Natural additive for poultry rations


Increasing consumer-driven market pressures have produced new management and nutrition challenges. The plant power of phytogenic feed additives helps you meet those challenges. Palatable to consumers, and proven effective with animals, phytogenics derived from spices, herbs and essential oils provide the guts to grow in a changing marketplace.


Delacon’s BIOSTRONG® phytogenic product for poultry is based on in-depth knowledge, broad experience and extensive research. Proven to support nutrient utilization, BIOSTRONG® is effective in both conventional and antibiotic-free production.

Phytogenics in poultry: U.S. poultry farmer with feeders and chicks

© Delacon: Phytogenics in poultry


Phytogenics in poultry - trials have shown:

  • Facilitate nutrient digestibility and retention through enhanced feed consumption1,2,3
  • Support an increase in feed intake to optimize feed conversion ratio1,4
  • Aid body weight gain through increased feed intake1,4
  • Significantly reduce ammonia and greenhouse gas emissions5
  • Support intestinal health and improve bone strength6
Do you have the Guts to Grow?


Contact us to experience the benefits of BIOSTRONG® in your ration. Delacon products are available through Purina Animal Nutrition, our exclusive research and distribution partner.





[1] Amad, a. a., Manner, K., Wendler, K. R., Neumann, K., & Zentek, J. (2011). Effects of a phytogenic feed additive on growth performance and ileal nutrient digestibility in broiler chickens. Poultry Science, 90(12), 2811–2816.
[2] Utterback, P., Spangler, H., Parr, C., Aardsma, M., Pugh, J., Hilgendorf, D., … Parsons, C. (2013). Effects of Biostrong 510 on performance and amino acid digestibility in laying hens. PSA Annual Meeting 2013, 129.
[3] Jungbauer, L., & Wendler, K. R. (2012). Effects of a Phytogenic Feed Additive on Nutrient Digestibility in Broilers. European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition 2012.
[4] Jungbauer, L., & Wendler, K. R. (2013). Effects of a phytogenic feed additive on performance in broilers fed a corn - soybean meal - wheat based diet. PSA Annual Meeting 2013.
[5] Hörtenhuber, S. J., Jungbauer, L., Wendler, K., & Werner, J. (2013). Reduction of ammonia and greenhouse gas emissions from egg production by using a phytogenic feed additive Institute of Organic Agriculture ( FiBL ) Austria Sustainable Agricultural Systems. BOKU Symposium 2013.
[6] Cypriano, L., Piccini, I., Filho, J. B. P., Pastore, N. S., & Mader, A. (2009). Performance and tibia phytogenic feed additive characteristics of broilers fed a. BOKU Symposium 2009.

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