Increasing importance of the effective use of probiotics in enhancing the health and performance of poultry

 What is the term probiotics?


  • It is a term used to refer to beneficial organisms, such as bacteria and yeasts, that are commonly added to poultry feeds with the aim of promoting digestive health and improving poultry performance.
  • These organisms are used to promote biological balance in the intestine and increase the effectiveness of feed digestion and nutrient absorption.
  • Probiotics contribute to reducing levels of harmful bacteria and increasing levels of beneficial bacteria in the digestive system of poultry.
  • Adding probiotics to poultry feed is an important strategy to enhance the health and productive performance of poultry, as it can contribute to reducing the risk of gastrointestinal diseases and increasing the conversion rate from feed to meat or eggs.

The use of probiotics requires ongoing studies and research to determine the most effective strains and optimal doses to ensure maximum benefits for poultry

Yes, using probiotics can improve chicken health and increase their productivity

  • Probiotics are live organisms commonly added to chicken feed with the goal of enhancing digestive health and improving productive performance.
  • Here's how effective use of probiotics can achieve these benefits:

1 - Improving digestive health*competitive exclusion* Probiotics promote the growth of beneficial bacteria in the intestines and improve biological balance. This contributes to reducing inflammation and digestive injuries and enhances the digestive process.

2 - Enhance disease resistance: With good digestive health, chickens can have better resistance to systemic diseases and harmful bacteria.

3 - Increase growth rate: Probiotics can contribute to increasing the growth rate of chickens, which means they gain body weight quickly.

4 - Improving the conversion of feed into meat or eggs: The use of probiotics can increase the conversion rate of feed into meat or eggs, reducing costs and increasing profitability in the poultry industry.

5 - Improving nutritional quality: Appropriate use of probiotics may improve the nutritional quality of chickens, including the protein and amino acid content of the meat or eggs.

  • However: Types of probiotics, appropriate doses, chicken rearing conditions, and specific goals must be considered when using probiotics

 Common types of probiotics

 There are several common types of probiotics used in the poultry industry.

Can using probiotics improve chicken health and increase their productivity?

 The most important of them are:

  • Lactic acid bacteria.

  • Yeast bacteria such as Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

 Practical applications

Probiotics can be added to daily poultry feed in various forms.

Such as:

  • Powders. Fluids.

Care must be taken in selecting the appropriate probiotics and appropriate doses according to the needs of the poultry and production conditions.

  • Contributes to supporting the immune system.
  • Helps digest feed.
  • It helps produce vitamins manufactured in the body.
  • It helps the cells that make up the intestinal wall and prevents harmful bacteria from entering the body from reaching the blood.
  • Increases the body's absorption of medications taken from outside.
  • It helps maintain physiological balance in the intestines.
  • Protects liver and bone health.
  • Controls endemic and faunal agents through competitive exclusion.
  • Slows down infectious agents that cause deadly diseases (such as E. coli, Salmonella, Campylobacter).
  • Helps increase ovulation and fertility.



  • 500 gr is used for 1 ton of drinking water.


Each 1000 gr contains:


 What if we could combine enzymes and probiotics into one product and use it in poultry feed

Eubiotics are innovative feed additives that play an essential role in supporting animal performance and animal welfare by supporting gut health. Good gut health is a prerequisite for efficient and environmentally sound farm animals in modern farm systems. The correct balance of microflora in the intestinal tract (known as eubiosis) is essential for optimal gut performance. Our range of eubiotics delivers this balance, increasing the presence of beneficial gastrointestinal microbiota, maximizing nutrient absorption and promoting efficient gut performance.

Support good animal gut health Reduce need for antibiotics Ensure more efficient use of natural resources Reduce the environmental footprint of farms Improve farmers’ incomes

Types of Eubiotics?

Eubiotics for Animal Performance and Welfare

Why Eubiotics?

Eubiotics fall into five categories:

1-Organic acids



4-phytogenic ^essential oils

5-Gut health enzymes

All five positively contribute to microbiome modulation, leading to improved gut health


Enzymes in poultry:

  • It plays a vital role in the process of digestion of feed and utilization of nutrients from feed.
  • With the help of enzymes, poultry can break down proteins, fats and carbohydrates in feed and convert them into assimilable nutrients.

 Important digestive enzymes in poultry

Xylanase + beta-glucanase:

They help break down and digest plant fibers and convert them into energy and protein better


It helps in digesting carbohydrates and converting them into absorbable sugars


It helps in digesting proteins and breaking them down into amino acids.

These enzymes play an important role in promoting good digestion in poultry and increasing the conversion rate from feed to meat or eggs.

 Adding enzymes to poultry feed or using them with probiotics has a double positive effect*synergistic action* on poultry health and performance


Each 1000 gr contains: