Why use a livestock probiotic?

Honey Sweetie Acres is pleased to be distributors of Pro-Biostatin LIVE probiotic for Livestock. After using ProBiostatin Livestock Probiotic with our own herd, we were thrilled with the results and have made it a part of our daily feeding routine. No matter what form of livestock you raise, better feed utilization means improved performance and farm ROI. 1 and 2 lb containers are available to allow trials on your own farm. Ordering information is below!
ProBiostatin Livestock Probiotic for goats

ProBiostatin Probiotic

ProBiostatin Livestock Probiotic represents the newest development in improving the delivery and survivability of beneficial probiotics. By combining three patented technologies, ProBiostatin is able to increase the beneficial effect of specific probiotic strains by stabilizing gastric pH and reducing metabolic loss through the stomach

Proven beneficial probiotic strains

ProBiostatin Livestock Probiotic Is Available in Formulas For Equine, Dairy, Steers, Sheep, Swine, Poultry, Goats, Alpacas & Llamas

  •  Also available in larger bulk quantity of 50-lb tubs…ask for quote.

The facilitator is a gastric stabilizer, clinically proven to aid in protein isolate survivability. Protected by two US patents, ProBiostatin’s all-natural facilitator reduces metabolic loss, gastric acid production and temporarily raises alkalinity to provide a favorable environment that reduces gastric shock responsible for the loss of most probiotics.

Trials have shown it reduces or eliminates the use of antibiotics, lowers mortality and morbidity rates and increases the uptake of feed nutrients, vitamins and minerals

ProBiostatin Livestock Probiotic

A gastric stabilizer

ProBiostatin Livestock Sheep/Goat Formula is a feed additive that offers an all-natural, chemical-free product to improve the delivery and survivability of beneficial livestock probiotics. This unique, patented formula is designed to increase the microbial mass of the intestinal tract and increase the beneficial uptake and utilization of proteins, carbohydrates and nutrients in the existing livestock diet.