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Our probiotic solution in animal feed: Alterion®

Adisseo's Probiotic Solution

Alterion® is a complete probiotic solution for poultry specifically designed to help deliver consistency. Made from a unique spore forming Bacillus subtilis strain, Alterion® has an innovative formulation that ensures a hassle-free usage as well as an optimal activation in the small intestine. By acting positively on the gut microbiota, Alterion has a beneficial dual action on both performance and microbial balance.

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Probiotic solution: Alterion

Why using Alterion® ?

During production, birds are regularly challenged by various stress factors including feed content or pathogens. By balancing gut microbiota Alterion will help the animals to perform optimally, even under challenged conditions, providing at the same time a protection against future intestinal disorders.

Benefits

Alterion® is design to bring you consistency in every possible way. *Click on each item*.

Effective technical properties and dual action on performance and gut health

Alterion® NE

Alterion® NE is the concentrated form of Alterion®. The product concentration is 1.1010 CFU/g. The recommended dosage is 10g/ton of feed treated for a final concentration of 1.108 CFU/kg in the feed.

 

Alterion® NE50

Alterion® NE is the diluted form of Alterion. The product concentration is 2.108 CFU/g. The recommended dosage is 500g/ton of feed treated for a final concentration of 1.108 CFU/kg in the feed.

Adisseo and Novozymes launched  their jointly-developed probiotic, Alterion® for poultry, in early 2016.

You can watch the interview of the 2 partners and also know more about Adisseo first probiotic solution with 5 additional videos.

Introduction “meet Alterion®”
How to select the right probiotic strain?
Consistent Results from R&D to the field
Mode of Action
Key messages to remember

Testimonials

2 interviews on how Alterion® main characteristics make it an effective probiotic.

 

The selection process for a consistent probiotic solution

The lifecycle of Alterion®, from the feed to the animal


The journey of Alterion® from robust spores to beneficial vegetative cells

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Last product’s news

  • #3/4 Consistent results
    One word to describe Alterion®: Consistency! Thanks to its modes of action and its formulation, Alterion® provides significant and consistent improvements in the performance indicators measured in poultry livestock. Alterion® also improves the animal’s digestive comfort and well-being parameters. Have a look at the full animation on: https://bit.ly/2HDk0pC  
  • #2/4 Consistent actions
    One word to describe Alterion®: Consistency! #2/4 Consistent actions Bacillus subtilis DSM 29784 is the result of a strict selection of more than 900 AAFCO-listed strains to provide stability, effectiveness, functionality and safety (no antibiotic resistance genes and non-hemolytic) in order to preserve the overall health and welfare of the Read more.
  • #1/4 – A consistent mix that ensures a homogenous blend
    One word to describe Alterion®: Consistency! #1/4 A consistent mix that ensures a homogenous blend Alterion® contains spores of Bacillus subtilis DSM 29784. The spore form naturally protects the bacilli from pressure, acidity and temperature. This makes Alterion® stable under harsh pelleting and gastric conditions, thus ensuring its efficiency where it matters Read more.
  • Bacillus subtilis for an improved microbiota
      December 2018 Managing gut health is key to allow poultry to express their full genetic potential. Any compromise to gut health has a negative effect on both overall health and bird performance. By Vincent Jacquier and  Damien Prévéraud, Adisseo
  • Adisseo partners with TX A&M to host the third Poultry Leaders of Tomorrow seminar
    December, 2018 Adisseo partners with TX A&M to host the third Poultry Leaders of Tomorrow seminar ALPHARETTA, GEORGIA— Adisseo USA recently concluded their third Poultry Leaders of Tomorrow (PLT) seminar in conjunction with Texas A&M University. PLT is an invitation-only educational event for poultry science and veterinary graduate students.  The Read more.
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