A new look at yeast cultures as probiotics for ruminants

01-12-2001 | |

Aerobic yeasts in an anaerobic environment? Scientists are converting to this idea, after research shows just how beneficial results achieved might be. Yeasts are most efficient when the rumen is not functioning optimally, chiefly when diets are overloaded in easily fermentable energy, or are poor in nutrients.

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