Probiotic Plus Paste

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Probiotic Plus Paste is used for beef, dairy, swine, sheep, goats and horses as a stabilized oral direct fed microbial source along with yeast, inulin and vitamins to help maintain normal appetite, maintain proper gut flora and maintain normal gut digestion during times of stress. It can be used at ration change, birth, weaning, weather changes or following antibiotic therapy or other forms of stress. BenefitsProbiotic Plus Paste contains a source of live (viable) direct fed microbial. Since one direct fed microbial alone cannot provide all the required health benefits, it contains four species of the unique PS strains for live naturally occurring lactic acid bacteria including three species of Lactobacillus (acidophilus, plantarum, casei) along with Enterococcus faecium. It also has yeast added for additional benefits. It has an elevated level of these direct fed microbials and along with vitamins for additional health benefits. It contains inulin for added support of the direct fed microbials. It also contains vitamins C and E for antioxidant support. It helps support proper digestion and bowel health in all classes of ruminants including beef, dairy, sheep, goats along with horses, in a convenient gel. How it worksSince one direct fed microbial alone cannot provide all the required health benefits, Probiotic Plus Paste contains four species of live naturally occurring lactic acid bacteria including three species of Lactobacillus (acidophilus, plantarum, casei) along with Enterococcus faecium along with yeast. Live Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus casei and Enterococcus faecium all ferment lactose into lactic acid. As direct fed microbials along with yeast, they promote breakdown and assimilation of nutrients while helping to maintain proper gut flora. Inulin helps support the direct fed microbials. The vitamins help keep animals in peak condition. Vitamins C and E provide antioxidant support. Antioxidants scavenge damaging free radicals.

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