Rescue Kit® SL

Rescue Kit® SL restores balanced gut microbiota following antibiotic treatment and while recovering from digestive disorders. It addresses key issues related to gut health, nutrient absorption, and immunity with a blend of two powerful probiotics, betaine, and highly bioavailable trace minerals and vitamins. Rescue Kit® SL is a comprehensive solution to maintain overall animal health.

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Feed Solutions:

Product Benefits.

Modes of Action.

Our effective range of feed additives and dietary feed supplements are specifically selected and developed to support animal health and productivity. Their modes of action add value and benefit.


Trace minerals and vitamins are important co-factors in physiologic processes. Trace elements function as activators of antioxidant enzymes. Vitamins have numerous roles in biochemical functions.

Methyl-group Donor

Methyl groups are vital for RNA and DNA synthesis, gene regulation, immune function, protein synthesis, and fatty acid metabolism. During growth and development, these pathways are highly active.

Competitive Exclusion

Outcompeting other germs for resources such as nutrients, space, or binding sites. This mechanism reduces the risk of non-beneficial or pathogenic overgrowth.

Reinforced Intestinal Barrier

Strengthening of mucosal linings by supporting tight junction formation, immune response, epithelial regeneration, and mucous secretion. This mechanism prevents harmful substances from entering the blood system.

Strong Epithelium

Zinc is essential for the function of enzymes involved in the production of keratin, which makes up skin, hair, and hooves. Zinc is key for wound healing and high turnover epithelial tissue.

Product Specifications.

Product Group:Dietary Feed Supplement
Product Form:Powder
Animals:Calves, Chicken, Breeders, Broilers, Layers, Ducks, Turkeys, Fattening Turkeys, Sows, Piglets, Fattening Pigs
Challenges:Pathogen Control, Immune Deficiency, Nutrient Deficiency
Package Size:1 kg, 5 kg
Availability:*This product may not be available in all markets.
Animal Category:Turkeys

Application Method.

Product Description.

The maintenance of a healthy gut microbiota is essential for the well-being and performance of farm animals. Unfortunately, several factors can disrupt the gut microbiota, leading to an imbalance in gut microbiota. This can affect the animal’s health and productivity. Rescue Kit® SL has been specifically designed to restore the balance of the gut microbiota—the key to animal health and productivity.

Rescue Kit® SL contains unique, highly effective probiotic strains. Together, these beneficial bacteria significantly increase lactic acid bacteria in the small intestine. The probiotics in Rescue Kit® SL colonize the gut and supports beneficial gut microbiota through competitive exclusion of harmful bacteria. This may help reduce digestive upset and the risk of nutrient malabsorption. The result is improved overall gut health and animal performance.

Rescue Kit® SL contains E.C.O.Trace®. E.C.O.Trace® is a blend of organically bound trace minerals that meet the nutritional needs of the animal. Rescue Kit® SL’s blend of E.C.O.Trace® trace elements have fewer antagonistic effects and insoluble complexes between minerals and other dietary compounds, and less release of free metal ions in the upper intestine. The result is more effective transport and absorption in the intestinal tract.

Rescue Kit® SL contains betaine, which acts as an osmoprotectant. It prevents dehydration by retaining water in the cells of the intestinal wall. This can reduce the amount of water in the stool, improves stool consistency, and prevents dehydration.

Rescue Kit® SL is a vital solution to help maintain the overall health and well-being of your livestock. With its ability to restore the balance of the gut microbiota and suppress the growth of harmful bacteria, Rescue Kit® SL is a valuable addition for optimal gut health and animal performance.

Rescue Kit SL

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