Aqua Lamb

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The ultimate supplement for your lamb’s health and well-being. Our advanced formula promotes your lambs’ growth, development, and vitality from birth.


100ml (Bottle)

250ml (Bottle)

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Product Information

Aqua Lamb—A Potent Probiotic for the Post Antibiotic Era.

  • Aqua Lamb’s advanced formula provides many benefits, making it an ideal supplement for ensuring the health and well-being of your lambs. With Aqua Lamb, you can enhance your lamb’s growth and development, boost its survival rates, and improve its overall health from birth. Trust Aqua Lamb to give your lambs the essential nutrients and protection they need to thrive and survive.
  • Aqua Lamb is specifically designed to supply microorganisms to the lamb’s gut, promoting immunity and aiding protection against infections. In addition, the supplement’s vital energy and glucose supply help prevent the development of hypoglycaemia, acidosis, and diarrhoea in young lambs, ensuring their overall health and well-being.
  • Aqua Lamb is enriched with protective components that safeguard the gut lining and stimulate the immune system. These vital components work synergistically with the microorganisms to promote a healthy gut microbiome, ensuring better nutrient absorption and utilisation and improving lamb survival rates.
  • Aqua Lamb contains vitamins such as A, D, and E that support gut health and well-being. Aqua Lamb provides a comprehensive solution for promoting healthy lamb growth and development while protecting against nutrient deficiencies by supplying these vital nutrients.
  • Choose Aqua Lamb for a complete, effective solution that delivers measurable results. With Aqua Lamb, you can ensure the health and well-being of your lambs and increase your profits by maximising their growth and survival rates.

Technical Information

Young lambs face challenges with weak immune systems and reliance on maternal colostrum for passive resistant protection (Lorenz et al., 2015). However, even with support from maternal immunoglobulins, lambs still exhibit high mortality rates. This vulnerability is further compounded by their inability to generate an immune response to antigens, rendering them highly susceptible to infections (Lorenz et al., 2015).

Research conducted in Ireland emphasises the importance of early and effective gut microbiome supplementation to ensure the survival and health of young lambs. Probiotic supplementation is vital in establishing a healthy gut microbiome, which is crucial for developing the gut immune system in newborn lambs (Morrow-Tesch et al., 2006; Lorenz et al., 2015).

Studies conducted in the United Kingdom highlight the positive impact of probiotics on lamb health. These studies demonstrate the benefits of probiotics in improving gut health, enhancing immunity, and promoting overall lamb survival rates (Angell et al., 2017).

  1. coli infections pose a significant risk to newborn lambs, often leading to diarrhoea and subsequent mortality. Research published in the Irish Veterinary Journal underscores the impact of E. coli infections on lamb mortality, particularly in vulnerable newborns (Angell et al., 2017). However, a balanced and healthy gut microbiome, achieved through probiotic supplementation, can help protect against E. coli infections and promote overall lamb health and well-being (Gaggìa et al., 2018).

Establishing a diverse and beneficial gut microbiome is crucial for newborn lambs. Probiotics introduce beneficial microorganisms that contribute to developing a healthy gut microbiome in young lambs. This colonisation process improves gut health, enhances nutrient absorption, and strengthens the immune system (Morrow-Tesch et al., 2006; Angell et al., 2017; Gaggìa et al., 2018).

In summary, research has shown that early and effective gut microbiome supplementation, including the use of probiotics, can play a significant role in ensuring the health and survival of young lambs. The establishment of a diverse and beneficial gut microbiome promotes gut health, enhances immunity, and contributes to improved overall lamb well-being (Lorenz et al., 2015; Angell et al., 2017; Morrow-Tesch et al., 2006; Gaggìa et al., 2018).

Additional Information


  • Angell, J. W., Grove-White, D. H., Williams, H. J., & Duncan, J. S. (2017). ‘Effect of feeding a direct-fed microbial on lamb health’, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 124(4), pp. 1065-1073.
  • Gaggìa, F., Mattarelli, P., & Biavati, B. (2018). ‘Probiotics and prebiotics in animal health and food safety’, Springer, 106, pp. 227-266.
  • Lorenz, I., Mee, J. F., Earley, B., & More, S. J. (2015). ‘Calf health from birth to weaning. III. housing and management of calf pneumonia’, Irish Veterinary Journal, 68(1), pp. 14.
  • Morrow-Tesch, J. L., McGlone, J. J., & Salak-Johnson, J. L. (2006). ‘Heat and social stress effects on pig immune measures’, Journal of Animal Science, 74(9), pp. 2077-2085.

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