Feed yeast is a type of microorganism commonly used in animal nutrition as a source of protein, vitamins, and minerals.
It is most often used in livestock and poultry feed but can also be used in aquaculture and pet food.
Technical Data Sheet
Feed grade yeast is a by-product of alcohol and the fermentation industry. It is obtained by reproduction of yeast’s fungi on different substrates. Color is light yellow to light gray, odor is characteristic for yeast. Yeasts are “facultative anaerobic” meaning they can develop with or without oxygen.
Active dry yeast (95% dry matter) is the most commonly used product in the animal feed industry. It is rich in B vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. Dried yeast is also very rich in protein (about 40% by weight of dry yeast is composed of proteins), and this protein is very good quality, which can be compared with the protein quality of soybean (rich in lysine).
Use: Yeast is not just a simple addition to the animal feed – it is an important modulator in digestive activities. Besides a very rich spectrum of vitamins, minerals and amino acids that contain yeast, these positive effects contribute to a better for the adoption of nutrients, development of positive bacteria in the digestive tract and generally better health of animals (probiotic properties)
|Light Yellow Powder
25 kg PP woven bag, 20 MT/20′ FCL (no pallets)
Shelf Life/ Storage:
It is guaranteed for 2 years from the date of manufacture when kept cool dry and ventilated conditions in well-closed original packing.