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YeaVita +

Thermo-Resistant Live Yeast For Pellet Feed


YeaVita+ is a kind of live yeast product sepcially for pelleting feeds. The specially selected strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and distinct manufacturing process makes the product resistant to high temperature of pelleting. It can adapt to the low pH environment of gastrointestinal tract and improve the feed digestability via balacing the intestinal microflora.


- Improve rearing environment (reduce ammonia and manure emission).

- Inhibit harmful bacteria growth, promote the proliferation of beneficial bacteria.

- Produce organic acids, digestive enzymes to improve feed digestibility.

- Improve fermentation in hindgut, reduce constipation incidence of sow.

- Improve feed digestibility, promote animal growth.



Feed for sow

Improve hindgut fermentation, reduce constipation of sow

Reduce the incidence of piglets disease

Improve breeding environment (reduce ammonia and manure emission)

Creep, nursery feed

Improve feed digestibility promote animal growth

Prevent piglet diarrhea

Feed for growing pig

Improve feed efficiency

Improve breeding environment (reduce ammonia and manure emission)

Prevent diarrhea incidence at autumn & winter


Broiler feed

Improve feed digestibility

Layer feed

Reduce watery stool incidence

Storage and Packaging
Store in a cool and dry place.
25KG paper bag with polyethylene liner.
Shelf life: 12 months from production date when stored in its original packaging.

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