Clostridium Butyricum

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Clostridium Butyricum

Clostridium butyricum (C. butyricum) is a micro-ecological feed additive produced by the Challenge Group, which is one of the probiotics with the potential to replace antibiotics. C. butyricum is a Gram-positive, obligate anaerobic and endospore-forming bacterium, which can produce butyric acid to supply nutrient for microbial growth, and maintain the epithelial cell in gut. Furthermore, C. butyricum can survive in low acidity and high-temperature conditions, and has been used as a good feed additive.


Clostridium butyricum can pass through the stomach and small intestine to a completely anaerobic posterior gut for colonization, reproduction and metabolism. C. butyricum can produce butyric acid, Clostridium butyricin (antimicrobial peptide), amylase, folic acid and other vitamins, which can promote the growth of intestinal beneficial bacteria, inhibit the reproduction of harmful bacteria, improve the intestinal morphology, enhance the immunity and antioxidant capacity of animals, so as to maintain the health of animals' intestinal tract and improve production performance. C. butyricum can be used alone as a probiotic or in combination with a variety of probiotics.

Product Specifications:

Appearance: grey or light yellow powder

Colony Forming Unit: 10 billion CFU/g or more

Package: 25kg per bag


1. Combine with other probiotics or antibiotics to reduce the abuse of antibiotics.

2. Regulate the balance of intestinal flora, improve intestinal health, reduce diarrhea and watery stools.

3. Promote intestinal development, enhance digestion and absorption capacity, and improve feed utilization.

4. Enhance antioxidant capacity and immunity, improve animal survival rate and production performance.


This product is widely used as a probiotic in animal nutrition for poultry, livestock and aquatic animals. Contact us or your nearest distributor for more information regarding the use of our products. 



Clostridium butyricum