01 Supporting digestion by supplying good bacteria
Animals’ health is closely linked to their digestive system. Positive colonisation of the digestive tract by good bacteria is essential. It will help animal to face temperature variations, breeding stress periods etc… which are ideal periods for digestive disorders.
Our products made from germinated barley are naturally rich in lactic bacteria. Those bacteria create a barrier strengthening intestinal flora and supporting efficiently the digestive system.
02 Digestive security by binding harmful factors
Our products made from Zeolite and Lithothamnion fulfill their role of mycotoxins and ammonia binders and of digestive troubles regulators (buffer agent).
Characteristics of those natural products optimise animals’ digestive functions by avoiding intestinal disorders to appear, caused by mycotoxins notably. Consequently, our products secure animals’ digestive functions.
A unique manufacturing process
Germination is often associated to humidity. At the end of a good germination, humidity rate exceeds
50%. At that rate, no need to try to store germinated barley for more than a day.
Our products originality comes from its desiccation process (drying at low temperature). This principle guarantees nutritional values optimisation and allows us to provide products without preservation issues.
Germinated barley benefits
Germinated barley is highly digestible and emollient for the digestive tract. It owns several nutritional qualities and contributes especially to :
Improve feed assimilation.
Supply amino acids and easily digestible sugars.
Optimise digestive flora balance and favour microflora development.
LITHOTHAMNION a natural alternative to bicarbonate
100% natural calcium, magnesium and trace elements
Lithothamnion, or Lithothamnium calcareum, is a limestone algae developing away from pollution in calcareous waters, slightly deep (10 to 20 meters), favoring photosynthesis.
Across its life cycle, this algae is able to crystallize minerals elements present in sea water on its thallus, particularly calcium, but also a large quantity of magnesium, sulfur and many other trace elements.
The strong impregnation of its sides with calcareum gives it the consistence of a rock, making it looks like a small coral.