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PerC S50 & PerC P50

PerC S50 & PerC P50 is the controlled-release preparation with guarantee of 50% sodium butyrate content, and its 50% functional components can be delivered…


PerC S50 & PerC P50 is the controlled-release preparation with guarantee of 50% sodium butyrate content, and its 50% functional components can be delivered to the colon, produced by Hunan Perfly Biotech Co., Ltd. According to the different digestive physiology characteristics of swine and poultry, the types of swine use and poultry use are designed respectively.



  • Main ingredients: sodium butyrate, special coated materials
  • Guaranteed analysis: 50%

PerC S50: Swine use; PerC P50: Poultry use



In modern intensive  cultivation  process, many factors will affect the animals’  intestinal  health: such as dietary antinutritional factors (NSP, soybean antigen); mycotoxins; bacteria, virus, para­sites infection; stress and so on.


They affect animals’ intestinal health in different degrees (intestinal villus damage, intestinal micro-ecology damage), the direct performance reflected in the production process is pigs’ diarrhea, feed feces and watery diarrhea, humid padding, odor of ammonia, high rate of feed to meat (eggs), short laying peak period, poor quality of eggs. Confronted with such complaints, many feed enterprises chose to increase the antibiotic dosage. However, long-term abused antibiotics in feed will result in antimicrobial resistance and antibiotic residues and may cause a series of negative effects on livestock and poultry products.


The new type of feed additive-sodium butyrate that was included into “feed additives species catalogue” by the Ministry of Agriculture in 2003 can partially substitute for antibiotics to play the roles of supplying energy for intestinal cells (repairing the damaged intestine), regulating the micro-ecology balance in gastrointestinal tract and preventing diarrhea, shaping feces, and improving poultry health and production performance.


Compared with the mammals, poultry has special digestive system. Firstly, poultry digestive tract is relatively short, the residence time of digesta is short; secondly, poultry intestinal villus is more, renewal rate of epithelial cells is quick (time interval is 48-96 hours), the response to inflammation is quickly (the process is less than 12 hours, mammals need 3-4 days). Therefore, the poultry’s response to intestinal problems is more sensitive   than   mammals, and  intestinal  problems  are likely  to occur  in the  whole  process.  Healthy intestines not only can improve the digestion and absorption rate, but also can reduce the intestinal   pathogenic bacteria  invasion  and diseases  to improve  the production  performance  and economic benefits.