Bacillus subtilis based probiotics appear to be an efficient alternative to the use of in-feed antibiotics in poultry production. However, choosing a consistently performing strain is often a challenge.
A new Bacillus subtilis strain has been developed with a dual action: stimulating growing performance under normal and challenged conditions.
By Pierre-André Geraert, Stéphanie Pedrosa, Estelle Devillard and
Stefan Jakob, Adisseo and Preben Nielsen, Novozyme
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