We know that the intestinal microbiome is a complex bacterial community characterized by distinctive species that thrive under the prevailing circumstances of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT). This fragile ecosystem can be easily disrupted by external factors such as antibiotic treatment, dietary challenges, vaccination, heat stress, etc.
At Kemin, we want to ensure these challenges are mitigated as far as possible. Ensuring a healthy, balanced intestinal microbiome plays a vital role in animal health. It extends the metabolic potential of the animal, shapes the immune system, provides protection against pathogens, and contributes to improved feed digestion.
Read more about the effects of CLOSTAT on the microbiome here