New Research Report Explore Feed Phytogenic Market Expected to Represent a Value of US$ 2,500 Mn by 2026

Albany, USA, 2018-Jan-12 — /EPR Network/ —This research report offers a comprehensive analysis of the “Feed Phytogenic Market: Europe and North America will Remain Largest Markets for Feed Phytogenics: Global Industry Analysis (2012 – 2016) and Opportunity Assessment (2017 – 2026)The main objective of this report is to deliver insightful information and clear-cut facts pertaining to the growth trajectories of the market.

Request to view Sample Report @ https://www.mrrse.com/sample/4200

Phytogenics are referred to plant-derived non-antibiotic feed additives, which are added to livestock feed for improving animal performance. Plant sources from which phytogenics are derived include herbs & spices, fruits, tubers, roots, and leaves. Feed phytogenics are available in dried, ground, or solid form, as essential oils or extracts.

Encapsulation Enhancing Shelf-life of Feed Phytogenics

Feed phytogenic additives effect the livestock health positively, however they are usually difficult for processing in the feed. Several sensitive sources of phytogenics, particularly essential oils, lose their efficiency and efficacy, as they are highly vulnerable to oxidative & volatile properties, pungent odour, and high temperatures. Introduction of technologies such as encapsulation, are helping to enhance the feed phytogenics’ shelf life, thereby prolonging the shelf life of essential oils. Through integration of solid, gaseous, and liquid substance into a millimetric capsule, encapsulation is also enabling protection of feed phytogenics from environmental changes. In addition to protection from effective environmental factors, encapsulation also leads toward improved digestion, stability in ration, and enhancement of palatability.

Increasing concerns associated with side effects of prolonged chemical feed additives’ use is considered to be a major factor driving adoption of feed phytogenics. However, feed phytogenics have complex composition, and are expensive, which in turn might hinder their adoption in the foreseeable future. In its new research report, Future Market Insights (FMI) projects an impressive expansion for the global feed phytogenics market throughout the forecast period (2017-2026). Sales of feed phytogenics across the globe are estimated to account for roughly US$ 2,500 Mn revenues by 2026-end.

Europe and North America to Remain Largest Markets for Feed Phytogenics

The feed additives market is highly regulation across North American and European regions. The European Union (EU) has implemented stringent regulations concerning adoption of chemical feed additives. In North America and Europe, it is mandatory for feed phytogenics producers to follow strict norms pertaining to national and regional health, as well as safety for approval of their products. Europe and North America will continue to be the largest markets for feed phytogenics, collectively estimated to account for nearly three-fifth revenue share of the market by 2026-end.

Based on product type, essential oils are anticipated to remain sought-after in the market, with sales poised to exceed US$ 1,000 Mn in revenues by 2026-end. Between oleoresins and herbs & spices, the former will remain more lucrative than the latter, while sales of herbs & spices will register a higher CAGR than that of oleoresins through 2026. Revenues from sales of herbs & spices, and oleoresins, will collectively account for over half share of the market by 2026-end.

Browse Full Report with TOC @ https://www.mrrse.com/feed-phytogenic-market

Poultry to Remain Most Attractive Feedstock for Sales of Feed Phytogenics

Production of poultry has become vertically integrated and more intensive on the back of continuous technological advancements coupled with expansion of economies. Increasing disposable incomes of the middle class population worldwide has resulted into spurring demand for safe and organic poultry meat, thereby fuelling adoption of feed phytogenics. Projected to account for approximately half revenue share of the market, poultry is expected to remain the most attractive livestock for sales of feed phytogenics. In addition, sales of feed phytogenics for ruminants will also witness an impressive expansion through 2026.

Projected to expand at the highest CAGR through 2026, palatability enhancers will continue to account for the largest revenue share of the market. Although demand for performance enhancers will remain relatively lower than palatability enhancers, the former will also account for a significant revenue share of the market during the forecast period.

Competition Tracking

FMI’s report has profiled active players in the global feed phytogenic market, which include Cargill Incorporated, E. I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company, Kemin Industries, Inc., Biomin Holding GmbH, Dostofarm GmbH, Phytobiotics Futterzusatzstoffe GmbH, Pancosma SA, A&A Pharmachem Inc., Phytosynthese, Natural Remedies Pvt. Ltd., Nor-Feed Sud, Nutricare Life Sciences Ltd., and Igusol.

Enquire about this Report @ https://www.mrrse.com/enquiry/4200

About (MRRSE)

Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE) is an industry-leading database of Market Research Reports. MRRSE is driven by a stellar team of research experts and advisors trained to offer objective advice. Our sophisticated search algorithm returns results based on the report title, geographical region, publisher, or other keywords.

MRRSE partners exclusively with leading global publishers to provide clients single-point access to top-of-the-line market research. MRRSE’s repository is updated every day to keep its clients ahead of the next new trend in market research, be it competitive intelligence, product or service trends or strategic consulting.

Contact Us                                                                         

State Tower
90, State Street
Suite 700
Albany, NY – 12207
United States Telephone: +1-518-730-0559
Email: sales@mrrse.com
Website: https://www.mrrse.com/
Read More Industry News At: https://www.industrynewsanalysis.com/

Matched content

Editor’s pick