MSE granulated is a dry feed-additive that is meant to be fed on a
daily basis. It can be either added to feed at manufacture or
top-dressed. It contains several microorganisms that have
demonstrated probiotic benefits including improved feed utilization
and growth rate, and protection during everyday stresses such as
weather and some handling. MSE granulated also contains chicory
(which supplies fructooligosaccharides) and yucca shidigera.
For major stresses (birth, lactation, weaning, processing,
castration, dehorning, transport, shearing, or showing), use MSE
paste or drench.
Recommended rate of inclusion or dosages
In manufactured feed - 1 lb. MSE granulated/ton of feed for all
species of livestock.
Note: MSE granulated should never be included in feed that is
to be pelleted, the microorganisms will be killed during processing.
Instead, apply MSE Liquid after pellets have cooled.
To be used as top-dressing - Animals under 100 lb. - 1
Tablespoon (11 grams) minimum/day, animals over 100 lb. - 1
Tablespoon /100 lb./day. MSE granulated is usually well accepted and
very palatable, even if top-dressed. Store tightly sealed and in a
cool place out of direct sunlight. May be frozen once, but not
repeatedly thawed and re-frozen.
Lactobacillus acidophilis 113.4 Million CFU/g
Lactobacillus casei 113.4 Million CFU/g
Streptococcus faecium 113.4 Million CFU/g
Saccharomyces cerviseae 584 Million CFU/g
CFU/g Colony Forming Units per gram
Dried Aspergillus oryzae fermentation products, Saccharomyces
cereviseae, Lactobacillus acidophilis cultures, Lactobacillus casei,
Streptococcus faecium, processed grain by-products, Bacillus subtilis, Aspergillus niger, sodium bentonite, citric acid,
To see a comparison of MSE paste and
drench and other popular probiotics, click here
For more information, please visit our website
(http://www.naturs-way.com), contact Lark Burnham, Ph.D., Animal
Nutritionist, at:firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Natur s Way at
(785)486-9557 of (800)615-0299.
MSE Dry Microbial Concentrate has been made in Horton, Kansas, U. S.