Culbac for Animals Nutritional Feed Supplement
Modern animal production enterprises as well as smaller producers all face a variety of challenges in maintaining the expected profitability, performance and health of their herds. Animals that perform poorly or get sick can cost producers a lot of money. An animal with a healthy immune system, however, can help maintain performance at its full genetic potential. And good nutrition plays an important role in maintaining an animal’s immune system. Digestive health is essential to overall animal health and well-being. Culbac (for “cultured bacteria”) is a prebiotic that provides a nutritive source and organic compounds that benefit the growth of beneficial digestive bacteria. Culbac for Animals helps restore and maintain a healthy intestinal microflora in the digestive system of all animals.
- Digestion and absorption
- Immune system
- Reproductive efficiency
- Growth and development
- Production and performance
- Overall animal health
Culbac for Animals helps restore and maintain a healthy intestinal microflora in the digestive system of all animals. This healthy microflora not only helps protect against invading pathogenic organisms – like E. coli, salmonella and clostridium – but also leads to better digestion and nutrient absorption. Animals with a healthy digestive system and immune system means healthier animals, and that translates to overall improved production and profitability.
Culbac for Animals is made from TransAgra’s proprietary strain of Lactobacillus acidophilus and processed cells that stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria. The Lactobacillus fermentation product is also non-viable, due to extensive processing to modify the cell contents and allow exposure of the cell wall to the digestive bacteria.
- Beef cattle (newly-arrived feedlot cattle and calves): 12 – 15 grams/head/day
- Beef cattle (maintenance level): 6 grams/head/day
- Dairy cattle (calves): 5 – 10 grams/head/day
- Dairy cattle (lactating cows): 13 grams/head/day
- Sheep: 3 – 5 grams/head/day
- Poultry: 2 lbs. per ton of feed
- Swine (15 – 70 lbs.): 2 lbs. per ton of feed for 21 days
- Swine (70 lbs. to market): 1 lb. per ton of feed
- Horses: 2 tbsp./head/day