Introduction to Chlorella KIEG CS1

The Product

For the past seven years, KIEG has been working in close cooperation with the Russian Institute of Algae Biotechnology (which has over 30 years of experience in the field of algae application in the veterinary science) as well as the Prague based Charles University, the Ústřední kontrolní a zkušební ústav zemědělský (UKZUZ – Central Institute for Supervising and Testing in Agriculture), and the Výzkumný ústav živočišné výroby (VÚŽV – Institute of Animal Science) in the Czech Republic. Through this cooperation we have Confidential – Subject to NDA 16 developed and successfully patented specific algae strain product and methods for producing and applying this unique algae animal feed – Chlorella Suspension–CS1 – for use in the production and safety of livestock. Furthermore, the Product has been formally endorsed by the European Commission’s Regulation No 575/2011 and included in its official Catalogue of Feed Materials.

The end product itself represents a green liquid substance predominantly based on water with the key ingredient being the Chlorella Suspension–CS1.

The Company has conducted extensive research into the Product‘s effect on livestock and the results demonstrated strong increment in weight growth rate of the livestock from between 10 % up to 40 % depending on the animal species applied to. Furthermore, application of the feed causes a decline in mortality, which rate among young animals is reduced to no more than 1–2 %.

A series of laboratory tests and farm-scale experiments conducted in the Czech Republic helped explore and confirm the Product’s uniqueness and its supremacy over existing animal feed and feed additives. The combined effects of the Chlorella Suspension–CS1 serve to decrease production costs of a farm by increasing the efficiency, productivity and the overall health of the livestock and consequently cutting farming costs. Further, the Chlorella Suspension–CS1 can easily be integrated into any existing livestock operation.

KIEG CS1 has strong comparative advantages in terms of cost leadership and effectiveness

— Decreases production costs by increasing efficiency, productivity and the overall health of the livestock

— Potential to reduce farmers’ dependence on subsidies and restore the industry’s self-sufficiency

— Provides animals with “live green food” which is nearly absent from industrial feeding practices