Active yeast

Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Active yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The combination of highly effective live yeast with a feed mixture has probiotic properties and a beneficial effect on the immune system of animals and poultry. 

Active yeast is widely used for the fermentation of cereals, legumes, straw, succulent feeds, which increases the total amount of protein and vitamins. Yeast forage is a biological method of preparing forage for feeding, increasing their nutritional value and improving taste and dietary qualities.

Active fodder yeast has no contraindications to use and is also an alternative source of natural antibiotics, enzymes, amino acids and vitamins.

  • belok
    - A VALUABLE SOURCE OF PROTEIN, MORE THAN 45%.
  • vitamin
    - CONTAIN VITAMINS, MINERALS, AMINO ACIDS
  • ves
    - PROMOTE GROWTH AND WEIGHT GAIN
  • pisha
    - IMPROVE THE DIGESTIBILITY OF FIBER
  • icro
    - STABILIZE THE pH, PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF BENEFICIAL INTESTINAL MICROFLORA
  • meshok
    - INCREASE FEED INTAKE

Brewer’s Yeast Contain:

Selenium
Magnesium           
Potassium
Phosphorus                

Zinc   
Copper                    
Iron    
Sodium                                                        

Vitamins

В1, В2, В5, В6, В9,D,E

Recommendation of Daily Feed Intake:

Horses 20-40 g

Cows and bulls 20-40 g

Calves 10-20 g

Sheep 10-20 g

Pigs 20 g

Piglets 10-15 g

Rabbits 2-3 g

Poultry 2-5 g

Fish 2-3 g

Feeding Guide:

Add the recommended amount of dry active yeast to dry or wet feed.

For best results, long-term use is recommended.

Yeast feed

For yeast feed, we use a mixture of cereals, legumes, straw, juicy medium and fine-ground feeds,

crushed root vegetables and vegetables. It is not recommended to yeast animal feed,

as well as mineral fertilizing, chalk, salt and so on. Mineral and vitamin supplements should be administered to the yeast feed only before feeding. In the process of yeast fermentation, yeast is able to synthesize protein from simple nitrogenous compounds, thereby increasing the total amount of protein and vitamins. At the same time, lactic acid bacteria multiply, the products of which are lactic, acetic, formic acid. As a result, the pH increases, which prevents the development of putrefactive bacteria in feed.

For active reproduction of yeast, it is necessary to grind the mixture well, systematically mix the feed mass.

Sourdough method of yeast:

To prepare the sourdough, we take 250-500 grams of active feed yeast, dilute them in 50 liters of warm water 35-38 ° C.

After ten minutes, we gradually pour 20 kg of feed into the tank, mixing thoroughly every 60 minutes for 6 hours. Then add 100-150 liters of warm water to the finished brew, gradually add the remaining 80 kg.

feed mixture with further stirring every hour until the end of the yeast. The duration of the process is 3-4 hours.
For the preparation of sourdough, we recommend using feed with a high carbohydrate content, mainly barley, oats, corn flour.   

A non – paired method of yeast:

The process of yeast is carried out without making sourdough. For 100 kg of dry feed, we take 250-500 grams of active

feed yeast, which we pre-breed in warm water 35-38 ° C. Pour 150-200 liters of warm water into the tank, introduce diluted yeast and gradually pour 100 kg of finely ground feed, stirring them thoroughly every 30-40 minutes for 6-9 hours.

Norms for the introduction of yeast feed:

It is necessary to introduce gradually, starting from 10% and bringing up to 50% of the daily norm. Yeast feed can be fed to all kinds of animals at different ages. Animals older than a year are fed 400 – 800 g per head per day, bulls, stallions and rams are given up to 30-40% of the total feed consumed during preparation for mating. Dairy cows are fed from 800 g to 1200 g per day, calves from 6 months to a year 300 – 400 g per day. Pigs from 600 g

up to 800 g per day, piglets from 6 months from 300 g to 400 g per day. The norms for poultry on average are no more than 20 g per head per day.

Attention!

When using yeast feeds for 30-40 days, you should take a break for 10-15 days.

Before using yeast feeds, it is necessary to consult with a specialist.