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Biotronic Top3 Wins Innov'Space 2012 Award

22 August 2012

GLOBAL - Modern livestock production faces the challenge of having to achieve higher levels of productivity and delivering high-quality products at the same time. Yet optimum growth performance in livestock production is continuously endangered by bacteria, which cause high energy losses and negatively impact the growth of the animal.

Created from carefully selected ingredients, Biotronic® Top3 harnesses an effective synergism for improved animal performance.

Three active ingredients:

  • Organic acids
  • Phytochemical
  • Per4izer®

A special inorganic carrier acts as a Sequential Release Medium (SRM). The SRM secures a slow release of active ingredients in the feed and gastrointestinal tract.

All active ingredients are thoroughly selected and combined to fully utilise a unique synergism in their growth promoting mode of action. This scientifically proven synergism ensures that the use of Biotronic® Top3 maximizes economic benefits in animal production.

Organic acids are strong antimicrobials working against pathogenic bacteria in feed and the gastrointestinal tract.

Phytochemical is a nature-identical bioactive plant substance. It inhibits the cell division and reduces the proliferation of potentially harmful bacteria.

Per4izer® is a unique substance that facilitates the entry of organic acids and the phytochemical by permeating the outer membrane of Gram-negative bacteria. The enhanced antimicrobial effect severely inhibits the growth of pathogenic bacteria.

All three components work synergistically to combat harmful bacteria, resulting in improved growth performance in pigs, poultry and fish. This highly effective synergism ensures that Biotronic® Top3 achieves its full economical benefit.

Main benefits

  • Increased weight gain
  • Improved feed conversion
  • High return on investment

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