Studies have shown that adding Spirulina to your cattle feed has positive influence on animal health, welfare and fertility. The improved resistance to disease, gained by the regular consumption of Spirulina, decreases the need for antibiotics, thus improves yields in both quality and quantity.
Spirulina’s rich nutrient composition supplies farm animals with the majority of their dietary needs, including important amino acids, vitamins and trace elements. In addition to improving the animal’s digestion capability, Spirulina cattle feed also assists in strengthening their immune system, which reduces the need for antibiotics and multivitamin formulas. Altogether, the nutrients found naturally in Spirulina help farm animals to fight against the stresses generally linked with standard farming practices.
Mixing spirulina in your cattle feed is both humane and revolutionary!
Numerous studies have shown an increase in milk fat, milk protein and lactose, and a significant decrease in saturated fatty acids and somatic cell count, thus improving milk’s food safety value.
On one research, Spirulina has managed to increase milk yields by 21%, while maintaining the welfare of animals and supplying consumers with enhanced nutritional values.
Bull sperm motility, concentration and post-storage viability were all positively affected when bulls received a bio-extract removed from Spirulina (Granaci 2007).
These results could be attributable to Spirulina’s influence on microbial protein synthesis, avoidance of rumen degradation and its nutrient-rich composition.