Big Ole Bird Approved For Organic Use!

by Allen Reynolds November 21, 2013

Big ole Bird, Southland Organics unique and effective Poultry probiotic, is now verified to comply with the USDA National Organic Program and is approved for use in Certified Organic food production and handling. Even before we achieved this important milestone, commercial growers and poultry enthusiasts across the country had already experienced the amazing results that come from using Big Ole Bird. It strengthens the immune systems of their birds while improving the absorption of nutrients. The result is healthier, bigger birds and better feed conversion rates and improved egg production. This means better healthier birds for the poultry enthusiast and more money for the commercial grower. Big ole Bird has also shown to be beneficial to egg quality and production. It improves shell quality while helping your birds lay more eggs for a longer period of time while improving feed conversion. This approval for use in Certified Organic food production and handling reinforces what our customers have always known: Big Ole Bird is amazingly effective, it is a natural, organic product, and free of man-made chemicals or additives. This organic use approval means that Certified Organic producers are now free to use Big ole Bird in their operations, promoting bird health and improving their bottom line.





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