The need to guarantee poultry absorption of a correct amount of nutrients in the intestine cannot disregard the degradation by the rumen microflora. For over 30 years our scientific research has set the goal to improve the poultry bypass so that a lower concentration of active ingredients in the diet leads to maximizing performance.
AviPlus®P is a zootechnical feed additive to improve growth rate and feed efficiency, according to EU Regulation 849/2012.
AviPlus®P is the 3rd generation of Vetagro innovative products for poultry. AviPlus®P is an EU zootechnical feed additive to increase the growth rate and feed efficiency of healthy chickens. Conditions like stress, enteritis and dysbacteriosis, which all affect intestinal health, integrity and functioning of the gut, have an impact on feed efficiency. AviPlus®P may help to restore the integrity of the intestinal epithelial lining thus improving growth performance and FCR in poultry. Its mechanism of action is based on the unique properties of its ingredients which synergistically improve the intestinal barrier function thus increasing the efficiency of nutrient absorption and growth. AviPlus®P is fully traceable in premixes, complete feed, and even along the gastrointestinal tract. The absolute innovation of AviPlus®P resulting from 30 years of global market experience has been proven by international patents.
The EU Commission approved the use of AviPlus®P as a zootechnical feed additive with the identification number 4d3 for safe and effective poultry production. AviPlus®P zootechnical performance, as reviewed and approved by EFSA under EU conditions, increases growth rate and improves feed efficiency in healthy poultry. AviPlus®P is safe for the animals, the consumer and the environment as stated by the European Union.
For more information please download the full text of the EFSA scientific opinion and the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 849/2012 of 19 September 2012.
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