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TABLE 1. Bacillus amyloliquefaciens CECT 5940 (Ecobiol®) spore
enumeration and percent recovery rate in feed before (control
mash) and after pelleting at different temperatures.
Feed Sample

Samples, n

Spore Count, Mean
log10 CFU/g ± SD

Recovery Rate, %

Control Mash

10

5.91 ± 0.04

98.6

Pellet at 190oF

10

5.80 ± 0.06

96.6

Control Mash

10

6.04 ± 0.34

100.7

Pellet at 195oF

10

5.59 ± 0.08

93.1

recovery rate was estimated based on a target
level of 6 log 10 CFU/g.
The spore count and recovery rate of Bacillus
spp. spores are reported in Table 1. Results
indicated that spores of B. amyloliquefaciens
CECT 5940 can survive up six minutes of
conditioning time and up to 195 ºF (90.5 ºC)
pelleting temperatures. A high recovery rate during
commercial feed processing ensures that an
adequate number of viable spores is present in the
finished feed and are delivered to the animals.

CONCLUSIONS
The unique strain of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens
CECT 5940 has proven:
1) To be safe for use in animal feeding, since it
does not contain toxins, does not possess
phenotypic resistance, and does not carry
AMR genes against antimicrobials considered
relevant to humans and animals.
2) A high survival rate during commercial feed
processing of up to 195 ºF (90.5 ºC) with a
conditioning time of six minutes.

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Latest poultry, egg market forecasts available in 2019 WATT Executive Guide to World Poultry Trends
World poultry production to top 128 million tons in 2019
Slow poultry growth driven by developing countries’ demand
Brazil, China, US lead poultry meat production to 2028
World egg production reaches 80-million-metric-ton mark
How poultry trade volumes differ around the world to 2028
WATT AgNet Top Companies: Top world broiler, egg rankings for 2019
World’s Top Feed Companies: 102 companies rise to the top in 2018..
Global egg consumption rising with changing diets
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