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Cattle Feed Market Forecasts to 2028 – Global Analysis By Ingredients (Corn, Oilseeds, Additives), Animal Type (Young Ruminants, Mature Ruminants), Distribution Channel, Application, End User, and By Geography

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Published: January 2022 ID: SMRC21262
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Published: January 2022 ID: SMRC21262

This report covers the impact of COVID-19 on this global market

According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Cattle Feed Market is accounted for $81.22 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach $108.32 billion by 2028 growing at a CAGR of 4.2% during the forecast period. Animal feed is the food given to home grown creatures, particularly those in the domesticated animals. Cattle feed is a vital element in creature farming and it adds to the larger part cost of the raising animals. Ranchers as a rule attempt to lessen cost for this food by enhancing costly feeds with substitutes, for example, food squander like spent grain from lager fermenting. Creature prosperity is one of the excellent variables that choose the fate of animals industry. Prosperity of creatures is profoundly subject to even wholesome feed. The cattle feed industry is venturing into the market of feed-acidifiers, feed-catalysts, feed-anti-infection agents, and feed-microbial.

Market Dynamics:

Driver:

Growing demand in livestock industry


The cattle feed business is experiencing rapid growth as the milk producers have started replacing the traditional cattle feed with more nutritionally balanced compound feed, as they have realized the tangible benefits of nutritional feed in terms of yield improvement. In Asia, the livestock industry is the most crucial part of agricultural development and has been growing at an unprecedented pace in the last few decades. Livestock products contribute for around 40% of the total agricultural output in global sales, and are experiencing growth faster as compared to any other agricultural sub-sector. Due to population growth and increased living standards, rapid growth in consumption of animal products has also forced the livestock industry to adapt and expand to satisfy the expectations of the society by feeding nutritious animal feed to the livestock animals. Hence, this factor proves beneficial for the growth of the cattle feed market.

Restraint:

Huge feed costs


The impact of rising feed costs across livestock sectors is starting to be noticed as the cost of on-farm feeding could put pressure on farm margins. Climbing feed costs are creating a difficult situation for feed users. As the markets tries to figure out just how high feed costs will actually go, feed users are faced with the same dilemma. With a bullish outlook for global grain markets due to relatively tight supply, there is concern that high prices are likely to remain in the coming years. Feed prices have been on an upwards trajectory for several months now, and the most recent Feed Market Report shows UK ex-farm spot prices remaining high. However, with ground conditions being poor in many regions of the UK due to prolonged rainfall, it is likely that less outwintering will be taking place. Therefore, there may be a heavier reliance on purchased feeds, which could increase costs based on current feed prices.

Opportunity:

Increasing industrialization of livestock production in emerging economies


Rising population and the need for satisfying the nutritional and taste preferences of the population in developing countries has led to increased industrialization of livestock production. In developing countries, cattle rearing have traditionally been a backyard occupation. However, with increased demand and more awareness regarding the economies of scale of maintaining larger herds, the cattle rearing in these countries have started to transform. For instance, in 2016, India produced 155.5 million metric ton of milk from a 189.3 million population of cattle, which was 195.8 million. milk production has increased to 187.7 million metric ton from 193.4 million population of cattle. Increased industrialization of cattle husbandry would lead to the adoption of advanced management practices including the usage of compound feed in appropriate dosages. This is expected to provide a fillip to the growth of the cattle feed market over the forecast period.

Threat:

Disruption in supply chain due to pandemic


The emergence of Covid-19 has taken a toll on the supply-demand of ingredients and additives, as China is a major raw material manufacturer in the region. In addition, transport restrictions to and fro from the country prevented vital ingredients, such as soybean meal, from being delivered to the cattle farms. Even though China has lifted the ban from the transportation of essential products, manufacturers in the country are still facing issues to get their products out of the country. The majority of the global supply of ingredients, including Vitamin B & D, lysine, and threonine, is manufactured in China. Major product consumers in North America and Europe have suffered the most during the pandemic due to delayed exports and disruptions in shipping. This also resulted in a price hike due to supply chain bottlenecks.

The additives segment is expected to be the largest during the forecast period

The additives segment is estimated to have a lucrative growth due to the growing demand from the cattle feed industry as a feed supplement. Some of the most prominently used amino acids in the animal feed additive industry are lysine, methionine, and cysteine. Lysine acts as a building block for protein in the animal body. As animals are not capable of producing this amino acid in sufficient quantity, it is provided through diet or supplementation.

