Strong Animals, a brand of Ralco, announced today that it has launched a new organic, OMRI certified, essential oil product called ProsperEO™ Liquid. This latest product is an extension of the existing line of essential oil products that includes ProsperEO and Regano® EX, the industry’s most widely recognized essential oil product. ProsperEO is a natural water additive that strengthens the immunity of animals resulting in stronger, healthier animals that are better able to face health challenges and stress. This multi-species product is used for swine, poultry and ruminant animals.
The OMRI certification was sought as a result of increasing consumer demand for organic products. According to Coherent Market Insights, the global organic farming market is expected to exhibit a growth rate of 8.4% by 2026. The global organic food market is valued at $81.6 billion and growing according to the Research Institute for Organic Agriculture.
“Ralco’s focus on essential oil research and technologies over the last two decades allows for this product to not only be a cost-effective solution, but also more predictable and effective in promoting the overall health of animals,” said Richard Lamb, Senior Technology Director at Ralco. According to Lamb, “Standard essential oils can be somewhat unstable, but through the use of our patented Microfused® process we are able to make a highly stable product, which not only makes them more effective, but also easier to use.”
As the industry leader in essential oil-based animal feed additives, Ralco continues to explore and innovate the use of essential oils and is pleased to expand their line of ProsperEO products into the organic market.
Ralco is a third-generation family-owned multinational company with distribution in more than 20 countries. Ralco is a leading global supplier of livestock nutrition, animal health products and crop enhancement technologies that support large segments of the livestock, poultry, aquaculture and crop production industries.
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