Beer Yeast Cell Wall Powder (Beta Glucan & MOS)

  • Color: Light yellow to brown
  • Moisture: max 6%
  • Appearance: fine powder 100 mesh
  • Crude protein: min 40%
  • Beta 1.3/1.6-D Glucan content: min 20%
  • Mannan oligosaccharides (MOS): min 20%
  • Function: immunity enhancer for animal.
  • Packing: 20/25-Kg Bag
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We use fresh brewer’s yeast as raw material from well-known brewing factories in Vietnam to make out beer yeast yeast cell wall with modern bio-engineering technology through high efficient wall-breaking, directional enzymolysis, separation and purification process, etc. It’s rich in functional immune polysaccharides such as β-glucan and mannan, so it is a natural and effective immune promoter. It is efficient and safe, non-toxic side effects and can partly replace antibiotics, which is the optimal choice for green aquaculture.

Function:

  • Promote the immune organ development, enhance immune system function, strengthen anti-stress ability, and reduce disease incidence
  • Promote the beneficial bacteria proliferation, inhibition of pathogenic bacteria in intestinal engraftment, and maintain the body metabolic balance;
  • Effectively adsorb mycotoxins, especially has better adsorption effect for zearalenone;
  • Speed up growth, increase the rate of weight gain, and lower feed conversion ratio;
  • Strengthen the hematopoietic function, and improve the appearance indicators of fur;
  • Synergistically improve vaccine titer.

Application:

  • By adding yeast cell wall to piglet feed, it can greatly reduce the incidence rate of intrauterine retarded piglet and stillbirth quantity, while it can significantly increase weaned litter weight and litter weight gain.
  • By adding yeast cell wall into sow feed can increase the broiler’s average weight
  • By adding yeast cell wall into sow feed, it can obviously increase lactoprotein, lactose and nonfat solid before galactopoietic, and enhance milk quality, thus it will lay a good foundation for the later growth of piglets

 

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