Biosprint® in Ruminants: new Marketing Sheet

2021-05-07T15:36:48+00:00April 30th, 2021|

Biosprint® in Ruminants: new Marketing Sheet Through an evident and incisive contribution to the digestive efficiency, Biosprint® is able to improve the production performance of the animals, preserving their general state of health. In ruminants it promotes the fermentation processes, adapting the rumen environment to the needs of the bacterial flora responsible for fiber digestion. The animals improve the capacity to use the energy of the feed and to assimilate the nutrients necessary for high productivity. Useful in challenging and stressful condition such as Would you like to know more about BIOSPRINT® in ruminants? Available the new Biosprint marketing sheet, fill in the form to download! [...]

Prosol receives EU Zootechnical authorizations renewals for its active yeast Biosprint®

2021-03-12T09:08:24+00:00January 22nd, 2021|

Prosol receives EU Zootechnical authorizations renewals for its active yeast Biosprint® We are proud to announce the completion of two authorization renewals for the use in the European Union (EU). They concern the zootechnical feed additive Biosprint® (MUCL™39885), which on 2020 received the authorization renewal for Dairy Cows, Horses and Sows. All authorizations are valid for ten years. “We are very pleased with these achievements –Emanuela Epis, Product Manager at Prosol explains - Our best-known animal feeding solutions like Biosprint® are in the market for 25 years and we continue investing so to achieve the highest quality standards and confirm great performance by supporting several scientific trials.” PROSOL’s animal nutrition team is strongly committed to provide efficient solutions to [...]

Prosol lancia in anteprima al DigitalVetExpo il nuovo petMOD® INTESTINAL R

2021-01-21T09:23:41+00:00January 20th, 2021|

Prosol lancia in anteprima al DigitalVetExpo il nuovo petMOD® INTESTINAL R Novità in casa petMOD®. Prosol lancia una novità nel brand per mangimi complementari dedicati agli animali d’affezione con particolari esigenze nutrizionali e presenta petMOD® INTESTINAL R. L’anteprima al DigitalVetExpo il 30 e 31 Gennaio 2021. La famiglia di prodotti petMOD® si allarga: Prosol lancia petMOD® INTESTINAL R la nuovissima proposta per conigli d’affezione e piccoli roditori (criceti, cavie, cincillà) che arricchisce la gamma di prodotti di alta qualità dedicati al segmento pet-nutrition. La linea petMOD® prevede già 3 referenze principali dedicate a cani e gatti: LEIMUN (per supportare la normale funzione del sistema immunitario), ARTRO (per supportare il metabolismo articolare in caso di osteoartrite) e INTESTINAL (per la [...]

petMOD® ARTRO si rinnova: nuova formula anche per gatti

2020-09-30T13:23:10+00:00September 28th, 2020|

petMOD® ARTRO si rinnova: nuova formula anche per gatti Il mangime dietetico complementare Prosol sviluppato per il benessere articolare di cani di piccola taglia si rinnova e diventa adatto anche alla somministrazione nei gatti. Dalla ricerca Prosol nel petfood nasce la nuova formulazione del mangime dietetico complementare a supporto del metabolismo articolare: petMOD® ARTRO. Da oggi ancora più efficace nel trattamento dell’osteoartrite, la formulazione si arricchisce grazie alla vitamina D3 che insieme ai nucleotidi costituisce un valido aiuto a livello muscolare. L’aggiunta di metionina e manganese, inoltre, lo rende oggi adatto anche alla somministrazione nei gatti. Polvere altamente appetibile e facilità di somministrazione restano caratteristiche cardine del prodotto. PetMOD® ARTRO è disponibile in farmacie e parafarmacie in confezioni da [...]

Benefits of piglet supplementation with nucleotides: the new study

2021-04-14T07:04:48+00:00September 16th, 2020|

Benefits of piglet supplementation with nucleotides: the new study According to a recent study performed by the University of Bologna it was found that the administration of nucleotides mix to suckling piglets and in the very early post-weaning phase is able to anticipate the maturation of the intestinal immunity and microbiota. Nucleotides are considered essential for tissues that require rapid cell replication, among these are the intestinal epithelium and lymphoid cells, which have insufficient de novo synthesis of nucleotides. The presence of nucleotides in the diet to promote growth performance and the development of intestinal immunity and a healthy microbiota is therefore more important when animals are in stressful conditions or when they are in a transient malnutrition, such [...]

I-CARE Hydrolyzed Yeast: the natural way to improve poultry performance

2020-06-24T09:44:39+00:00June 23rd, 2020|

I-CARE Hydrolyzed Yeast: the natural way to improve poultry performance One of the greatest challenges in poultry nutrition is ensuring that broilers consume the quantity of nutrients necessary to ensure proper development and good weight gain. Nutrition can positively affect the performance of these poultry. In particular, hydrolyzed yeast could be used as alternatives to antibiotics thanks to its positive effects on poultry performance even with strong nutritional challange. I-CARE is a hydrolysed yeast from Kluyveromyces fragilis, which has positive effects on poultry performance thanks to high digestibility properties and presence of immune modulating components such as ꞵ-glucans and Mannan oligosaccharides. Yeast cell wall fraction improves villus height (Zhang et al, 2005) and intestinal development of chicks, thus improving [...]

Heat stress in dairy cow: benefits from Biosprint® live yeast supplementation

2020-08-20T15:21:46+00:00June 10th, 2020|

Heat stress in dairy cow: benefits from Biosprint® live yeast supplementation BIOSPRINT® live yeast supplementation during the summer period helps lactating cows maintain their production parameters at optimum efficiency, preventing the negative effects of heat stress on their performance. During the summer months, milk production can drop from 10% to 30%, which is an economic problem for milk producers (St. Pierre et al., 2003). The reduction in milk production is not due just to a reduction in dry matter intake induced by an increase in body temperature, but also to an alteration in the endocrine profile and energy metabolism (Baumgard and Rhoads, 2007), and to other factors that are still unknown (Collier et al., 2008). It has been shown [...]

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