BGY28®

28BGY28 provides fresh, all-natural brewers yeast for livestock feeds, and other applications in an economical, palatable, free-flowing form.

BGY28 is an exceptional yeast product, offering superior value and performance over its competitors. BGY28 is made with all natural ingredients, is a natural ingredient binder, and is carefully produced from the highest quality ingredients. BGY28 is specially blended to enhance and preserve nutritional quality and effectiveness.

  • Source of brewers yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), protein, and fiber for pet food, livestock feeds
    and other applications
  • Contains naturally occurring, organically available minerals
  • Superior value and performance over traditional yeast products
  • All natural product produced from the highest quality ingredients
  • Specially blended and processed to enhance and preserve nutritional quality and effectiveness
  • Research, field trial, and commercially proven
  • For further manufacture of feed

Ingredients

Brewers liquid yeast, processed grain by-products

Guaranteed Analysis

Name
Crude Protein – not less than 28.00 %
Crude Fat – not less than 1.00 %
Crude Fiber – not more than 9.00 %

BGY28 Product Information Sheet

Testimonials

The BGY product from the F.L. Emmert Company ‘provides the desired effects of yeast and it may be an alternative to [traditional yeast products].’

– Midwestern-based feed company


… BGY28 can be used to improve total live-weight gain by improving ADG and numerically improving DMI. Feed efficiency was also improved by feeding BGY28.

– Midwestern-based feed company


… BGY28 can be used to efficiently improve average daily gain and efficiency in growing cattle and carcass quality in finished cattle.

– Texas A&M University Agricultural Research and Extension Center Amarillo and West Texas A&M University


BGY28 … clearly altered microbial physiology in rumen cultures by shifting fermentation from one that supported a predominately acetate population to one that increased propionate producers.

– Department of Animal Science North Carolina State University


As a result of feeding BGY28 (treatment period), methane production declined by 46% compared to the control period.

– Department of Animal Science North Carolina State University