Complementary feed for cattle and sheep regulating digestive functions


It regulates, supports and stimulates the functions of the digestive system. It provides better digestion of feeds and increases feed utilization. It helps to regulate and multiply the rumen microflora. Affects growth and development positively. It causes an increase in meat and milk yield.


Yeast and yeast-like products (Inactive yeasts), Sorbitol, Sprouted and fermented cereals, Feed additives: Saccharomyces cerevisae, DL methionine, Zinc (Glycine zinc chelate, hydrate), Manganese (Glycine manganese chelate, hydrate), Iron  (Glycine iron chelate, hydrate), Copper (Glycine Copper chelate, hydrate), Vitamin B1, Calcium propionate, Aromatic substance mixture

Yeast and yeast-like products

It regulates rumen and helps the beneficial bacteria multiply by feeding.

Sprouted and fermented cereals

Cereals become more nutritious by increased vitamins, enzymes and minerals by sprouting and fermentation and provide more benefits during the critical period.


It supports digestion by stimulating digestive hormones and bile secretion and provides energy.

Feed additives

Stabilizer of the intestinal flora ( Saccharomyces cerevisiae)

Live yeast culture. It increases digestion and performance, dry matter consumption and feed conversion. It causes an increase in milk yield.

Amino acids (DL methionine)

It participates in the synthesis of phospholipids, carnitine, creatine and polyamines. It is used in protein synthesis. It increases milk yield and feed conversion. It helps to reduce metabolic problems. It supports the immune system.

Trace elements (Zinc, Manganese, Iron, Copper in chelate form)

It is necessary for growth, reproduction, development and yield. Their deficiencies result in poor performance and yield.

Vitamins (Vitamin B1)

It takes part in carbohydrate metabolism. It acts as a coenzyme in metabolic activities. When ruminal activities are impaired, symptoms may occur due to lack of Vitamin B1 together with acidosis and irregularities in the fermentation of the rumen.

Preservatives (Calcium propionate)

It's a well source of energy and calcium , along with preventing the development of mold and harmful microorganisms in feedstuffs. It helps to eliminate subacute acidosis (ketosis) problems and increase milk production in dairy cattle.

Aromatic substances (Aromatic substance mixture)

It provides easy consumption of the feed by increasing the flavor.


1 sachet / day per cattle

1 sachet / day for 5-6 sheep or goats

is given for 3-5 days by mixing with drinking water or feed.