Aviplus® S

AviPlus®S ist die 3. Generation der Vetagro Produkte für Schweine. Eine synergistische Mischung organischer Säuren und naturidentischer Substanzen. AviPlus®S ist auf europäischer Ebene als Zusatzstoff registriert.

EFFIZIENZ

AviPlus® S ist die 3. Generation innovativer Vetagro Produkte für Schweine.

AviPlus® S ist ein bei der Europäischen Union registrierter Futtermittelzusatzstoff, der eine positive Wirkung auf das Wachstum und die Leistung von gesunden Schweinen zeigt.

Bedingungen wie Stress, Enteritis und Dysbakteriosis haben eine negative Wirkung auf die Gesundheit, die Integrität und die Funktion des Darms und verringern die Futtermitteleffizienz. AviPlus® S S hilft, die Integrität des Darmepithels wiederherzustellen, wobei Wachstumsleistungen und Futtermittelumwandungsquote der Ferkel verbessert werden. Der Wirkmechanismus von AviPlus® S basiert auf den einzigartigen Eigenschaften seiner Bestandteile, die auf synergistische Weise die Funktion der Darmbarriere verbessern und folglich die Effizienz von Nährstoffaufnahme und Wachstum fördern.

AviPlus® S ist in den Vormischungen, den Alleinfuttermitteln und auch im Gastro-Intestinaltrakt voll rückverfolgbar. Die Innovation von AviPlus® S als Resultat einer über 30-jährigen Erfahrung auf dem globalen Markt wird durch internationale Patente bestätigt.

AviPlus® S is fully traceable in premixes, complete feed, and even along the gastro-intestinal tract. The absolute innovation of AviPlus® S resulting from 30 years of global market experience has been proven by international patents.


EFSA ZULASSUNG

Die EU Kommission hat die Benutzung von AviPlus® S als Futtermittelzusatzstoff mit der Kennnummer 4d3 für eine gesunde und wirksame Schweineproduktion genehmigt. Die Wirkung von AviPlus® S, so wie es von der EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) unter europäischen Bedingungen validiert und zugelassen wurde, erhöht die Wachstumsraten und fördert die Futtermitteleffizienz in gesunden Tieren. Den herunterladbaren vollständigen Text mit der wissenschaftlichen Meinung von EFSA finden Sie in der folgenden Liste. Um weitere Informationen zu lesen, können Sie die Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1117/2010 vom 2. Dezember 2010 aus der folgenden Liste herunterladen.


Microencapsulated feed additives to reduce Salmonella shedding

E. Grilli, R. Bari, A. Piva, B. Tugnoli, and T. R. Callaway
In: (2011) Proceeding of ADSA-CSAS-ASAS Joint Annual Meeting. July, 10-14, New Orleans, LO.

The reduction of Salmonella prevalence in food animals in Europe is regulated by EU Reg. 2160/2003, EU Reg. 1003/2005 and others. The purpose of these regulations is to detect and control Salmonella strains that represent a threat to public health and to ensure that preventive measures at each stage of production are taken. In this…

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Dietary inclusion of a microencapsulated blend of organic acids and pure botanicals impacts intestinal health in weaned pigs

E. Grilli, B. Tugnoli, B., S. Seabold, A. J . Moeser, A. Piva, and C. H. Stahl.
In: (2012) XII Interantional Symposium of Digestive Physiology of Pigs. May 29th-June 1st, Keystone, CO, USA.

AviPlus®S (Vetagro SpA, ltaly) is a microencapsulated blend of sorbic, citric acid, thymol and vanillin. Although dietary inclusion of organic acids and botanicals has been shown to improve pig performance, the mechanism behind their efficacy has yet to be elucidated . The objective of this study was to assess the impact of dietary inclusion of…

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Effect of an in-feed microencapsulated blend of organic acids and nature-identical compounds in pigs experimentally infected with Salmonella enterica Ser-typhymurium

Alborali GL, Grilli E., Zanoni MG, Grassi A, Fantinati P, Foresti F., Piva A.
In: (2012) Proceeding of 22nd INTERNATIONAL PIG VETERINARY SOCIETY CONGRESS. June, 10-13, Jeju, Korea.

