Probiotic for healthy gut

Colonization of pathogenic bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract (GIT) of the bird has been a persistent problem faced by the poultry industry. The enteropathogenic and enteroinvasive bacteria entering into the digestive tract of the chicken constantly assault the gut epithelium. The normal flora of chicken gut is a complex and dynamic ecosystem of varied microbial populations. This microflora helps in digestion and prevents colonization of the intestinal wall by undesirable becteria like Clostridium, E.coli and Salmonella. Predominant members of normal flora include microaerophilic lactic acid bacteria like lactobacilli, bifidobacteria and streptococci.Frequent and prolonged use of gut acting antibiotics and systemic antibiotics invariably bring down the normal population of these desirable bacteria. This makes way for overgrowth of the potentially invasive and pathogenic bacteria causing conditions like bacterial enteritis, septicemia and loose droppings which lead to production losses. Gutpro contains high count of desirable lactic acid bacteria (live probiotic cultures in lyophilized form) which keep on proliferating in the gut microenvironment thereby suppressing the overgrowth of undesirable bacteria. Healthy gut of the bird directly reflects on the best performance in broiler, layer and breeder. Regular administration of Gutpro reduces unwanted use of antibiotics.


Each gm Contains 2 Billion (2 x 109) colony forming units (cfu) –

  • Lactobacillus acidophilus
  • Lactobacillus bulgaricus
  • Lactobacillus plantarum
  • Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  • Streptococcus faecium
  • Bifidobacterium bifidus
  • Candida rugosa


  • Dramatically helpfull to use after each anti-biotic treatment.
  • Competitive exclusion of enteroinvasive and enteropathogenic bacteria like Clostridum, E. coli and Salmonella.
  • Favorable pH of the small intestine due to the secretion of lactic acid and other organic acids.
  • Improve absorption and assimilation of nutrients through gut epithelium.
  • Lower incidence of enteritis and loose dropping.
  • Drastically reduce use of expensive antibiotic, as a first step towards antibiotic free poultry farming.


    • Chick                                   : 1 gm per liter of water for 5-7 days in first week.
    • Layer/Broiler/Breeder    : 1 gm per 4 liters of water for 5-7 days.
  • or as directed by the Nutritionist/Veterinarian.

PACKING: 100 gm. sachet.