Today’s Trademark- Flavomycin
Flavomycin is a microflora manager consisting of a granular fermentation product of Streptomyces ghanaensis. Flavomycin is a microflora manager consisting of a Streptomyces ghanaensis granular fermentation product.
Flavomycin improves performance and is active against a broad spectrum of bacteria by sparing beneficial gut bacteria while enforcing the natural defense system. Furthermore, Flavomycin reduces antibiotic resistance.
The drug can effectively prevent the synthesis of carbohydrates and proteins and decrease irritability by establishing a balance between groups of intestinal flora and maintaining the stability of the PH.
It encourages poultry and livestock growth and enhances the food conversion rate. In poultry, pigs, cattle, and other animals, it is used to improve weight gain and feeding efficiency.
It has also been shown that flavomycin decreases the frequency of transferable drug resistance in Gram-negative enteropathogens and reduces the excretion in pigs, calves, and chickens of pathogenic bacteria such as Salmonella.