Re-Scha Ac-i-prim 18g
Complementary feed for laying hens and broilers
Ac-i-prim with the Lactobacillus acidophilus is the successor to the legendary PT-12.
Ac-i-prim embodies everything that has impressively distinguished the previous product. Over 15 years of experience in dealing with lactobacilli and this in the pharmaceutical sector has created an inexhaustible knowledge base. Re-scha® has transferred this knowledge to the entire manufacturing process of the new product. re-schas® quality standards and those of its customers are reflected in this new probiotic food supplement. The greatest emphasis is placed on compliance with the declared number of bacteria in living lactobacilli. The external GMP laboratory from re-scha®, which has proven itself over many years, monitors the most important production stages. The product-related packaging, which enables proper storage, is also a matter of course.
Here re-scha® spared no expense and effort.
The choice of this particular l.acidophilus was not made by chance.
The Ac-i-prim contains only one probiotic bacterial strain. As the saying goes, “many cooks spoil the broth”, several different bacterial species can interfere with each other in their practice. It is extremely difficult to find bacteria of different species for a probiotic that can work together. Likewise, the 1.acidophilus is not encapsulated. What does it help the user or the animal if the capsule shell only opens after it has passed through the intestine? This risk is too great. When encapsulated, a probiotic also loses a large number of valuable, living germs.
This lactobacillus is a special isolate from a species that is frequently found in the small intestine of the target species. He is also able to occupy exposed gut receptors. In several extensive studies that were necessary for EU approval, he has shown that he can significantly improve the health (i.e. vitality) of animals. Obviously, the use of Ac-i-prim is associated with the idea of reducing the use of antibiotics. We know when dealing with the previous product,
that lactobacilli can not only set in motion enormous metabolic performance, but also help the body to synthesize nutrient products that are not artificially supplied
can. I have already described the effect of lactobacilli on pathogenic (= unwanted germs) in previous publications.
The lacidophilus shows no antibiotic resistance and therefore the Ac-i-prim must be used again and again after antibiotics. Lactobacilli with antibiotic resistance are also not approved in the EU.
Use of Ac-i-prim in the target species:
Ac-i-prim is administered optimally via the feed. Here it makes sense to use the well-known “Frutin” from re-scha® as a binding agent. So nothing goes from the valuable bacteria
Substance is lost and the lactobacilli get additional food for their multiplication. Re-schas® ,, Tarsin ”also contains important food sources for lactobacilli.
Administration via drinking water is only advisable if the animals absorb the water within 2-3 hours. Our own investigations have shown that the mortality rate of living germs increases significantly with the length of time that lactobacilli remain in drinking water.
Another option for administration is to simply dust the feed with Ac-i-prim.
A practical tip: the simplest and most effective method is to put the food and Ac-i-prim in a balanced amount in a plastic bag and shake vigorously. A bit of bacterial substance will then be lost, but there is often no other option. The Ac-i-prim cannot be overdosed because too much bacteria is excreted. Lactobacilli also stop growing when the pH in the small intestine falls below a certain level.
To prepare for breeding, the animals receive Ac-i-prim for at least 14 days. Ac-i-prim can also be administered over the entire laying period to improve egg quality.
From the first day of life, young animals receive Ac-i-prim for at least 14 days. However, a longer administration time is also possible without hesitation.
Dosage of Ac-i-prim:
Ac-i-prim should, if possible, be administered over the entire daily feed.
The dosage is approx. 3 g / kg feed (= 1 lightly heaped macro measuring spoon) depending on the age of the animals.
Appropriate measuring spoons are included in the packaging as dosing aids.
Macro measuring spoons in the 120 g and 40 g Ac-i-prim can, lightly filled (= 3.0 g) for approx. 30-40 animals per day.
Micro measuring spoons in the 40 g and 1 B g Ac-i-prim can, slightly heaped (= 0.3 g) for 3-5 animals per day.
Micro measuring spoons in a 1 B g Ac-i-prim can, slightly heaped (= 0.3 g) for 3-5 animals per day.
The 40 g Ac-i prim can contains one micron and one macro measuring spoon.
Storage of Ac-i-prim:
re-scha® continues to favor storage under frozen conditions at minus 18 ° Celsius. These are conditions under which the lactobacilli remain viable for many years. So will
Of course, the Ac-i-prim product at re-scha® is stored at these freezing temperatures before it is dispatched. Temporary storage under refrigerator conditions (approx. 4 ° C – 6 ° C) for 12 months and under room temperature conditions [approx. 20 ° C – 22 ° C) over 6 months is possible.
See also the note on the product label.
This product information is to be seen as a guide for the correct use of the Ac-i-prim. re-scha® is also happy to provide detailed information about very special applications.
Corn starch, dextrose, calcium gluconate
Analytical components and contents:
1% crude protein, <1% crude fat, 1% crude fiber, 1% crude ash
Zootechnical additives per kg:
Gut stabilizers:> 5 x 10 to 11 CFU / kg
Lactobacillus acidophilus CECT 4529 (4b1715)