Studies have shown that animal diets enriched with 0.1-0.8% or up to 3% of Chlorella daily (depending on the animal and how it is raised) can offer significant health benefits.
Laboratory studies of this type have been conducted on large populations of guinea pigs. Other studies have taken place at farms and breeding locations on pigs, laying hens, turkeys, ducks, and rabbits.
All of these studies compared two groups of animals raised under the same conditions: one group that received a daily supplement of Chlorella and one group that did not.
Experimental results have shown that a daily supplement of Chlorella equivalent to 1-3% of the weight of a hairy animal’s normal daily diet has positive effects on the quality of the animal’s coat and its resistance to illnesses. Additionally, a calming effect is often observed in animals taking Chlorella.
Experimental results have also shown that a daily Chlorella supplement equivalent to 0.1-0.8% of an animal’s normal daily diet boosts the animal’s fertility. This improved fertility can result in a 20% increase in hens’ egg laying and/or an increase in the average size and weight of chicks.
Farming productivity may improve significantly, too, with a decrease in mortality rate of baby animals, a more efficient use of food, and general improvement in the health of the farm on the whole.
• Increases vitality
• Improves quality of fur coat
• Increases strength
• Builds resistance to illness
• Appeases and calms
• Increases fertility of farm birds, resulting in an increase in average number and size of eggs and in hardness of shells
• Increases average size and weight of baby animals
• Increases farming productivity by decreasing morality rate of baby animals, improving efficiency of food use, and reducing acidity in manure
• Increases animals’ resistance to illness by significantly improving overall health of all animals