Biosprint® receives EU Zootechnical Authorization for Pigs for fattening

2022-03-22T12:13:33+00:00March 22nd, 2022|

Biosprint® receives EU Zootechnical Authorization for Pigs for fattening February 2022 In addition to the existing authorisations for sows and weaned piglets, Prosol has recently received the EU authorization for its live yeast Biosprint® (MUCL 39885) now allowed as a feed additive for pig for fattening. “We are delighted to receive this new EU authorization for Biosprint which further confirm the improvements live yeast products can have on animal performances and health - commented Emanuela Consuelo Epis, Global Product Manager at Prosol - This authorization has been achieved thanks to the dedication of the whole Prosol animal nutrition team, and we continue working so to achieve the highest quality standards and confirm results by supporting several scientific trials.” New [...]

Use of a live yeast to Reduce Methane Production in Ruminants

2022-04-19T07:36:43+00:00March 18th, 2022|

Use of a live yeast to Reduce Methane Production in Ruminants Methane emissions from ruminant livestock contribute significantly to the large environmental footprint of agriculture. Ruminant production accounts for about 81% of Greenhouse Gases (GHG) from the livestock sector, 90% of which results from rumen microbial methanogenesis 1 . A considerable worldwide research effort has investigated various mitigation strategies and the ruminant farmers are putting in a lot of effort to improve the sustainability of their operations, with reduction of methane emissions (one of the most potent greenhouse gases) being a top priority. How methane is produced by Ruminants In ruminants, methane production is linked to fibre digestion: methanogens bacteria consume the hydrogen produced [...]

Prosol Interview with Feedinfo: Live Yeast’s Impact on Rumen Microbiome Key to Industry’s Sustainability & Economic Objectives

2022-01-14T15:29:11+00:00January 14th, 2022|

Prosol Interview with Feedinfo: Live Yeast’s Impact on Rumen Microbiome Key to Industry’s Sustainability & Economic Objectives Emanuela Epis, Product Manager for Biosprint and Paolo Carcano, Technical Product Manager Prosol, sat down with Feedinfo to talk through how Biosprint can foster rumen integrity and create the optimal microbiome conditions that can lead to efficiencies in feed conversion in ruminants. Live Yeast’s Impact on Rumen Microbiome is the Key to Industry’s Sustainability & Economic Objectives. Read the full interview here

Prosol Interview with Feedinfo: “Demedicalising Trend Boosts Yeast’s Prospects”

2021-08-26T10:56:59+00:00July 19th, 2021|

Prosol Interview with Feedinfo: “Demedicalising Trend Boosts Yeast’s Prospects” Daniele Bonvicini, our Managing Director at Prosol S.p.A., had a talk with Feedinfo about Yeast’s Prospects in the animal nutrition market. In this Feedinfo perspectives interview we discuss how yeast products are in a position to provide valide alternatives in animal nutrition programs. In today’s conversation, in particular, Prosol unpacks the mode of action of the company’s yeasts and yeast derivatives and the recent research done around their efficacy in animal nutrition. Click here to check the interview!

Heat Stress in dairy cows: how to preserve ruminants from heat stress damages

2021-10-14T15:21:19+00:00July 12th, 2021|

Heat Stress in dairy cows: how to preserve ruminants from heat stress damages Heat stress is one of the major problems can negatively impact the welfare and the health of ruminants in every part of world. Dairy cow thermal comfort range is between 5 and 25°c: with rising outdoor temperatures, a cow’s body temperature also rises. Heat stress comes when temperature and humidity are over the levels that the cows can tolerate, which can adversely mining both their welfare and production. A less DM intake, reduced rumen efficiency and decreased ruminal pH are some of the major problems associated with heat stress in dairy cows wich, ultimately, result to a decrease of milk production and quality, and increase sanitary [...]

Biosprint® in Ruminants: new Marketing Sheet

2021-10-14T15:20:53+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  transition and lactating phase, feed change, digestive problems, low Intake, heat stress. 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®

2021-09-09T13:32:44+00:00January 22nd, 2021|

Prosol receives EU Zootechnical authorizations renewals for its active yeast Biosprint® We are proud to announce the completion of three authorization renewals for the use in the European Union (EU). They concern the zootechnical feed additive Biosprint® (MUCL™39885), which received the authorization renewal for Dairy Cows, Horses, Sows and weaned piglets. 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 the [...]

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

2022-04-19T10:18:46+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

2021-09-21T08:55:26+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 [...]

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