Healthy animals are more likely to increase your production efficiency and optimize your economic profitability. By improving your animals' immune support, disease resistance and overall (intestinal) health, you can gain significant benefits in animal production.
Aleta is a unique Beta-Glucan product that is derived from algae. It is used for immune support and modulation to improve general health of the animal. Thanks to Aleta's highly bio-available Beta-(1,3)-Glucan it helps them to cope with stress, disease and vaccination.
Improves vaccination efficiency
Helps animals to resists stressful conditions
Reduces morbidity and mortality during pathogenic challenges (diseases)
Supports animals in antibiotic reduction programs and antibiotic growth promoter removal programs
Provides consistent ROI: avoids performance reduction in situations of disease and stress
Helps young animals to mature their immune system
Come and meet us at IHSIG!
We showcase our algae beta-(1.3)-glucan that serves as an immune modulator for all animal species at IHSIG, the 6th Conference on Poultry Intestinal Health, in Rome from April 3rd to April 5th. We have been selected for two oral presentations; Valentine Van Hamme, Product Manager, will present 'Algae beta-(1,3)-glucan: its role as an immune modulator’ and Natasja Smeets, Innovation Project Leader, ‘Algae beta-(1,3)-glucan and its role in Infectious Bursal Disease vaccination'.
IMMUNE MODULATION - WHY?
Aleta is interacting with the immune system resulting in an immune modulation. Immune cells are rapidly recruited and activated to the site of infection increasing the ability of animals to cope with the disease. Consequently, Aleta will help animals during stress, disease and vaccination periods.
IMMUNE MODULATION - WHO?
It is clear not every animal needs immune modulation, focusing on the YOPI (Young, Old, Pregnant, Immune suppressed) group is a must.
IMMUNE MODULATION - HOW?
Aleta is a unique beta-glucan derived from algae (Euglena Gracilis). It is a highly concentrated in-feed solution and contains more than 50% of linear beta-(1,3)-glucan.
Immune modulation is adjusting the immune response to a desired level. That desired level means an immune system which is ready to cope with and destroy a dangerous invader (disease). Luckily, beta-(1,3)- glucan interacts with immune cells. Consequently, immune cells are activated and rapidly recruited to the site of infection, increasing the ability to cope with the infection.