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      Diversified Nutri-Agri Technologies Inc.

Advanced Living Probiotic & Natural Mycotoxin Binding Technology

Approximately 90 % of the intestinal flora in birds is
composed of facultative lactic acid producing bacteria such
as lactobacilli, Enterococcus and some strictly anaerobic

The remaining 10 % are such as Escherichia coli,
clostridium, Staphylococcus, Pseudomonas, and others.
(FOX, 1988).
Poultry grown in intensive production facilities are subjected
           to many additional types of stressors
1.Transportation from the hatchery facility to the farm
2. High production density and overpopulation

3. Vaccination programs

4. Variations in environmental temperatures

5. Pathogenic, viral, bacterial and toxicogenic field challenges
 Stressors have a detrimental effect in the normal balance of
 the intestinal flora resulting in a decreased immune response,
 (JIN et al., 1997).
 Also other important factors are affected such as:
Increased intestinal infections due to secretion of toxins,
   Reduced rate of growth,
      Increased feed conversion,
         Reduced egg production,
            Lowered fertility,
               Diminished hatchability,
Qualitative factors are affected as well such as
the carcass quality. (bruising as seen here>>>)

These problems are further exacerbated by the likely increase of
opportunistic pathogenic bacteria, resultant diarrheas and anemic
conditions. (FOX, 1988).

Research involving plausible solutions to this problem has
recently focused attention on the natural defense mechanisms
that are normally available to poultry and livestock in general in
their own intestinal portal tissue.
MYCOLACTOR is one leading and high quality result of such
intense research and investigation by DINATEC, (Diversified
Nutri-Agri Technologies Inc.,)

Mycolactor seeks to restore the negative effects produced via
antibiotic treatments, degrade many deleterious types of
mycotoxins and bacterial toxins, and to eventually replace the
use of antibiotics altogether.
The use of probiotics in poultry operations is gaining
momentum by the day. The reason and even necessity for this
is that probiotics offer a wide array of advantages that poultry
operators can not afford to overlook
   A probiotic should afford the following characteristics

1. That it contribute probiotics which are analogous to the
native micro-flora of the organism.

2. That it not produce any deleterious effects nor originate from
toxic substances.

3. That the micro-organisms in the probiotic have the ability to
adhere easily to the intestinal wall and multiply rapidly.
        WHAT IS
A unique combination of highly effective live colony
forming microorganisms consisting of 150 X 106 CFM of:

Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, Enterococcus faecium,
Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lacobacillus casei, Lactobacillus
plantarrum and Lactobacillus brevis placed in media consisting
of dried brewers yeast which includes brewers’ grain (barly and
wheat), oligosaccharides and cell wall extract.

  A 100 % natural probiotic.

        A 100 % natural toxin binder
   Natural Probiotic and Toxin Binding Technology
            Why use MYCOLACTOR?

⊳ Producers commonly feed low levels of antibiotics for
growth promotion

⊳ The feed industry is looking for alternatives to this
practice because many pathogenic microorganisms are
becoming resistant antibiotics

⊳ MYCOLACTOR offers a viable, effective and natural
alternative to the widespread use of antibiotics.
What does MYCOLACTOR do?
Provides a source of live, naturally occurring microorganisms
as an aid in the amelioration of mycotoxicoses.

Maintains a healthy microbial balance in animals.
Supplements desirable organisms to newborn animals during
incidences of scours at weaning and other diet changes.
Helps maintain appetite.

Used as part of a health maintenance program.
                        I. How does MYCOLACTOR work?

Beneficial bacteria produce a variety of organic acids and other
compounds that inhibit the growth of E.coli and other intestinal
pathogens. Organic acids also can serve as energy sources to
the animal or other beneficial bacteria.

Lactic acid bacteria produce antimicrobials that inhibit intestinal

Beneficial bacteria deconjugate bile salts inhibiting enteric
                      II. How does MYCOLACTOR work?
Lactic acid bacteria out-compete pathogens for nutrients in the
gut.( figure 1)
                    III. How does MYCOLACTOR work?
Animals fed lactic acid-producing bacteria have an increase of
activity in their immune system, improving the animal’s
resistance to bacterial infections.
                      IV. How does MYCOLACTOR work?
Beneficial bacteria produce enzymes which breakdown
feedstuffs into smaller, more easily absorbed nutrients.

