Prosol launches the official Biosprint® portal: news, videos and reports
Prosol S.p.A, the Italian biotech company located in Madone, launched a few weeks ago a website dedicated entirely to Biosprint® brand, www.biosprint.bio. Biosprint® is an active dry yeast (saccharomyces cerevisiae) used to improve animal’s well-being and enhance their performances. The website describes uses and benefits of this particular yeast extract with information, infographics, tests and trial data results available to breeders and feeding stuffs industry, which caters Biosprint®.
Yeast extracts in animal feed: the advice of the experts
Yeast extracts and probiotics play an essential role in animal nutrition: they indeed improve animals’ health and increase their performances in a natural way. The most positive effects of probiotic yeast in animal nutrition is regarded as an area of increasing scientific interest: their effectiveness in ruminants and in animals' performance has been investigated and demonstrated for over 30 years. Since many years farmers use yeasts to improve performances of their animals. Biosprint® utilization in animals feed, promotes rumen fermentation processes, improves feed energy utilization and nutrients assimilation granting better productivity.
Why farmers choose Biosprint®
The interest of farmers to control the ruminal fermentation with the aim to improve the animal nutritional efficiency, has always been strong. Since more than 20 years such interest has driven farmers towards innovative solutions in animal feeding, having a positive economical effect on well-being of animals and their performance:
“-In today's day and age, animal welfare is vital especially for farmers who rear animals. The type of food given to animals produces a huge impact on their wellbeing. I utilize Biosprint because it is a natural product…More attention for animal feed allows you to get products with higher quality. The type of food given to animals results in better quality of products.-”
You can find more details about the experimental tests on the Biosprint website.