Animal Health Care :

Probiotic:- "The natural alternative for animal health care"
"A live Microbial feed supplement which beneficially affects the host animal by improving its intestional balance"
This emphasizes the importance of live cells as an essential component of an effective probiotic.The inclusion of probiotics in the animal feed regulates and enhances the microbial environment, allows the establishment of healthy gastro-intestinal microflora, reduces digestive upsets, improves feed conversion ratio and thus increases animal performance, in final analysis lactobacillus sporogenes has a high degree of aflatoxin degradation potential. Hence, supplementation of feed with L.Sporogenes improves weight gain and feed efficiency by reducing NH3 concentration and aflatoxins content and by preventing diseases caused by pathogenic microbial flora. Increased weight increments in aquaculture are realised as lactobacillus enhances cleavage of high molecular weight proteins and improves biological availability of feeds In addition to this, it possesses antibiotic activity against Staphylococci and coliform bacteria.It is therefore ideally used as a growth Promoter.

  • Aspergillus oryzae
  • Bacillus coagulans
  • Bacillus subtils
  • Lactobacillus sporogenes
  • Bacillus mesentricus
  • Bacillus polymyxa
  • Bacillus licheniformis

Limits the activity of harmful pathogenic bacteria(E.coli,Salmonella,Campylobacter etc.)
Maintains a healthy,balanced got microflora
improves performance
Reduces digestive upsets
Improves FCR (feed conversion ratio)
Improves resistance to stress and disease
lowers mortality - improves profitability



LACTOMOREProbiotic animal feed supplement


Specially formulated for dairy animals

  • Improves milk yield, fat content and density
  • Improves feed conversion
  • Reduces digestive upsets
  • Limits the activity of harmful pathogens
  • Maintains a healthy, balanced gut micro flora
  • Improves resistance to stress and disease

Ruminants like buffaloes and cows depend on rumen performance. Microbial action in the rumen breaks down fibers, starches and proteins into absorbable nutrients These nutrients are used for growth, maintenance & milk
Production.Billions of bacteria and other organisms co exist in an orchestered balance during rumen fermentation,Providing a major part of the dairy cow/buffaloes energy and protein needs.This balance can be significally affected by stress, disease and ration Changes.When beneficial populations of these Microbes are negatively impacted, fewer nutrients are made available to the ruminant animal performance suffersand the animal becomes less productive.

When Lactomore is admisistered along with feed the beneficial microbes along with other nutrients present in Lactomore start acting in the rumen. As a result the animal expresses higher level of production perormance, can withstand stress better and resist disease.

It is a well known fact that with the use of microbials in feed the animals peak earlier in lactation, produce more milk and fat percentage.