Since the lactic-producing microbe (Pediococcus Pentosaceous) survives very well in the acid part of stomach, it starts replicate itself immediately in the intestines to the range of 10*5 – 10*7 CFU, the amount of which is quite adequate to produce the optimum
level of bacteriocines (Pediocin), which will effectively destroy any pathogenic bacteria.
In addition, the other 2 yeast cells (Pichia.. & Dekkera … producing
acetic acid) which are taught to be symbiotic, will work together both in survival and in processing of breaking down / digest organic matter.
The combination of these symbiotic 3 microbes makes the product very stable. They will collaborate to produce pediocins, amino acids and enzymes beneficial to the animal.The whole process will continue throughout the whole digestive tract and even much later when it is excreted to the floor.
Therefore, if the product is being used continuously, the animal willl be heathy from within. Beside, the distinct reduction of smell problem from the manure, from the reduced emission of ammonia will also be an added benifits to overall health of the animal as well.