ICC Brazil to introduce a study which reduces Salmonella enteritidis contamination in birds, in Bangladesh
The company will participate in the 11th International Poultry Seminar 2019
ICC Brazil, a company which provides innovative solutions aimed at animal health and animal performance, as well as food safety, will participate in the 11th International Poultry Seminar 2019 in Dhaka, Bangladesh, from March 5th-6th.
Isabela Barros, Sales Executive for Southeast Asia & Pacific, will introduce a study which confirms the benefits of yeast cell wall supplementation in reducing Salmonella enteritidis contamination in poultry and, consequently, in their eggs.
“Yeast cell wall supplementation is a viable and efficient alternative to controlling these pathogens, and also promotes animal health in general. Its mode of action doesn’t cause bacterial resistance, which is the main cause of the increased withdrawal of antibiotics as growth promoters in animal diet,” Isabela Barros points out. Barros further explains that there have already been several scientific studies conducted in different countries with effective results in animal intestinal health and consequential benefits in the production of eggs, meat and, equally importantly, in food safety.
Material ilustrado pautado em dados de experimentos científicos (in vivo), produzido por doutores na área de nutrição animal.
The study will be presented on March 6th at 4:15 pm, in Session XI – Hall 1, and will be available throughout the event at the local distributor’s stand, ACE Pharma Bangladesh.
About ICC Brazil
For 25 years, ICC Brazil has combined research and biotechnology, conducting studies that prove the benefits of yeast-based additives in several animal species. With rigorous quality control and monitoring in all stages of production, it provides innovative solutions striving for
health and animal performance as well as food safety. ICC is present in approximately 50 countries. http://www.iccbrazil.com/.
Posted in 08 April of 2019