Biofeed Technology
Home-Health and Nutrition-Beneficial Bacteria


Bacillus Subtilis is a spore-forming bacteria which grow under both aerobic and anaerobic conditions.

Bacillus subtilis can grow in the digestive tract and survive through the high temperature of the pelleting process.

These microorganisms can produce large quantities of digestive enzymes including alkaline protease, neutral protease, Beta-Glucanase and alpha amylase to aid in the digestion of protein, barley, glucan and starch substrate in feed.

Bacillus subtilis also compete with pathogenic bacteria for living space on the intestinal wall which ultimately results in reducing the rate of diarrhea and mortality.

 Bacillus subtilis is heat resistant (up to 90ºC) and has high product stability. It remains viable even after pelleting