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3A PROMUNE


3A PROMUNE: A natural source of protein of high biological value that enhances feed efficiency whilst providing protection against common diseases.

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND MANUFACTURING PROCESS
3A PROMUNE consists of a carefully chosen strain of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, which is made up primarily of amino acids and peptides, carbohydrates and salts. These components are involved in building protein, storing or transporting energy and modulating immune function, blood clotting and development. S. cerevisiae also contains other unidentified but important growth factors.

The yeast is grown and fermented under special conditions then dried in the original fermentation medium. This processing method results in an increase in protein content, whilst still maintaining the inherent immune supporting benefits of the yeast.


 


PRODUCT FEATURES AND BENEFITS
• Replace 35kg soy bean meal with 25kg 3A PROMUNE for reduced costs and increased performance

• Natural and readily digestible source of protein and B vitamins
• Improved feed conversion
• Boosts immunity thus providing protection against harmful pathogens and diseases
• Rich in manan-oligosaccharides, beta-glucans and other nutritional metabolites
• Enhances feed quality due to its antimicrobial properties
• Increases daily weight gain, meat and milk production
• Creates a more beneficial rumen environment


3A PROMUNE 60% PROTEIN
Feed 3A PROMUNE for a reduction in total feed costs

 Soy Bean Meal3A PROMUNE
Energy337kcal/100g344kcal/100g
Proteinapprox. 43%60% +
Total Amino Acids45.7679.35
Anti-nutritional factorsManyNone
PriceCOMPARABLE


DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Use at a rate of 25-50kg/MT for poultry, swine and ruminants.

STABILITY AND STORAGE
Stable for 2 years when stored in dry conditions

PACKAGING
25kg bags

3A PROMUNE is GMO Free








 

Strategic Supply

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