Salmonella typhymurium is the predominant serotype found in pig carcasses in Europe and several strains are resistant to antibiotics . Risk-based analyses were conducted in Danish pork Salmonella program. Biosecurity and feed play a significant role in Salmonella control in farm. Gut health is increasingly being shown to be effective against intestinalpathogens and is essential…

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Microencapsulated zinc oxide on piglets growth performance and intestinal architecture

E. Grilli, B. Tugnoli, F. Vitari, A. Piva, and A. Prandini.
In: (2013) Proceedings of ADSA-ASAS Joint Annual Meeting. July,8-12, Indianapolis, IN. J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 91, E-Suppl. 2/J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 96, E-Suppl. 1

The aim was to compare low doses of microencapsulated zinc oxide (ZnO; Zincoret) in the diet of piglets with pharmacological level of ZnO on growth and ileal architecture. 144 weaned piglets, divided in 36 pens (n = 9), received a basal diet (NC; Zn at 45 mg/kg) or the basal diet with ZnO at 2850…

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Dietary inclusion of low doses of microencapsulated zinc oxide affects inflammatory cytokine and tight junction protein expression in the ileum of piglets.

E. Grilli, B. Tugnoli, F. Vitari, and A. Piva.
In: (2013) Proceedings of ADSA-ASAS Joint Annual Meeting. July,8-12, Indianapolis, IN. J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 91, E-Suppl. 2/J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 96, E-Suppl. 1

Aim of this study was to investigate the expression of inflammation markers and tight junctions protein (TJ) in the ileum of piglets fed with low doses of microencapsulated zinc oxide (ZnO; Zincoret, Vetagro SpA, Italy) in comparison with either a pharmaceutical dose of free ZnO (posi- tive control) or a negative control. Twenty-four pigs weaned…

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Organic Acid Blend with Pure Botanical Product Treatment Reduces Escherichia coli and Salmonella Populations in Pure Culture and in In Vitro Mixed Ruminal Microorganism Fermentations

Ester Grilli, Riccardo Bari, Andrea Piva, Tom S. Edrington, Dipti W. Pitta, William E. Pinchak, David J. Nisbet and Todd R. Callaway
In: Foodborne Pathogens And Disease (2015) 12:56-61

Foodborne pathogenic bacteria can live in the intestinal tract of food animals and can be transmitted to humans via food or indirectly through animal or fecal contact. Organic acid blend products have been used as nonantibiotic modifiers of the gastrointestinal fermentation of food animals to improve growth performance efficiency. However, the impact of these organic…

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Microencapsulated Sorbic Acid and Pure Botanicals Affect Salmonella Typhimurium Shedding in Pigs: A Close-Up Look from Weaning to Slaughter in Controlled and Field Conditions

Ester Grilli, Fabio Foresti, Benedetta Tugnoli, Mattia Fustini, Maria G. Zanoni, Paolo Pasquali, Todd R. Callaway, Andrea Piva and Giovanni L. Alborali
In: Foodborne Pathogens and Disease, October 2015, 12(10): 813-819.

The aim of this study was to assess the efficacy of a combination of sorbic acid, thymol, and carvacrol in reducing the prevalence and shedding level of Salmonella Typhimurium in pigs either in a controlled challenge environment or in a production setting. In the first study, 24 weaned piglets were separated in 4 isolation units…

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Low doses of microencapsulated zinc oxide improve performance and modulate the ileum architecture, inflammatory cytokines and tight junctions expression of weaned pigs

E. Grilli, B. Tugnoli, F. Vitari, C. Domeneghini, M. Morlacchini, A. Piva and A. Prandini
In: Animal 9, 11 (2015); 1760-1768

The aim of this study was to compare low doses of microencapsulated v. pharmacological ZnO in the diet of piglets on growth performance, ileum health status and architecture. One hundred and forty-four piglets weaned at 28 days and divided in 36 pens (two males and two females per pen), received a basal diet (control, Zn…

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Low doses of microencapsulated zinc oxide improve performance and modulate the ileum architecture, inflammatory cytokines and tight junctions expression of weaned pigs

E. Grilli, B. Tugnoli, F. Vitari, C. Domeneghini, M. Morlacchini, A. Piva and A. Prandini
In: Animal 9, 11 (2015); 1760-1768

The aim of this study was to compare low doses of microencapsulated v. pharmacological ZnO in the diet of piglets on growth performance, ileum health status and architecture. One hundred and forty-four piglets weaned at 28 days and divided in 36 pens (two males and two females per pen), received a basal diet (control, Zn…

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