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Wet litter and unspecific diarrhea in poultry and pigs belong to the past. MiaDiasan is applicated over feed and helps fighting against this well-known problem. The combination of water-binding components, hydrolyzable tannins and plant extracts protect the intestinal wall through complex formation.

MiaDiasan is acting like a filter on the gut mucosa, helping to keep pathogens out, but to let nutrients pass and absorb excessive water leading to a better faecal consistency. An improved gut health can be reached when unspecific diarrhoea occures in poultry and pigs. MiaDiasan leads to a dryer litter, which has a positive effect on footpad health and reduces the amount of dirty eggs.


  • Selected combination of sepiolit, plant extracts and tannins
  • For stabilization of physiological digestion in case of non-specific diarrhea in pigs and poultry
  • Effective protection of the intestinal wall, regulation of the water balance and consequently drier litter and improved footpad health
  • Dosage of 1.5 kg/t over the entire feeding period for prevention or 5 kg/t for acute diarrhea for 5-7 days

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Dietary complementary feed for the stabilisation of water and electrolyte balance to support the physiological digestion for piglets

Diarrhoea in suckling piglets is still a serious problem on many farms, which is traditionally countered by an antibiotic treatment. Natural substances can though be an effective alternative and additionally protect the sensitive gut microbiome of young piglets. MiaFirstAid L is convincing with an easy on-farm handling, supports through effectiveley easing digestive irritations in suckling piglets and reliably improves the fecal consistency. The constitution of MiaFirstAid L is mainly based on phytogenic substances, which are among others tannins. They build up a protein-tannin-complex in the piglets' gut, which attaches to the intestinal mucosa and alleviates digestive disorders. Recently this was confirmed by a trial of the University of Berne (HAFL) in Switzerland, where a total amount of 119 piglets either received an antibiotic treatment in the control group or were treated with MiaFirstAid L in the trial group. if interested in this or further studies or questions related to the product itself, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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MiaFirstAid L reliably eases digestive disorders in suckling piglets.

The protein-tannin-complex protects the intestinal mucosa and improves the fecal consistency.

Independently confirmed by the University of Berne, Switzerland.