement & Stress Management

Certain microbial strains, such as Bacillus subtilis and Saccharomyces cerevisiae, stimulate the production of immune-modulating compounds and enhance the animal's natural defense mechanisms. These microbes strengthen the immune system, making animals more resistant to diseases and infections. Additionally, specific microbial species have the ability to produce stress-reducing compounds, helping animals cope with stressful situations and improving overall stress management.

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Environmental Management

Microbes contribute to the management of animal waste and environmental sustainability. Certain bacterial strains are employed to break down manure and organic waste, reducing odor emissions, preventing water and soil contamination, and promoting nutrient recycling.

At Universal Microbes, we offer a range of specialized microbial products tailored for animal health management in pastoral, poultry, and aquaculture farming. Our products are developed with stringent quality control measures, ensuring efficacy, safety, and compatibility. We work closely with farmers, veterinarians, and industry professionals, providing technical expertise and ongoing support to help optimize animal health, welfare, and performance.

Contact us today to discover how our microbial solutions can enhance animal health, improve productivity, and promote sustainable farming practices in the pastoral, poultry, and aquaculture sectors.

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