Neofenol is a product based on plant genes to promote intestinal health. The Neofenol products consist of a number of polyphenols such as carvacrol, thymol, anethole, eugenol, and limonene. It has been proven that these active substances have antimicrobial and antioxidant effects that gut health is encouraged.

Intestinal health and immunity

The majority (70%) of the immune system is associated with the gastrointestinal tract. Therefore, the composition and diversity of microflora in the gut plays an important role in the construction and maintenance of immunity.

An intestinal disorder causes a change in the composition of the microflora. This is called dysbiosis. This reduces the resistance and disease-causing bacteria can grow or the calf becomes more sensitive to infections with other pathogens. With intestinal upset, the digestion and absorption of nutrients are also negatively affected. Because of this disturbance, the intestinal tissue can be damaged, so there is more chance of infection and inflammation in the intestine.

Source: Smits, Jansman, Savelkoul, Rebel; 'The role of microbiota for a balanced immune system'; 2014


Neofenol is a feeding and milk (replacer) application for calves and lambs. The active substances are in Neofenol matrix encapsulated allowing them to be slowly released in the gastrointestinal tract.


  • 1 gram per kg of milk powder
  • 1 gram/head/day for 5-7 days
  • 100 grams per tonne of feed

When to use:

  • Neofenol is an ideal means to use as a preventive during periods of stress such as;
  • Start-up for calves and finishing cattle (to avoid digestive upsets)
  • Weaning of calves
  • Diarrhoea, and intestinal problems. With diarrhoea Neofenol can also be used as a curative agent.
  • Change of diet from silage/meal to grass or from grass to indoor feeding


  • 1 gram per kg of milk powder
  • 1 gram/head/day for 5-7 days
  • 100 grams per tonne of feed


  • 1 kg pot (Will feed 200 cattle for 5 days)
  • 500g pot (Will feed 100 cattle for 5 days)