 Lactic acid bacteria reduce the level of amines in the gut
 which are toxic.

   Lactobacillus   Lactobacillus
   acidophilus     casei           Enterococcus
                V. How does MYCOLACTOR work?



                   Bio- Degradation
                         VI. How does MYCOLACTOR work?
Bio- Transformation
 Bio-Transformation is one of four processes involved in toxicokinetics
                      VI. How does MYCOLACTOR work?
Bio- Transformation

Two  substances with equal toxicity and absorption may differ
in hazard depending on the nature of their iotransformation. A
substance biotransformed into a more toxic metabolite
(bioactivated) is a greater hazard than a substance that is
biotransformed into a less toxic or even non-toxic metabolite
                            VI. How does MYCOLACTOR work?
 Bio- Transformation
What is Toxicokinetics?
Toxicokinetics is essentially the study of "how a toxic substance such as a
mycotoxin gets into a given physiological organism such as abody or a
multicellular biological system and what happens to it in that system".

  It is widely known that many pathogenic bacteria have become
  immune to many tyoes of antibiotics which are in many instances

   Mycolactor has specially selected strains of Lactobacillus, E. faecium, S.
   cerevisiae and other technologies that Bio-Transform, (detoxify) mycotoxins.
                     VI. How does MYCOLACTOR work?
Bio- Agglutination

  The process by which toxic or pathogenic substances
  “stick” to long chain olygosacharide molecules
                    VI. How does MYCOLACTOR work?
Bio- Degradation

      Degaradation via enzymatic activity
                          BENEFITS EXPLANATION
 Metabolizes substrates into sugars, vitamins, amino acids &
  proteins making them unavailable to pathogens.
 Overpowers & outcompetes pathogenic bacteria.
 Produces lactic acid decreasing intestinal pH, inhibiting
  pathogenic bacteria growth.

 Metabolizes bacteriocines which work against pathogenic

 Increases enzymatic activity & absorption in the intestinal tract.
 Produces vitamins & enzymes that degrade mycotoxins.
                        BENEFITS EXPLANATION, cont.

Promotes healthy equilibrium of the intestinal flora & resulting
benefits to the animal.

Produces lactic acid which elicits an Immune reponse & the
production of antibodies & increased phagocytic activity.

Physically precludes the possibility for other harmful bacteria to
occupy the same space.
                               COMPARATIVE CHART
ADSORPTION                         YES               NO
NATURAL                       YES INORGANIC      YES ORGANIC
BIO-TRANSFORMATION                 NO                YES
BIO-AGGLUTINATION                  NO                YES
ENZYMATIC BIO-DEGRADATION          NO                YES
VITAMIN BIO-DEGRADATION            NO                YES
BIO-COMPETITIVE                    NO                YES
ENHANCES IMMUNE SYSTEM             NO                YES
INCREASED ENZYMATIC&               NO                YES
RESTORES FLORA                     NO                YES
               Guaranteed Analysis

Each gram of MYCOLACTOR is guaranteed at a minimum
of 150 million colony forming units, CFU’s)Saccharomyces
Cerevisiae, Enterococcus faecium, Lactobacillus
acidophilus, Lacobacillus casei, Lactobacillus plantarrum
and Lactobacillus brevis

MYCOLACTOR is placed in a media consisting of dried
brewers yeast which includes brewers’ grain (barely and
wheat), oligosaccharides and cell wall extract.
                    PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
ANIMAL        Beef and Dairy cows, poultry, broilers, layers, turkeys,
FEEDS         sheep and goats, pigs and horses

EFFICACY      As a 100 % natural probiotic & toxin binder
DOSAGE        1 kg per metric ton of feed
STORAGE       In dry cool conditions. Keep away from direct sunlight

EXPIRATION    One year in original package
PACKAGING     Powder and liquid* form for top dressing or mixing in feed;
              water-dispersible powders for top dressing or mixing in
              milk substitute or water. *(soon available)
              … for now …
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