AviPlus® P

AviPlus® P è un additivo zootecnico che migliora l'accrescimento e l'efficienza alimentare secondo il Regolamento dell'Unione Europea 849/2012


AviPlus® P è la 3a generazione di prodotti innovativi Vetagro per gli avicoli.

AviPlus® P è un additivo zootecnico registrato presso l’Unione Europea che migliora l’accrescimento e l’efficienza alimentare in avicoli sani.

Condizioni quali stress, enteriti e disbatteriosi, avendo un effetto negativo sulla salute, l’integrità ed il funzionamento intestinale, riducono l’efficienza alimentare. AviPlus® P aiuta a ristabilire l’integrità dell’epitelio intestinale migliorando le performance di crescita e l’indice di conversione alimentare negli avicoli. Il meccanismo d’azione di AviPlus® P si basa sulle proprietà uniche dei suoi ingredienti che in modo sinergico migliorano la funzionalità della barriera intestinale e di conseguenza incrementando l’efficienza dell’assorbimento dei nutrienti e la crescita.

AviPlus® P è tracciabile nelle premiscele, nei mangimi completi e anche nel tratto gastro-intestinale. L'innovazione di AviPlus® P, risultato di oltre 30 anni di esperienza nel mercato globale, è confermata da brevetti internazionali.

La Commissione Europea ha approvato l’utilizzo di AviPlus® P come additivo zootecnico con il numero identificativo 4d3 per una sana ed efficace produzione avicola. L’effetto di AviPlus® P, come validato ed approvato dall’EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) in condizione europee, permette di incrementare l’accrescimento e l’efficienza alimentare in animali sani.

Trovate il testo completo scaricabile dell’opinione scientifica dell’EFSA nell'elenco sottostante. Per ulteriori informazioni scaricate e leggete la Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 849/2012 del 19 settembre 2012 dall’elenco sottostante.

Adding thymol to a broiler diet influences in vitro cecal fermentation and in vivo growth performances

Piva A., Grilli E., Casadei G., Biagi G.
In: (2004) Proceeding of ADSA-ASAS Joint Meeting; p.325. July, 26-29, Saint Louis, MO.

Thymol and other essential oils have antimicrobial properties and may be considered among the alternatives to antibiotic growth promoters. We evaluated the effect of thymol in broiler in vitro cecal fermentations and broiler growth performances. In the in vitro study, broiler cecal inoculum was incubated for 24h in graduated syringes and vessels containing a standard…

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Role of carvacrol and cynnamaldehyde in broiler cecal fermentations.

Grilli E., Albonetti S., Piva A.
In: (2006) Proceeding from XII European Poultry Conference; p. 463. Verona, Italy, 10-14 Sept.

Aim of the study was to investigate the role of carvacrol and cynnamaldehyde in modulating cecal microflora in broilers in an in vitro fermentation system. Cecal liquor was collected at the slaughter house, transported to the laboratory and immediately anaerobically diluted with a buffered solution; the so-obtained inoculum was dispensed in 10 ml syringes and…

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Microencapsulation allows slow release of organic acids in the GI tract of broilers.

Grilli, E., C. Bodin, P.P. Gatta, M. Tedeschi, and A. Piva.
In: (2007) XVI European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition. August, 26-30, Strasbourg, France.

Aim of the study was o investigate intestinal concentrations of citric and sorbic acid (OA) from a microencapsulated blend and the possible consequences on intestinal fermentations. Twelve male ROSS 508 broilers were selected from 2 dietary treatments: a control diet (CTR), or the control diet added with a microencapsulated blend of citric and sorbic acid…

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Aviplus treatment improves growth efficiency in broilers and swine but does not affect intestinal populations of experimentally inoculated with Salmonella

T. R. Callaway, E. Grilli, T. S. Edrington, N. Krueger, R. Anderson, D. W. Pitta, W. E. Pinchak, and A. Piv
In: (2010) Proceeding of ADSA-CSAS-ASAS Joint Annual Meeting. July, 11-15, Denver, CO.

Organic acids improve growth efficiency in food animals, and can impact the microbial ecology of the gastrointestinal tract. Thus it has been suggested that they could be used to reduce foodborne pathogenic bacterial populations before animals enter the food chain. This study was undertaken to determine the effect of a commercial microencapsulated organic acid product…

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Organic Acids and Their Role in Reduce Foodborne Pathogens in Food Animals

E. Grilli, A. Piva
In: In: On-Farm Strategies to Control Foodborne Pathogens. Callaway, T. R., and T. S. Edrington (Ed.s). NOVA Science Publishers, New York. Pp 183-210

Organic acids (OA) are used since long as food preservative agents, and, in more recent times, as feed additives. The compelling need to use OA in feed date back to the last two decades since the extensive use of antibiotics in farming, both growth promoters (AGP) and therapeuticals, caused concerns on the incidence of antibiotic-resistant…

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Effect of Microencapsulated Blend of Citric Acid, Sorbic Acid, Thymol and Vanillin on Growth Performance of Commercial Broilers.

R. Manini, R. Barea, P. Pilkington, A. Piva
In: (2013) 2nd International Poultry Meat Congress. April 24-28, Antalya, Turkey.

Aim of the study was the investigation of alternative products which can modulate the intestinal microflora beyond the stomach barrier, obtaining animal growth performance comparable to the one obtainable with antibiotic growth promoters. The microencapsulation of organic acids (OA) and natural identical compounds (NICs) in a hydrogenated vegetable lipid matrix can modify the site of…

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Effects of pelleting temperature on microencapsulated AviPlus® and the gastrointestinal recovery of thymol in broiler chickens.

R. Barea, F. Rudeaux, B. Tugnoli, A. Piva
In: (2013) 19th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition. Potsdam, Germany, August 26-29.

Thermal treatment of poultry feed is common practice to improve the biological and nutritional value of some ingredients (i.e., soybean) and to sanitize the feed from Salmonella or prevent pathogens and spoilage bacteria contamination (LEAVER, 2008; JONES, 2011). Pelleting temperature varies widely among commercial feed production plants and, depending also on geographical distribution, can range…

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Effects of a microencapsulated feed additive on growth performance and sanitary status of broiler chickens.

R. Barea, P. Fantinati, A. Piva
In: (2015) 11emes Journées de la Recherche Avicole et Palmipèdes à Foie Gras. Tours, 25th-26th March.

The aim of this study was to compare the growth performance and sanitary status of chickens receiving a control diet (CTR) and a feed containing a combination of citric acid, sorbic acid, thymol and vanillin microencapsulated (zootechnical additive 4d 3, EU Regulation No. 849/2012; AVIP). The trial was conducted in a commercial breeding (Premariacco, Italy)…

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