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Animal Care

In vivo and in vitro models to test toxin binders

14-12-2020

What’s the best way to test toxin binders?

Animal Care

Reinforcing the gut wall integrity of the chicks, Thanks to Algae!

14-12-2020

Farmers, poultry integrators, avian zoo-technicians and veterinarians are continually seeking to increase the performances of poultry farms, within the context of limiting the use of antibiotics in all poultry species. Olmix has recently developed new 100% natural solutions, able to promote an optimal gut integrity through a higher production of mucins, the main components of the intestinal mucous layer.

Animal Care

Improving vaccination efficiency with macroalgal polysaccharides

07-12-2020

Ms Frédérick Bussy, Olmix Group’s For Vet Specialist, describes how specific biological algae extracts can play a vital role when it comes to chick management in the farm.

Animal Care

Organic aquaculture: challenges and hopes

26-11-2020

Aquaculture producers are searching for natural solutions to meet market demands.

Animal Care

The reasons behind the research on MSP®, the new biological sea treasures patented by Olmix

28-10-2020

Olmix Group has become one of the major global specialists in marine biotechnology and green chemistry and offers algae-based solutions for plants, animals and humans to build a healthy food chain, based on circularity, reduction of pesticide, antibiotic and chemical additive use.

Animal Care

Valorize your farm effluents with Z’fix® Slurry

15-09-2020

PRESS RELEASE

Controlling the fermentations in slurries to benefit from their full potential

Animal Care

Red and green algae promoting pig gut health

25-08-2020

Seaweed contains ‘sulphated polysaccharides’ – components that are not found in plants, yeast or microalgae. Yet animals do react well to them. Combining sulphated polysaccharides from green and red algae, a new strategy has seen the light that can help weaner pigs in programmes without antibiotics.

Animal Care

Recent research with ULVANS

24-08-2020

The effects of sulfated polysaccharides from the cell wall of green macroalge in the immune modulation of 2 important cell populations: monocytes and neutrophils.