Geese, ducks, quail, pheasants, guinea fowl, turkeys, broilers, layers

CLOSTAT In All Poultry Species

Broilers

Meta data of field trials with CLOSTAT in broilers

Overview of all the performance data of 46 field trials with CLOSTAT. These trials were done in different countries all over the EMEA region. More than 7.000.000 broilers were involved.

  Difference versus current production set up
Mortality % -0.53%*
Daily feed intake (g) -0.5
Life weight +23*
Daily growth (g) +0.8*
FCR -0.04*
FCR adjusted for weight -0.05*
EEF +11*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Layers and Breeders

CLOSTAT improves body weight and uniformity in pullets in a large field trial with 43 layer pullet flocks.

Pullets

CLOSTAT improves body weight and uniformity in pullets in a large field trial with 43 layer pullet flocks.

Young Layers

In a field trial with young layers (17-31 weeks) in a large farm CLOSTAT reduces the mortality (-0.4%) and improves the lay% (+0.25%) and FCR (-0.06%)

Old Layers

In a large field trial with older layers (48-70 weeks) CLOSTAT improves lay % (+2%), egg weight (+0.4 g), egg mass (+3%) and FCR (-0.07).

Scientific trials show a significant effect on the micro flora (increase of lactobacilli and Bifidobacteriae, reduction of Clostridiaceae and Enterobacteriaceae). Consecutively the intestinal villi in jejunum and ileum of the animals that receive CLOSTAT in the feed are significantly longer than in the control animals.

Turkeys

CLOSTAT is used by numerous turkey producers to reduce enteritis issues, wet litter issues and food pad lesions with a positive effect on performance and profitability.

CLOSTAT Results in Male Turkeys’ Performance Trial

Mortality %

Mortality + culls %

Body weight

112 days

FCR

- 4.0%

- 4.6 %

+ 0.383 kg

- 0.04

 

CLOSTAT is used in minor species such as geese, ducks, quail, pheasants, and guinea fowl.

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