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Feed Phytogenics Market Trends Exhibits Remarkable Growth Opportunity

AMA Research added a comprehensive research document of 200+ pages on ‘Feed Phytogenics’market  with detailed insights on growth factors and strategies. The study segments key regions that includes North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific with country level break-up and provide volume* and value related cross segmented information by each country. Some of the important players from a wide list of coverage used under bottom-up approach are Cargill (United States),E. I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company (United States),Kemin Industries Inc. (United States),Biomin Holding GmbH (Austria),Delacon Biotechnik GmbH  (Austria),Dostofarm GmbH (Germany),Adisseo (China),Phytobiotics Futterzusatzstoffe GmbH (Germany),Pancosma SA (Switzerland),A&A Pharmachem Inc. (Canada)

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What isFeed Phytogenics Market?
Feed Phytogenic or Phytogenic feed additives are also known as PFAs or botanicals is used to increase animal performance by adding plant origin substance in an animal’s diet. The key benefits of the feed phytogenic include enhanced animal performance, reduced emissions, improved feed efficiency and others. Increasing meat consumption from the Asia region and the high demand for organic meat is the key driver for the market. Additionally, increasing preference towards natural growth promoters (NGP), rising demand for feed phytogenic due to antibiotics ban and rising demand for dairy products have been supplementing the overall growth of the market. However, the side effects of feed phytogenic such as unpleasant taste and toxicity and instability in raw material costs are the major reason for limiting the market. Moreover, the implementation of advanced technologies such as encapsulation of active ingredients have improved efficiency of feed phytogenic, can create a big opportunity for the market.

Market Segmentation & Scope

Study by  Product Type (Essential oils, Herbs & spices, Oleoresins, Others), Livestock  (Poultry, Swine, Ruminant, Aquatic, Equine, Others), Function  (Palatability Enhancers, Performance Enhancers, Others), Plant Family  (Labiateae, Alliaceae, Liliaceae, Brassicaceae, Solanaceae, Apiaceae, Umbelliferae, Others)

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Market Influencing Trends:
Rising Demand due to Increasing Disposal Income among Middle-Class People and Increasing Livestock Production

Growth Drivers
Increasing Meat Consumption and High Demand for Organic Meat

Rising Demand for Feed Phytogenic due to Antibiotics Ban

Increasing Preference towards Natural Growth Promoters (NGP)

Rising Demand for Dairy Products

Challenges that Market May Face:
Instability in the raw material Costs

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Country level Break-up includes:
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, Nordic, Others)
Asia-Pacific (Japan, China, Australia, India, Taiwan, South Korea, Middle East & Africa, Others)

Strategic Points Covered in Table of Content of Feed Phytogenics Market:

Chapter One: Global Feed Phytogenics Market Industry Overview

1.1 Feed Phytogenics Industry

1.1.1 Overview

1.1.2 Products of Major Companies

1.2 Feed Phytogenics Market Segment

1.2.1 Industry Chain

1.2.2 Consumer Distribution

1.3 Price & Cost Overview

Chapter Two: Global Feed Phytogenics Market Demand

2.1 Segment Overview



2.1.3 Other

2.2 Global Feed Phytogenics Market Size by Demand

2.3 Global Feed Phytogenics Market Forecast by Demand

Chapter Three: Global Feed Phytogenics Market by Type

3.1 By Type

3.1.1 TYPE 1

3.1.2 TYPE 2

3.2 Feed Phytogenics Market Size by Type

3.3 Feed Phytogenics Market Forecast by Type

Chapter Four: Major Region of Feed Phytogenics Market

4.1 Global Feed Phytogenics Sales

4.2 Global Feed PhytogenicsRevenue & market share

Chapter Five: Major Companies List

Chapter Six: Conclusion

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