Probiotics for animal Feed

Animal feed supplement for animal husbandry. Bioformulation for healthy gut microbe systems of rumens, cattles & poultry
Gut Biotic

Numerous difficulties and challenges are faced in animal husbandry. Animal health and productivity, as well as food security and trade, can all be significantly impacted by animal illnesses.

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria have emerged as a result of the widespread use of antibiotics in animal husbandry and could endanger both human and animal health. Deforestation, water pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions are only a few of the severe environmental effects that result in soil erosion and climate change.

Hormone and other chemical use can affect customer demand for animal products and the industry’s reputation. In order to enhance the health and productivity of animals, probiotics are employed in animal feed.

Probiotics are an essential part of sustainable animal husbandry techniques because they help keep farm animals healthy and performing at their best. They support the health and welfare of farmers’ animals while enhancing the productivity and sustainability of their businesses.


1. Improving digestive function. Can adapt to the      intestinal tract and maintain intestinal health.
2. Helps in strengthening the immune system.
3. Helps in reducing disease.
4. Improves feed efficiency.
5. Can withstand pH fluctuations from 3.8 to 9.5.
6. Stable in presence of Bile salts and acids.
7. Stable to high temperatures and can be easily      pelletized at high temperature.
8. Can be incorporated into different formulations to      improve the digestibility of the feed.
9. Has proven compatibility with antibiotics,
     anti-microbial growth promoters, coccidiostats      and acidifiers.
10. Has zero withdrawal period and can be        administered throughout the life cycle of        animals.


Form: Free-flowing powder
Colour:  Light Brown to Dark Brown
Bacterial Count: Minimum 900 billion CFU/kg
pH Stability: 3.8 to 9.5
Temperature Stability: 4°C to 58°C
Safety: Non-GMO, GRAS Status Bacteria
Shelf Life: 2 years from the date of manufacturing


1. Poultry (Broiler, Layer)
2. Cattle (cows, buffaloes)
3. Pig (boar)
4. Ruminants (sheep, goats, horses, camels)

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