Baccillus subtilis, Baccilus licheniformis are both spore forming micro organisms. Because they are in spore form, they can survive 100 degrees C and safe to add to pelleted feed. There is also no loss of spores in storage facilities.
The main benefit of a probiotic is to control intestinal infections in livestock and enhance production. They can also increase nutrient digestion and absorption in the host animal.
For poultry, it can prevent the onset of diseases caused by Salmonella or E.coli. Studies show feeding dairy cattle probiotics can increase milk yield. Probiotics exhibit even higher performance benefits in young animals like chicks and calves.
Overall benefits of using DFM-500: