Brewers Yeast

Brewers Yeast is an excellent source of all the major B vitamins (except B12). Brewer’s yeast consists of the ground, dried cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, a one-celled plant that is a variety of fungus.

Brewer's yeast contains all the essential amino acids, 14 minerals, and 17 vitamins. It is high in minerals as: chromium, zinc, iron, phosphor, and selen.

Brewer's yeast is also a good source of protein. It contains approximately 50% of protein.

Benefits of Brewers Yeast:
Stress reduction - due to the Niacin and Vitamin B6 is the production of the brain chemical seratonin, which is essential against stress,
Fatigue –many of the B group vitamins present are essential in the release of energy from the carbohydrates in the food they consume.

The major vitamins are:
Vitamin B1 – releases energy from carbohydrate in the diet, and important for the heart and nervous system. Vitamin B2 – releases energy from carbohydrate in the diet, and maintains healthy skin and digestive tract.
Niacin (Vit.B3) – releases energy from carbohydrate and helps to maintain healthy skin, digestive tract and nervous system.

Brewer’s yeast acts to encourage the growth of good bacteria in the intestines.
Powdered brewer's yeast may be sprinkled on the animal's food also. There are no known interactions.

Analyses Brewer’s Yeast – g/kg      Minerals g/kg                  Amino acids contents: g/kg.
Protein 450 g/kg    Calcium 2,6 g/kg Methionin 7,0 g/kg
Fat 20 g/kg    Phosphor 14,5 g/kg Methionin + Cystin 10,0 g/kg
Fibre 10 g/kg    Potassium 18,6 g/kg Threonin 20,0 g/kg
Ash 70 g/kg,    Sodium 2,2 g/kg Tryptophan 4,5 g/kg
Moist 80 g/kg
FV: 1965 Kcal/kg


Vitamins mg/kg.         
Vitamin B1 120 mg/kg
Vitamin B2 45 mg/kg
Vitamin B3 30 mg/kg
Vitamin B6 20 mg/kg
Vitamin B12 80µg/kg
Biotin 750µg/kg
Niacin 550 mg/kg
Folic acid 3mg/kg
Cholin 5500mg/kg


How to use Avian Brewer's Yeast?
Birds -              1 till 1,5%
pigeons -                   2%