300 g/kg Sodium Butyrate
ZamiBoost Sodium Butyrate plays a vital role in balancing a healthy intestinal flora and stimulates the intestinal immune system, improving protection against pathogens. ZamiBoost Sodium Butyrate is effective throughout the entire gastrointestinal tract, exhibits thermostability during feed processing with the absence of strong odour.
ZamiBoost Sodium Butyrate
Sodium Butyrate is the sodium salt of butyric acid, a molecular compound that belongs to the class of carboxylic acids which consists of a four-carbon-atoms chain. Sodium butyrate contains a sodium atom in place of a hydrogen atom in a -OH group.
The molecule is readily transformed into butyric acid within the digestive tract of the birds where it plays a critical role in the function of the digestive system of animals. When ingested via the feed, it improves the intestinal health through various triggered mechanisms and gut-health promoting pathways.
- Intestinal barrier function1
Promotes the recovery of intestinal mucosal cells through its positive effect on the tight junctions.
Mucus and digestive fluid secreted by intestinal mucosa epithelium creates immune cells and antibodies.
- Pathogen Control2
Inhibits pathogenic microorganisms.
Promotes probiotic activity.
- Energy (ATP) for colonocytes3
The main energy supply material [More than 70%] in colon epithelial cell.
- Promotes intestinal villi growth and absorption function4
Improves the intestinal cell proliferation, differentiation and maturation.
Increases the mucosa thickness and villi length/crypt depth which is related to the absorption function.
1Hu Z., Guo Y. Effects of dietary sodium butyrate supplementation on the intestinal morphological structure, absorptive function and gut flora in chickens. Anim Feed Sci Technol. 2007;132:240-249
2Cox N.A., McHan F., Bailey J.S., Shotts E.B. Effect of butyric or lactic acid on the in vivo colonization of Salmonella typhimurium. J Appl Poult Res. 1994;3:315-318
3Bergman E.N., Energy contributions of volatile fatty acids from the gastrointestinal tract in various species. Physiol Rev. 1990;70:567-590
4Zhang A.W., Lee B.D., Lee S.K., Lee K.W., An G.H., Song K.B. Effects of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) cell components on growth performance, meat quality and ileal mucosa development of broiler chicks. Poult Sci. 2005;84:1015-1021
- No odour
- High thermal stability
- Effective in whole GI tract (Duodenum, Jejunum, Ileum and Colon)
- High Specific Gravity: Good recovery
- Minimal risk of handling
Use of ZamiBoost Sodium Butyrate in Poultry
- Improves feed conversion
- Promotes body weight gain
- Promotes good bacteria in GIT
- Inhibits pathogenic bacterial in GIT
- Increases feed intake
- Improves egg weight
- Increases egg production rate
- Better egg quality
- Can significantly improve the growth performance of broilers
- May inhibit the E.coli and increase the count of Lactobacillus
- Can significantly improve the quality of egg production in layers
Use of ZamiBoost Sodium Butyrate in Pigs
For use in pre-starter, starter, growers, finishers and breeders
Use of ZamiBoost Sodium Butyrate in Cattle
- Intestinal barrier function: Promotes the recovery of intestinal mucosal cells through its positive effect on the tight junctions. Mucus and digestive fluid secreted by intestinal mucosa epithelium enhances immune cells and antibodies.
- Pathogen Control: Inhibits pathogenic microorganisms, promotes beneficial intestinal microorganisms and probiotic activity
- Energy (ATP) for colonocytes: The main energy supply material (More than 70%) in colon epithelial cells
- Promotes intestinal villi growth and absorption function: Improves the intestinal cell proliferation, differentiation and maturation.
Increases the mucosa thickness and villi length-crypt depth ratio which is related to the absorption function
- Significantly increase the amount of milk
- Improved fertilization
- Even hair coat and not fluffy
- Significant reduction in retained placenta
Use of ZamiBoost Sodium Butyrate in Aquaculture
- Supplementation with Zamiboost Sodium Butyrate survival significantly enhanced the growth performance (body weight, FCR and rate) of Penaeus vannamei.