Proper digestion provides birds with resources for growth and defense



From hatch to harvest, GALLIPRO® brand probiotic products support
normal GI functions and the balance of gut microflora in poultry. 
They can be a natural, safe and sustainable part of your solution.

 

↑Microbiome

balanced, normal bacterial load in the gut

↑3%

egg mass(25-35 weeks of age)

↑3%

laying rate(69-89 weeks of age)

*In research trials with a challenging environment, a greater percentage of layers fed a diet that contained a GALLIPRO-brand product performed normally, and as a result, the following improvements in average performance were observed.
When it comes to poultry health and performance, little things make a big difference. Microscopic things, to be precise. Good health starts in the gut, and gut health depends on a well-balanced microbiome.

Our science-based probiotics for layers have been shown to promote normal intestinal function, while limiting the growth of potentially harmful bacteria. By increasing digestive enzyme production, they also enhance the availability and absorption of feed nutrients.

Stable digestive function and a responsive immune system provide a strong foundation for more eggs per hen house.

Strain matters

Probiotics are identified at three levels: Genus, species and strain, where the strains have different capabilities and benefits that are selected and combined to solve the microbial challenges in modern poultry production.

Chr. Hansen probiotics contain unique, strains of bacteria. They were selected for their relative effectiveness at demonstrating beneficial modes of action, making them particularly suitable for improving the success of commercial poultry operations.

GALLIPRO® for Layers

GALLIPRO® contains a highly selected strain of Bacillus subtilis that has been proven to improve the availability and absorption of nutrients from feed. 

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