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PROBIOTIC INTRODUCTION
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There are a number of feed additives used in poultry feed, such as antibiotics, probiotics, oligosaccharides, enzymes and organic acids . They are included in the diet of poultry and animals for promoting growth through their potential effect in increasing feed intake. Also, low levels of additives in poultry feed can contribute to an increase in the production of poultry protein for human consumption, which in some instances can decrease the cost of animal and poultry production . There has been an increase in the supplementation of probiotics in poultry nutrition .
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There are a number of feed additives used in poultry feed, such as antibiotics, probiotics, oligosaccharides, enzymes and organic acids . They are included in the diet of poultry and animals for promoting growth through their potential effect in increasing feed intake. Also, low levels of additives in poultry feed can contribute to an increase in the production of poultry protein for human consumption, which in some instances can decrease the cost of animal and poultry production . There has been an increase in the supplementation of probiotics in poultry nutrition .
The features of probiotic
The
We looked at the evolution of the host-microflora interaction, also examined at the importance of bacteria strain specificity, which could help select tailored probiotic strains that have a beneficial effect for the animal.
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We looked at the evolution of the host-microflora interaction, also examined at the importance of bacteria strain specificity, which could help select tailored probiotic strains that have a beneficial effect for the animal.
Probiotics: good for dogs, cows and bees
Probiotics:
Feeding of probiotic(beneficial microbes) can enhance animal productivity and improve product safety. Ongoing research looks at the actual mode of action, efficacy and application for animal diets (livestock, fish, pets and even wildlife) and whether or not this reflects in better zootechnical performance and health and hence profit for the farmer or animal owner. 
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Feeding of probiotic(beneficial microbes) can enhance animal productivity and improve product safety. Ongoing research looks at the actual mode of action, efficacy and application for animal diets (livestock, fish, pets and even wildlife) and whether or not this reflects in better zootechnical performance and health and hence profit for the farmer or animal owner. 
Potential of dietary organic acids fed to swine
Potential
Lowering dietary pH by weak organic acids was found to overcome these problems. The main activity of organic acids is associated with a reduction in gastric pH converting the inactive pepsinogen to active pepsin for effective protein hydrolysis. Organic acids are both bacteriostatic and bactericidal.
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Lowering dietary pH by weak organic acids was found to overcome these problems. The main activity of organic acids is associated with a reduction in gastric pH converting the inactive pepsinogen to active pepsin for effective protein hydrolysis. Organic acids are both bacteriostatic and bactericidal.
Gut health: Innovative solutions needed
Gut
The application of probiotics to improve intestinal health was discussed by Dr. Mick Bayley, a professor of comparative immunology at Bristol University. “Weaning piglets whose immune system is still insufficiently developed can cause hypersensitivity to certain feed antigens which are unknown to them, for instance soy proteins,” said Bayley. The capability of the immune system of the intestinal mucus to take the appropriate “immunity decisions” is an important component of gut health and does not work in newborn or germ-free animals. Different bacterial colonization patterns guide the development of this immune system. This can be manipulated somewhat in very young animals via the diet and the addition of pre- or probiotics. The shift patterns are complex, interactive and influenced by a multitude of factors, such as targeted use of antibiotics to treat specific diseases. We can do targeted nutritional interventions, according to Mick Baylay, to improve health and performance. Trials in pigs showed that a new developed probotic* reduced diarrhoea and high mortality by infection with Salmonella and E. coli.
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The application of probiotics to improve intestinal health was discussed by Dr. Mick Bayley, a professor of comparative immunology at Bristol University. “Weaning piglets whose immune system is still insufficiently developed can cause hypersensitivity to certain feed antigens which are unknown to them, for instance soy proteins,” said Bayley. The capability of the immune system of the intestinal mucus to take the appropriate “immunity decisions” is an important component of gut health and does not work in newborn or germ-free animals. Different bacterial colonization patterns guide the development of this immune system. This can be manipulated somewhat in very young animals via the diet and the addition of pre- or probiotics. The shift patterns are complex, interactive and influenced by a multitude of factors, such as targeted use of antibiotics to treat specific diseases. We can do targeted nutritional interventions, according to Mick Baylay, to improve health and performance. Trials in pigs showed that a new developed probotic* reduced diarrhoea and high mortality by infection with Salmonella and E. coli.
How to select the right probiotic
How
Probiotics are on every list of tools to reduce therapeutic antibiotic usage. They have been shown to reduce diarrhoea, even necrotic enteritis. They improve welfare through reduced foot pad lesions and easily replace the effects of antibiotic growth promoters via feed. In layers some have been shown to improve shell quality, while also having a positive effect on FCR. First studies also show a clear effect on reduction of colistin and other therapeutic antibiotics. The big question is which strains can have the desired effect? Especially within the Bacillus subtilis group there is considerable genetic variation, easily explained by the wide ecological niche this species has adapted to.
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Probiotics are on every list of tools to reduce therapeutic antibiotic usage. They have been shown to reduce diarrhoea, even necrotic enteritis. They improve welfare through reduced foot pad lesions and easily replace the effects of antibiotic growth promoters via feed. In layers some have been shown to improve shell quality, while also having a positive effect on FCR. First studies also show a clear effect on reduction of colistin and other therapeutic antibiotics. The big question is which strains can have the desired effect? Especially within the Bacillus subtilis group there is considerable genetic variation, easily explained by the wide ecological niche this species has adapted to.
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