Spirulina based poultry feed eliminates the need of adding vitamins and minerals, as required in commercial formulations. Spirulina in poultry feed has shown an improved growth rate in both broilers and layers. Egg laying commences by the 20th week in layers and there is improved shell thickness. The colour of the yolk is a deep yellow due to the presence of Beta-Carotene in spirulina and this is preferred by consumers.

Spirulina has been shown to dramatically

  1. Increase fertility in chickens

  2. Simulate breeding

  3. Produce brighter plumage

  4. Raise resistance to diseases

  5. Increase intestinal tact flora

  6. Promotes overall good health

    Scientists recently announced that the food spirulina dramatically strengths the avian immune system. In scientific studies, spirulina protected birds from infection with the antibiotic-resistant taphylococcus and E.coli.