Calves: improved feed intake and digestion, increased daily gain and final body weight, improved zoometric performance, less diarrhea and pneumonia, increased amount of simple bacteria and rumen microorganisms.
Goats: increased milk quantity and improved milk quality, increased appetite, less diarrhea, feed is consumed more economically, the herd becomes calmer — no more injuries.
Piglets: feed is consumed more economically, fast growth, less diarrhea.
Dairy cows: more milk, increased protein content in milk, higher dry matter consumption.
Broiler chickens: weight gain, improved feed utilization, especially at the start of fattening.
Turkeys: weight gain, improved feed utilization, especially at the start of fattening.
Horses: improved hair structure, flexibility in the sole and hoof wall, mobility, nutrient absorption.
Fish: high weight gain, optimal feed conversion, high survival rate.
Rabbits: improved growth and development, survival and health of young animals during the fattening period, efficient use of feed.
Pigeons: considerable improvement of feather condition (gloss, color), increased vitality and resistance to infections, accelerated incubation and chicks growth.