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Price: $9.95

Highlights:

Gro2Max (3.5oz) helps improve digestion and Feed Conversion Rates


Description

Gro2Max is a new probiotic supplement. It is all natural and in the process of achieving its organic certification which is expected in March 2013.

GRO-2-MAX Main Benefits:
• Rapidly establishes beneficial gastrointestinal microflora
• Helps to inhibit growth of enteric pathogens
• Improves overall weight gain and growth performance by up to 30%
• Improves FCR (Feed Conversion Ratio)
• Decreases mortality rates
• Improves absorption of nutrients essential for growth and prevention of disease
• The most stable probiotic formula
• Enhances eggs by increasing size and improving quality
• No withdrawal or side effects
• Environmentally friendly and safe
• Increases overall efficiency resulting in cost savings

Gro2Max Product Composition
Active Ingredients

• Pediococcus acidilactici
• Pediococcus pentosaceus
• Acetobacter aceti
• Bacillus amyloliquefaciens
Inactive Ingredients:
• Rice bran extract
• Soybean meal extract
• Rice flour
• Corn protien
• Trace nutrients
• Sodium chloride
• Citric acid

Directions for use:
For best results, incorporate Gro-2-Max into daily drinking water or daily feed.
Drinking Water:Gro-2-Max may be mixed with drinking water at 1 1/2 teaspoons per gallon, or 2 1/2 teaspoons per 5 gallon tank. First mix Gro-2-Max with a smaller amount of water, let stand for 2-4 hours to pre-activate, then incorporate with the full days drinking water (up to 2 days per mixture). DO NOT pour Gro-2-Max directly into the tank.
Note: For tanks with drip dispensers, use gro-2-max inside a tea filter or mesh pouch, then add it to the smaller water portion and then to the tank. This will help avoid any potential clogging. For best results, Gro-2-Max should be used throughout the duration of the feed cycle.
Feed Mixture:Mix the equivalent of 1 teaspoon Gro-2-Max to each 10lbs of feed. For best results, first mix Gro-2-Max with a small amount of feed, then incorporate with the remaining feed for optimal distribution.