The performance and health of your livestock is dependent upon the proper balance of digestive tract bacteria. Newborn animals and newly-hatched birds enter the world with a sterile digestive tract, which is quickly populated with health-promoting bacteria and the much quicker growing, pathogenic bacteria and viruses. Unfortunately, feed and environmental changes, birthing/laying, weaning, medication and transporting, among other common management practices alter the intestinal environment in ways that favor the disease-causing organisms of animals and birds of any age.
The Answer: Fastrack® Direct-fed Microbials — The Natural Way
The unique combination of natural, live lactic acid-producing bacteria, FOS, yeast, enzymes, vitamins and specialized proteins in the Fastrack® products helps to ensure a healthy digestive tract; enhancing the immune system and defending against pathogenic agents in the digestive tract. Specifically the health-promoting Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium in the animals ‘and birds’ small and large intestines utilize FOS.
Fastrack Product Enhancements Conklin is pleased to announce enhancements to Fastrack young animal products, including Jump-Start Gel, Calf Bolus and NutriLift. The specialized proteins in these products have been upgraded to provide additional protection against pathogens, including two strains of Rota-virus, Clostridium perfringens A & C and cryptosporidia. This is in addition to the protection already provided against multiple strains of E. coli and Salmonella.
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