PlusBind Bio®

PlusBind Bio® is a blend of European silicates used in poultry, swine and aquaculture. It is intended for the effective prevention of diseases and productivity losses linked to the presence of mycotoxins in feed; also to ameliorate signs of mycotoxicosis when the disease is already established.

In addition, it contains Chicory extract, rich in non-digestible carbohydrates that:

  • Boost the growth of beneficial intestinal species such as Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, inhibiting the pathogenic ones.
  • Reinforce local digestive immunity.
  • Improve nutrient absorption.

Chicory extract has been found to increase the height of intestinal villi and the depth of the crypts, leading to a bigger contact surface between feed and intestine. This means better nutrient absorption, improved feed use and better economical feed parameters.

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Certain health statements may not be applicable in your geographical region. Product claims may differ based upon your government requirements.


Homogeneously mix with feed at a dose of 0.6-1.2 kg/ton.