EM Livestock

Livestock – EM Technology significantly reduces foul odor, improves animal health, reduces mortality rates, improves fecundity and increases the quality of meat, dairy and eggs.
Agriculture – EM Technology significantly detoxifies and cleanup – polluted ponds promotes high multiplication of quality and healthy fishes.
EM For Livestock and Environmental Protection is integrated into animal’s drinking water to build their immune systems. It’s equally spray in animal bans to avoid Mal odor and flies.

How to use EM Livestock for animals and birds

  • 5ml or 1 cork full per liter of chlorine free water 3 times a week for all livestock.
  • 5mls or a cork full per 3 liters drinker of chlorine free water for day old to 2 weeks chicks.
  • 1:10,000 liters of water in a pond.
  • 1:250 liters of water for ruminants.
  • 20mls or 4 corks per liter of chlorine free water to eliminate odor from animal barn.
  • Advantages of EM Technology in Livestock Production

  • EM build the immunity of animals against disease outbreaks.
  • EM acts like antibiotics and vitamins and hence increases appetite.
  • It detoxifies feed, increase feed conversion index and promote growth in weight and size.
  • EM suppresses foul odor in livestock shed and septic tanks.
  • EM decreases flies, ticks and other harmful insect populations and thus enhances animal health.
  • EM reduces the stress factor in animals and enhances immunity against diseases.
  • Increases the quality of animal products and enhances shelf life.
  • Improves animal fecundity.
  • EM lowers the requirements of regular medicines like, Vitamins, Antibiotics and disinfectants in animal husbandry.
  • EM products when given to animals produces high quality manure.
  • Increases dairy and eggs production.
  • It shows better results of artificial insemination and reduces genetic disorder.
  • Download presentation files below for more details on the use and application of EM Products.


    EM For Agriculture Production


    EM For Environmental Protection


    EM in Livestock Production