CON-VERGE™– Where Immunity, MicroBiome and Colonization Resistance Meet
To feed a MicroBasics product is to push the boundaries of possibility, unconstrained by cost and red tape. Our formulation philosophy is built on Immunity principles that free us to innovate and create our greatest visions. On these foundations, icons are born.
To own the moment yet exist beyond it: this is what makes an icon. As new technologies and innovations unfold, we push towards the next frontier: embracing the possibilities of MicroBiome Engineering. Our values are unwavering while our vision remains clear: eliminate antibiotics and coccidiostats from animal feed.
The intestine harbors an ecosystem composed of the intestinal mucosa and the commensal microbiota. The microbiota fosters development of the Immune system, aids digestion and protects host cells from pathogens.
Feed Good. Do Good.™
A biosecurity and nutrition program designed to help keep animals free of diseases.
ELIMINATION OF IN-FEED ANTIBIOTICS AND COCCIDIOSTATS
Specific restrictions on the use of antibiotics are important in human medicine.
HOLISTIC VETERINARY CARE
A Veterinary health program that includes a comprehensive animal health plan.
A third – party audited animal welfare program following established and science – based standards.
Technology to minimize the carbon footprint of animal production and improve nutrient management programs.
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