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Why choose Dynavyte MBS for your poultry?

The main reason to choose Dynavyte MBS is for a healthy gut, but there are other benefits.
Ration inclusion of Bacillus subtilis (Natto)has been shown to reduce aggressive behaviour in laying hens.

Dynavyte MBS has a nil withholding period for meat and eggs in poultry.
The use of antibiotics can be detrimental to human and animal health through residues and pathogenic microbial resistance.

Globally these are the primary reasons for the restricted uses and bans on antibiotics in food producing animals.

The Bacillus subtilis (Natto) in Dynavyte MBS forms spores when conditions are not right. These spores are resistant to high temperature (wet and dry), ultraviolet (uv) and gamma radiation, oxidising and other chemicals, and acidic environments like the stomach. Resistance to the stomach acid allows viable Bacillus subtilis (Natto) to enter the small intestine in significant quantities where it is also resistant to bile salts.

The stability of the spores at high temperatures and the ability to survive the stomach acid confer a substantial advantage over other probiotic microbes. This is essential for the benefits of B. natto metabolism producing enzymes and other substances that have various effects around the body.

Dynavyte MBS has been shown in a small pilot study of 50 layers (unpublished) to produce eggs of heavier weight (between 50 and 100g per dozen), increased shell weight, increased albumen weight and darker coloured yolks compared with the 50 chickens not given Dynavyte MBS. The farmer also observed that the hens were in better health and that there were less misshapen eggs collected (personal communication).

How does Dynavyte MBS work, is there science behind it?
The ingredients of Dynavyte MBS may have a synergistic effect that cannot be explained. The combination of Bacillus subtilis (Natto), humates and Ascophyllum nodosum (brown kelp) have been studied individually for years with many benefits observed.

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