Mannan Oligosaccharide –A Natural Alternative: Micron offers SOLUTIONS
WHAT IS MANNAN OLIGOSACCHARIDE (MOS)
Mannan Oligosaccharide (MOS) is a prebiotic, or a dietary supplement in the form of a non-digestible carbohydrate that favors the growth of desirable microbes. Made of natural sugar complexes, it is not metabolized by digestive enzymes.
MOS is widely accepted by consumers as a natural, high-quality product offering an alternative to preventive antibiotic inclusion. It has a well understood and researched Mode of Action. MOS offers increased stability, and is well adapted for any feed manufacturing process. In the field, it has been successfully used in production animals as an aid to combating stress- dependent ailments, such as heat and breeding. The result is drastically increased performance.
HOW DOES MOS WORK
Mannan Oligosaccharide benefits an animal through three main Modes of Action:
Limits- MOS’s unique Mannan chain structure is an non-usable substrate for pathogens, thereby limiting pathogen colonization.
Favors- MOS is, however, a usable substrate for the beneficial micro flora in the gut of an animal, supporting their growth, and helping to maintain balance.
Stimulates- Glucans bind to macrophages, increasing their activity, resulting in an increased ability to kill microorganisms. Active macrophages produce cytokines, resulting in the production of additional phagocytic cells creating a strong immune system.
WHY MICRON FerMos
Micron FerMos is produced from a SPECIFIC and CONTROLLED fermentation process, with a strain of yeast chosen for the way it deposits cell wall. The result is a concentrated supply of mannan based complex oligosaccharide sugars. It is then processed in such a way as to protect it’s microbial growth factor activity.
Typical analysis of FerMos shows 45% of bioactive carbohydrates derived as mannose from -1, (6) mannans and glucose from -1, (3) glucans.
Calves: 2 kg /T
Dairy Cows: 1 kg/T
Prestarter & Starter Pigs: 2 kg/T
Grower & Finisher Pigs: 1 kg/T
Broilers & Layers: 1 kg/T
Aquaculture: 2 kg/T
Companion Pet: 2 kg/T
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