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MICRO-CELL FS Gold

Micro-Cell® FS Gold is a patented blend of patented Lactobacillus buchneri 40788 and Lactobacillus acidophilus BT-1386 formulated to help cattle maximize the available nutrients from by-product feeds.

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* Not all products are available in all markets nor associated claims allowed in all regions.
Product Description

Both strains in Micro-cell® FS Gold are exclusively licensed to Lallemand Animal Nutrition and were brought to market based on the positive benefits to animal agriculture practices.

  • L. acidophilus BT-1386 promotes and maintains a normal intestinal environment that inhibits the ability of pathogenic bacteria to develop, which contributes to performance, feed efficiency and food safety.
  • L. buchneri 40788 produces lactic and acetic acids and other fermentation products that fuel rumen bacterial acid production. The resulting acids are absorbed from the rumen and converted into a form of energy that is available for maintenance or weight gain -- resulting in improved performance

 

Benefits

Increasing digestibility of fiber from corn milling and by-products will increase the efficiency of utilization of feedstuffs and reducing certain bacterial populations in the hindgut will help maintain a healthy and balanced microflora.

The strain Lactobacillus acidophilus BT-1386 has been shown to help lower E. coli 0457:H7 and Salmonella found in the lower gut and has been listed on the pre-harvest production best practices (PBP) document by the Beef Industry Food Safety Council’s (BIFSCo).1, 2

 

References:

1Tabe ES et al. Comparative Effect of Direct-Fed Microbials on Fecal Shedding of Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Salmonella in Naturally Infected Feedlot Cattle. Journal of Food Protection. 2008;3(71):539-544.
2Production Best Practices (PBP) to Aid in the Control of Foodborne Pathogens in Groups of Cattle. Beef Industry Food Safety Council Subcommittee on Pre-Harvest. Spring 2015. Accessed March 19, 2015. Available at: http://www.bifsco.org/CMDocs/BIFSCO2/Best%20Practices%20New/Production%20Best%20Practices‐2015.pdf.

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