Eubiotics Market is anticipated to depict strong growth during 2023-2032 owing to the increasing awareness regarding physical health and welfare of humans and animals. Eubiotics, including probiotics, prebiotics, organic acids, and essential oils, are used mainly to improve the health status and boost the immunity of domesticated animals. The product’s efficacy depends on its antimicrobial effects and ability to alter gut flora.

Eubiotics are gaining strong traction in developed countries as they help improve the immune system. Besides, they also promote healthy digestion and serve as an alternative to antibiotics in feed. Eubiotic meal supplements have attracted massive attention in human and animal feed additives due to the increased need for securing human food worldwide and the development of environmentally friendly animal and fishery feed products.

Overall, the eubiotics industry is segmented in terms of form, application, livestock, product, and region.

Based on form, the liquid form segment is anticipated to grow considerably during the estimated timeframe. Liquid eubiotics help enhance dairy calves’ health, performance, ruminal fermentation, and biochemical blood indicators during the preweaning stage, when added to the milk replacer.

By application, the yield segment will depict 7% CAGR through 2032, as eubiotics are feed additives that support animal performance and welfare by supporting gut health. Besides, advantages such as reducing the need for antibiotics, ensuring efficient use of natural resources, cutting the environmental footprint of farms, and improving farmer incomes will assist the segmental growth in the future.

Considering the livestock, the poultry segment is expected to be valued at over USD 885 million by 2032. Increasing per-capita meat consumption and rising livestock production will boost the product demand for poultry. As per reports, the global meat consumption is estimated to reach between 460 million and 570 million tons by 2050. Besides, the rising demand for protein-rich diets and nutritious food will also play a key role in expanding the segment valuation.

In terms of product, the prebiotics segment will most likely register noticeable gains over the next decade. Prebiotics are given to animals to maintain the beneficial microflora by regulating the harmful microbial activity. They are also used as therapeutic supplements in farm animals to decrease morbidity and mortality, improve feeding behavior, and increase production (meat, milk, and eggs) yield.

Regionally, the Asia Pacific eubiotics market is expected to register notable gains through 2032. Increasing consumption of derived products and growing influence on animal health in the region will drive the industry outlook. Besides, the technological advancements coupled with the increasing adoption of sustainable farming techniques will also positively influence market expansion.