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Animal feed additives market share research by applications and regions for 2017-2024


Animal Feed Additives Market size should witness gains at over 3.5% to surpass USD 22 billion by 2022. Get more details @ – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Animal feed additives market share research by applications and regions for 2017-2024

Animal feed additives market trends research and
projections for 2017-2024
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Key Insights from Animal feed additives market
  • Animal feed additives market size worth USD 16.11
    billion in 2014, is expected to grow at a CAGR of
    3.7 over the period of 2015-2022. Rise in meat
    consumption of livestock such as poultry, cattle,
    and swine as a protein source is expected to
    boost the global industry trends over the coming
    years. Animal feed additives such as minerals,
    vitamins, fatty acids, and amino acids enhances
    metabolism and weight gains of the livestock.
  • Livestock production estimated at 305 million
    tons in 2014, is expected to increase
    significantly over the coming years and will
    drive animal feed additives market growth.
    Furthermore, increase in meat consumption due to
    growing purchasing capacity and population base
    is expected to drive the global animal feed
    additives industry size over the next few
    years.Asia Pacific meat production sector
    contributed over 41 of the overall demand in
    2014, while Europe and North America meat
    production industry contributed over 18 and 14
    of the overall demand in 2014.

  • Based on the livestock, animal feed additives
    market is segmented into cattle, poultry, swine,
    and aquaculture. Animal feed additives market
    share in poultry worth USD 6 billion in 2014, is
    expected to witness high surge over the coming
    timeframe. The growth can be attributed towards
    rising health awareness along with strict
    monitoring of meat quality by the government due
    to increasing occurrence of diseases such as bird
    flu, etc. Animal feed additives industry size in
    aquaculture is expected to record a CAGR of 4.2
    over the coming six years.
  • Amino acids market price valued at USD 5.3
    billion in 2014, is expected to grow
    significantly over the coming years. The growth
    can be credited to the use of threonine, lysine,
    methionine, and tryptophan in feed additives of
    poultry and swine.

Europe animal feed additives market size, by
product, 2012-2022 (USD Million)


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360 Analysis
  • Application Trends
  • Strong trends towards growth in livestock rearing
    such as cattle, poultry and swine for consumption
    forming part of protein rich diet, should drive
    animal feed additives market size. Worldwide
    livestock production was over 300 million tons in
    2014 and has grown annually at close to 1.6 from
    2013. These products form significant part of
    livestock growth as they help in meeting
    nutritional standards required for weight gain
    and metabolism functioning.
  • Regional Trends
  • U.S. animal feed additives market may expect
    gains at over 3.5. Shift in towards organic meat
    consumption over processed products may affect
    regional growth. However, favourable regulatory
    policies by FDA and FFDCA should enhance product
  • Competitive Market Share
  • Key industry players include DSM, Danisco, BASF,
    and Evonik. Other industrial participants include
    Addcon Group, Cargill, ADM, Adisseo France, Kemin
    Industries, Nutreco, and Biomin. Some of the
    companies are forming strategies to forward
    integrate and establish own distributing channels
    and enhance profitability by cutting resellers

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