Vision and Mission

Vision

Creating and curating animal rearing practices to eliminate antibiotic residues and resistance is envisioned by us ever since inception in 2001. A significant percentage of antibiotic use could be reduced through best farming practices and reducing stress-induced activities. Bacteria are opportunistic – a stressed, and unhappy animal has fewer defences, uses more metabolic energy to offset stress and is much more vulnerable to infection. We want to make the switch to responsible use of antibiotics easy and manageable for livestock and poultry producers through a step-by-step approach.

Mission

Our mission is to accomplish best farm animal practices and to mitigate the need for antibiotics with nutritional solutions- feed additives for gut health. The feed additive research has heavily relied on researching one specific product at a specific time point of an animal’s life. To truly move the needle on sustainability and efficiencies, nutritional research will need to evolve Furthermore, collaboration across animal health, nutrition, agronomy, and food production is paramount to fully capture and re-utilise key nutrients.

Why Choose Us

Our products are built with a unique and effective combination of bacteriophage cocktail and probiotics. We provide the expertise, products, services, and models to help producers focus their resources on the areas that matter most across the feed, farm, and health aspects of their operations. By assessing each producer’s unique situation, we can help develop a plan to gradually transition their business to sustainable practices and reduce the use of antibiotics in a way that benefits both animal health and profitability.

We are ISO 9001:2015 certified company. We are also delighted to announce that we comply by the norms of WHO – Good Manufacturing Practices.

Sustainably improving health efficiency and performance-
Mitigating AMR (Antimicrobial Resistance)

” By finding new and different ways to attack infectious bacteria, we’re developing smarter and more effective ways to solve this problem of antibiotic resistance.” 

-Pranita Tamma, Professor at Johns Hopkins University

The livestock and poultry industry in India has endured an exemplary transformation in structure and operation during the last two decades and modified into a mega-industry with the presence of a huge number of workers. On the flip side an emerging threat- Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)- looms over it.

Salmonella enterica typhi infections resistant to ciprofloxacin reached 74% in 2017 from 22% in 1990.
Shigella infections have increased from less than 5% in 2013 to the 24% in 2017. 

In many countries, particularly developing ones, there is still a lack of antibiotic usage regulations which can lead to the deepening of the global problem.

Muti-factorial mitigation and navigation strategies should be bought to the table. Combining a few non-antibiotic approaches can bring positive results in pathogen prevention. Choosing the right method is a multifactor decision based on efficacy, economics, safety for human and animal health, availability of the treatment, and finally the probability of inducing bacteria resistance.

 

An Alternative to Antibiotics- Biological Antibacterials

A variety of novel and promising methods to prevent and treat bacterial infections are as under-

  • Bacteriophages
  • Probiotics and prebiotics
  • Bacteriocins
  • Antimicrobial Proteins
  • Plant derived antimicrobial compounds

While many countries start to tighten antibiotic regulations, soon it will be necessary to implement alternative substances on a large scale. As antibiotic resistance is a topic of concern, biological non antibiotics could play a crucial role in the strategy to reduce and replace AGPs as these biological non antibiotics control pathogens, modulate the immune response, and increase intestinal health.

Combining a few non-antibiotic approaches can bring positive results in pathogen prevention.