Natural Probiotic Treatment to Control Loose drops



200 Billions CFU /100 g

Saccharomyces species

Bifidobacterium species

Lactobacillus species


               The use of probiotics in poultry has increased steadily over the years due to higher demand for antibiotic-free poultry. Probiotics are live microorganisms that provide health benefits to the host when ingested in adequate amounts. The strains most frequently used as probiotics include lactic acid bacteria, Saccharomyces and bifidobacteria. Probiotics have demonstrated significant potential as therapeutic options for a variety of diseases, but the mechanisms responsible for these effects have not been fully elucidated yet. Several important mechanisms underlying the antagonistic effects of probiotics on various microorganisms include the following: modification of the gut microbiota, competitive adherence to the mucosa and epithelium, strengthening of the gut epithelial barrier and modulation of the immune system to convey an advantage to the host. Accumulating evidence demonstrates that probiotics communicate with the host by pattern recognition receptors, such as toll-like receptors and nucleotide-binding oligomerization domain-containing protein-like receptors, which modulate key signaling pathways, such as nuclear factor-ĸB and mitogen-activated protein kinase, to enhance or suppress activation and influence downstream pathways. This recognition is crucial for eliciting measured antimicrobial responses with minimal inflammatory tissue damage. 



  • ANTI-DIA Modify of the intestinal Microbiota and Stimulation of the Immune system.
  • ANTI-DIA Reduces inflammatory reactions and decrease in ammonia and urea excretion.
  • ANTI-DIA helps in colonization of animal gastro intestinal tract and controls the Pathogenic microorganisms such as E. coli and Salmonella etc., which are responsible for Diarrhea disease.
  • ANTI-DIA Produces secondary molecules which show anti-inflammatory properties thus helps in controlling of inflammatory bowel disease or irritable bowel syndrome.
  • ANTI-DIA Produces various enzymes which help in easy food digestion and easy nutrient absorption.
  • ANTIDIA Improves rate of feed efficiency, animal growth, weight gain and Performance of all birds.



Broilers: 250-500 gm/metric ton of feed.

Breeders: 500 gm/metric ton of feed (or) as advised by a Qualified Poultry Consultant