Boost Poultry Health with SpiruStrong Spirulina Chicken Feed Supplement
Spirulina’s rich nutrient composition supplies chickens 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 chicken feed also assists in strengthening their immune system, which reduces the need for antibiotics, medications and multivitamin formulas. Altogether, the nutrients found naturally in Spirulina help chicken to fight against the stresses generally linked with standard farming practices.
Studies Have Shown that Spirulina....
Main advantages of spirulina for chickens
Increased pigmentation in egg yolk resulting in intense orange color
Increased antibodies and gut microbiome for stronger immunity
Decreased mortality by at least 2%
Enriches eggs with Vitamin A and Carotenoids
Enriches muscle redness
Eliminates bacteria and infections
Increases chicken growth rate and weight
Increases hen fertility and reproductivity
Brighter feathers with better visual appearance
No known side effects
Brighter Eggs & Higher Product Value
Spirulina’s effect on yolk color results from its high level content of zeaxanthin, xanthophylls and other carotenoid pigments, particularly β-carotene, which accumulates within the egg yolk. These same compounds have been found to also accumulate within the chicken's muscle tissue.
Alternative to Antibiotic Growth Promoters
Venkataraman et al. (1994) found that vitamin-mineral premixes and Antibiotic Growth Promoter normally added to chicken feed rations can be omitted when Spirulina is included; this is due to increased functionality of macrophage in the gut microbiome and overall mononuclear phagocyte system indicative of enhanced disease resistance with increased spirulina supplementation.
Greater Cost Efficiency & Feed Conversion Rate
Spirulina has been shown to be an effective means of altering chicken product quality to meet consumer preferences for richer, more nutritious eggs. Qureshi et al. (1996) found improved chicken health with only 10gr of Spirulina per kg of chicken feed formula, indicating greater production cost efficiency.
Balanced Poultry Nutrition
Our Spirulina chicken feed supplement contains active substances of antibacterial and antiviral properties which can restrain penicillium, staphylococcus aureus, hay bacillus, coliform bacteria etc. It balances poultry nutrition, promotes metabolism and absorption of nutrients, and reduces the risk of mortality due to presence of micronutrients, vitamins and minerals.
Lower Egg Cholesterol
According to studies, the total cholesterol content of eggs can be lowered by including Spirulina in layer hen rations (Sujatha and Narahari 2011). This is mainly due to Spirulina’s high antioxidant and omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) content, which enriches the nutritional value of eggs at the expense of cholesterol content (Rajesha et al. 2011; Sujatha and Narahari 2011).
Improved Amino Acid Content
Our dried Spirulina poultry supplement is a multi mineral formula containing carotene, tocopherols and unsaturated fatty acids, including L-alanine, methionine, histidine, glycine, arginine, ornithine and glutamic acid, which strengthen chicken resistance to irritability, stress and disease.