Modern BONAKA feed additives with probiotic effect for intensive animal farming, poultry and fish growing.

«Бонака-АПК» – уникальные кормовые добпробиотические добавки для КРС и МРС
«Бонака-АПК» – кормовые добавки с пробиотиками для свинокомплексов
кормовые добавки с пробиотиками для рыб
кормовые добавки с пробиотиками для птиц
Suitable in cases of stopping antibiotics use
Improve feed conversion
Improve the quality of products
Posess acidulant properties
No side effects
BONAKA Microbiological complexes are a concentrate of a biomass of unique microorganisms from our own collection of strains with proven probiotic effect and the effect of cleaning animal drinking systems. They are able to level the shortcomings of feed antibiotics and chemotherapy drugs, and can also completely replace them.
Strengthening animal immune system with probiotics. Suitable for prophylaxis.
Strengthening animal immune system with probiotics. Suitable for prophylaxis.
Cleaning and disinfection of the drinking system without stopping production, safe for animals and product qualities.
High temperature resistance of microorganisms that are part of the feed additive.

Safe for animals and consumer qualities of products

Does not contain GMOs, antibiotics, hormones



There are no contraindications

There are no contraindications

Can be used without stopping the production process

No withdrawal period required

Given with food



In a special UN report published in 2020, the massive use of antibiotics in agriculture in the production of meat, milk, eggs, as well as in fish farming, was recognized as one of the main reason for this situation. According to research, they are now used in a much larger scale to stimulate the growth of muscle mass in animals than for the treatment of people in medicine. In addition to accumulation in food products, antibacterial drugs used in livestock complexes, in fisheries and poultry farms penetrate the soil and groundwater along with production waste. This, in turn, leads all crop production also becoming potentially dangerous.

Given the unprecedented level of impending danger, the economically developed countries of the world are introducing severe restrictions on the circulation of agricultural antibacterial drugs. For example, back in 2006, the EU countries introduced a total ban on the use of antibiotics in animal husbandry as growth-stimulating feed additives, and another ban on the import of any products grown with their use in 2009.

By Decree No. 97 "On the fundamentals of the state policy of the Russian Federation in the field of ensuring chemical and biological safety for the period up to 2025 and beyond" dated 11th March 2019, President of the Russian Federation V.V. Putin attributed the spread of antimicrobial resistance to the main biological threats to national security. In turn, the Eurasian Economic Commission Council prepared draft rules for regulating the circulation of veterinary medicinal products within the customs territory of the Eurasian Economic Union, which prohibit the use of antibacterial and chemotherapeutic drugs for the purposes of increasing the productivity of farm animals and for preventive purposes. . If the new rules come into force, this ban will be valid on the territory of all Eurasian Economic Union member countries - Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.
At present, antibiotic resistance is officially recognized as one of the most serious threats to the existence of mankind. Many well-known scientists are warning about the rapid growth of the number of superbugs that can lead to the collapse of the entire modern healthcare system. Currently, about 700 thousand people die every year due to a sharp decrease in the effectiveness of antibacterial drugs around the world. In the next three decades, unless the most drastic measures are taken, the number of such deaths could rise up to 10 million.

Why do they want to ban feed antibiotics?

Probiotics – the key to solving the problem

As it is known, probiotics have a beneficial effect on the body. They contribute to the restoration of normal intestinal flora, are natural antagonists of pathogenic and conditionally pathogenic microflora, activate metabolic and immune processes, synthesize vital vitamins, amino acids, and help the removal of toxins from the body.

Traditional technologies for the industrial rearing of farm animals make it much more difficult for them to come into contact with normal microflora, the sources of which are soil, water and plants. The high density of livestock on farms, unsanitary conditions of keeping, the use of poor-quality and unbalanced feed, and the excessive use of antibiotics lead to serious digestive problems in animals. As a result, their resistance to various diseases weakens, feed conversion deteriorates, and productivity decreases. The situation can only be corrected by the introduction of probiotics into the diet of animals with a simultaneous decrease in the volume of feed antibiotics used or complete stop of their use.
The use of antibiotics has a number of undeniable advantages:
It has been experimentally established that the use of probiotics does not cause side effects, even if the dosage was exceeded by 1000 times. This is due to the fact that their constituent microorganisms are friendly to the intestinal normal flora of humans and animals. It should also be noted that, as practice has shown, the replacement of feed antibiotics with probiotic complexes can lead to a significant improvement in the sanitary, hygienic and environmental situation not only at the livestock complexes themselves, but also in the areas where they are located.
Studies show that the introduction of probiotics to feed increases the effectiveness of the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases by 40%. Probiotics contribute to the conservation of young animals, thus reducing losses by up to 30%. The livestock is more resistant to stresses associated with change of feeds, vaccination, transportation, etc., and resistance to diseases is growing, which in turn leads to a reduction in the cost of treatment and sanitary measures. Through improved metabolism, one can get a significant increase in weight gain, milk production and egg production without incurring additional feed costs.

Economic expediency

Safety and environmental friendliness

The products from livestock complexes, poultry and fish farms which actively use probiotics are better in terms of their taste and nutritional properties. In addition, the absence of traces of antibiotics, chemotherapeutic drugs and disinfectants makes such products the most suitable ones for a healthy diet, the principles of which are adhered to by an increasing number of people in developed countries. The demand for organic products is growing all over the world every year, which opens up great opportunities for its producers.

Improvement of the products quality

BONAKA probiotics for farm animals

BONAKA has been conducting successful research work on the creation and implementation of innovative technologies for organic agriculture since 2015.

The microbiological complexes BONAKA-APK and BONAKA-APK-N developed by us make it possible to increase the output of high-quality products that meet the most stringent European requirements, with a significant reduction in production costs. Our feed additives have been tested and received all the necessary licenses and certificates.

The BONAKA company offers cooperation to all enterprises of the agricultural sector that are ready to maximize their production potential by using probiotics for farm animals. Contact us and we will answer all your questions!
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