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February 28, 2017

 

Lallemand to participate in VIV Asia 2017

 

 

 
Lallemand Animal Nutrition will showcase its product and service solutions for all animal species at VIV Asia, March 15-17, 2017 in Bangkok, Thailand.
 
At a time when antibiotic reduction is a major concern for the livestock industry worldwide, Lallemand offers safe, effective, microbial-based natural solutions to enhance the performance and well-being of swine, poultry, aquaculture and ruminant species:
 
Yeast and bacteria probiotics are strain-specific beneficial live yeast or bacteria organisms that positively influence the animal's digestive function and health. Including probiotics in the diet can help optimise rumen or gut function, enhance digestibility, protect against harmful microorganisms and support a stronger natural defence. Lallemand's product portfolio includes: LEVUCELL SB, a live yeast for poultry, sows and piglets;
BACTOCELL, a probiotic bacteria for swine, poultry and aquatic species; and LEVUCELL SC, a specific live yeast for ruminants and horses.
 
Premium yeast derivatives such as YANG, AGRIMOS and LALTIDE
 
Natural antioxidants such as the premium source of highly bioavailable organic selenium ALKOSEL, and natural source of primary antioxidant MELOFEED
 
Microbial-based animal environment solutions, such as bioremediation products for sustainable shrimp and fish farming
 
Lallemand is also an exclusive platinum sponsor for the pre-show conference AQUATIC ASIA on March 14, which focuses on aquaculture. The company will also have a featured speaker at the conference dedicated to Biosecurity, Feed and Recirculation Aquaculture. 
 

To learn more about Lallemand's products and services, their applications and benefits to animal production, visit them at their booth H101.1701.

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