Effect of Inactivated Lactic Acid Bacteria on Growth Performance of Early WeanedHite  Publish time :2017-08-10
Probiotics (or microecological preparations) refer to a class of active microorganisms that can improve the microbial balance of the host's gastrointestinal tract and promote the health of the host. At present, such probiotic preparations made from living microbial cells have been widely used in human and animal intestinal care, as well as adjuvant treatment of intestinal diseases. However, for the first time in 1999, we have reported that inactivated Lactobacillus acidophilus cells as a human oral or animal feed additive can achieve the same effect as the viable preparation, and in terms of stability, Win, and thus give the concept of probiotics with a new interpretation. After a lot of scholars, including we further carried out the inactivation of lactic acid bacteria as animal feed additives research, the source is our more than 10 years of scientific research crystallization.
The vitamins are composed of the cells that are heat inactivated by Lactobacillus acidophilus BFI and the metabolites secreted by the culture process. Its active ingredients include intact Lactobacillus inactivated cells, cell wall polysaccharides, cell contents, and bacteriocin such as Escherichia coli and Salmonella. Its main role is to prevent and assist in the treatment of poultry, especially young animals, common diarrhea, including bacterial and viral diarrhea, which can be used as an alternative to antibiotics.
The aim of this study was to study the effects of adding vitamins on the growth performance of early weaned piglets, such as diarrhea, growth rate, feed intake, feed ratio and so on, to verify their comprehensive use in actual production , While the analysis of the application of vitamins in the early stage of weaning piglet management brought about by the various economic benefits.