• It is a group of anaerobic bacteria and enzymes that improve the animal’s productive efficiency, whether in terms of weight gain, milk production, fertility, or increased strength of the animal’s immune system.
  • ZAD belongs to the group of probiotics of anaerobic bacterial origin that help to better digest diets and produce high-quality and efficient feedstuffs that help the animal improve its performance and productivity.
  • Adding ZAD in ruminants’ diets increases the feed conversion factor, which increases animal productivity.
  • Add ZAD to animal diets that act as a catalyst for the coexisting internal bacteria inside the animal rumen, which helps to extract nutrients essential to the animal’s productivity. This stimulation improves the processes of converting feed that eats the animal.
  • ZAD works to break down aflatoxin and raises the level of immunity in animals fed on it.
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Ruminococcus Flavefaciens 11 x 103 CFU


2.5 ml / head for sheep
10 ml / head for cows and buffalo
The dosage is 40 ml / head for sheep
100 ml / head for cows and buffalo
For 3 consecutive days


Water additives
Or used as an animal dosage
Or add 1 liter per ton of mash feed


Heat-resistant and extrusion-resistant 50 %

Product Revenue – Milk

1 liter daily milk for cows
0.5 liter daily milk for buffaloes

Product Revenue – Meat

200 g daily for cows and buffalo
90 g daily for sheep

Product Feature

1 – Improve digestion
2 – Improve production performance
3 – Raise immunity
4 – anti-toxin


2.5 ml / head for sheep
10 ml / head for cows and buffalo
The dosage is 40 ml / head for sheep
100 ml / head for cows and buffalo
For 3 consecutive days

Efficiency of use ZAD:
  • Its effect on fattening animals: buffalo calves, cows and camels were fed with different weights after adding the excess to the concentrated feed at a rate of 10:20 ml / animal. The result was as follows: When the average calf weight was from 200-400 kg the average daily increase was 200 g Daily / head.
  • In the case of high feed prices, the increase can be used as compensation for energy and protein, which leads to a decrease in the prices of concentrated feed by (4% TDN and 1% CP).
  • its effect on sheep and goats: the average increase was 90 g / head / day when the addition rate was 2.5 ml / animal.
  • ZAD and its effect on milk animals: for cows: the ZAD increases the average daily production in milk production by 1.5 liters / head / day (length of milk season).
  • For buffalo: the ZAD in the average daily production in milk production was 1 liter / head / day (length of milk season).
  • Its effect on the fertility of females and males: the ZAD increases the sperm count for males as well as reduces the percentage of deformed sperm as well as the use of the ZAD increases the fertility of females.
  • When dosing calves that lost their ability to eat by about 100-150 ml of ZAD for a period of 3 days, this led to a return to their nature and increased ability of calves to grow. When dosing buffalo and milk cows 40 ml per day led to increased milk production 1.8 / head / day.
  • The effect of using ZAD on diets fibers: the cellulase enzyme and hemicellulase enzyme present in the ZAD break down cellulose and hemicellulose to raw materials that are easy to digest and absorb in the animal’s digestive system without affecting the lignin of the diet, where the breakage of the lignin results in phenol and it is known that phenol toxin is harmful.


ZAD obtained a patent No. 24551 from the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology, October 4, 2009