Article published the March 25, 2019
The addition of yeasts as additive in ruminant diets has favorable effects on microbial population and on the ruminal fermentative indicators. Consequently, health and productivity of animals are improved (Stella et al. 2007 and Doleža et al. 2011). There are multiple products in the world market in which commercial strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast are employed as activators of ruminal fe ...
Article published the January 8, 2019
The addition of yeasts to the diet of ruminant animals exerts favorable effects on the microbial population and on the fermentative indicators of the rumen and as consequence; it improves health and animals productivity (Bruno et al. 2009 and Al Ibrahim et al. 2012).
The Animal Science Institute (ICA) from the Republic of Cuba has a collection of yeast isolated from the ruminal ecosystem, which d ...
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