The dairy segment is expected to have the highest CAGR during the forecast period

The dairy segment is anticipated to witness the fastest CAGR growth during the forecast period. Dairy cattle diets are divided into two segments. They are lactating and dry phase. Each phase comprises of 6 months, where the lactating phase is the first 6 months after giving birth, and dry phase is the latter 6 months, after reaching peak milk production. During the dry phase, the cows are impregnated with semen for the next calving cycle. The lactating phase requires both energy and protein-based diets to increase the milk yield as well as the milk protein content. The feed content is reduced for the dairy cows as there is not much feed conversion during the lactating phase. The dry phase includes mostly energy-based diets, in order to improve the strength of the pregnant cows while giving birth.

Region with largest share:

Asia Pacific is projected to hold the largest market share during the forecast period. Asian countries have witnessed higher rate of traction for dairy products, owing to its increased demand from vegan consumers. Some key macroeconomic factors such as rise in social media usage and surge in per-capita income also play an important role in contributing toward the overall growth of the cattle feed market. In some Asian countries, the livestock population, especially cattle, is associated with rising human population, growing per capita incomes, changing technologies, availability of new practices such as urea addition to roughage to increase digestibility within cattle, and varying tastes. Further, the meat industries have been strengthening their numbers in the Asia Pacific regions due to the increasing demand for meat.

Region with highest CAGR:

North America is projected to have the highest CAGR over the forecast period owing to the easy and abundant availability of raw materials, such as maize and dextrose, in the region is expected to augment the market growth. Growing meat consumption, mainly in the U.S., coupled with stringent regulations regarding meat quality, is expected to drive the regional market over the forecast years.

Key players in the market:

Some of the key players profiled in the Cattle Feed Market include BASF SE, Biomin Holding GmbH, DSM, DE HEUS. ALL, Cargill, Incorporated, United Farmers Cooperative, ADM Animal Nutrition, Godrej Agrovet Ltd., Kemin Industries, Inc., Farmer's Grain Company, Land O'Lakes, Inc., Nutreco, Provita Eurotech Ltd, and Van Aarsen International.

Key Developments:

In October 2021, BASF and Cargill are expanding their partnership in the animal nutrition business, adding research and development capabilities and new markets to the partners' existing feed enzymes distribution agreements. Together, they will develop, produce, market, and sell customer-centric enzyme products and solutions. The goal is to bring farmers feed innovations that reduce nutrient waste, improving feed efficiency, and promote animal growth and wellbeing.
 
Ingredients Covered:
• Corn
• Oilseeds
• Additives
• Brans
• Cereals & Grains
• Protein Meals/Cakes
• Food Wastages
• Agro-industrial by-products

Animal Types Covered:
• Young Ruminants
• Mature Ruminants

Distribution Channels Covered:
• Offline
• Online

Applications Covered:
• Beef
• Dairy
• Calves
• Other Applications
 
End Users Covered:
• Feed
• Fodder
• Agro-Based
• Other End Users

Regions Covered:
• North America
o US
o Canada
o Mexico
• Europe
o Germany
o UK
o Italy
o France
o Spain
o Rest of Europe
• Asia Pacific
o Japan       
o China       
o India       
o Australia 
o New Zealand
o South Korea
o Rest of Asia Pacific   
• South America
o Argentina
o Brazil
o Chile
o Rest of South America
• Middle East & Africa
o Saudi Arabia
o UAE
o Qatar
o South Africa
o Rest of Middle East & Africa

What our report offers:
- Market share assessments for the regional and country-level segments
- Strategic recommendations for the new entrants
- Covers Market data for the years 2020, 2021, 2022, 2025, and 2028
- Market Trends (Drivers, Constraints, Opportunities, Threats, Challenges, Investment Opportunities, and recommendations)
- Strategic recommendations in key business segments based on the market estimations
- Competitive landscaping mapping the key common trends
- Company profiling with detailed strategies, financials, and recent developments
- Supply chain trends mapping the latest technological advancements

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1 Executive Summary     
       
2 Preface      

 2.1 Abstract     
 2.2 Stake Holders    
 2.3 Research Scope    
 2.4 Research Methodology   
  2.4.1 Data Mining   
  2.4.2 Data Analysis   
  2.4.3 Data Validation   
  2.4.4 Research Approach   
 2.5 Research Sources     
  2.5.1 Primary Research Sources  
  2.5.2 Secondary Research Sources  
  2.5.3 Assumptions   
       
3 Market Trend Analysis    
 3.1 Introduction    
 3.2 Drivers     
 3.3 Restraints    
 3.4 Opportunities    
 3.5 Threats     
 3.6 Application Analysis   
 3.7 End User Analysis    
 3.8 Emerging Markets    
 3.9 Impact of Covid-19    
       
4 Porters Five Force Analysis    
 4.1 Bargaining power of suppliers   
 4.2 Bargaining power of buyers   
 4.3 Threat of substitutes   
 4.4 Threat of new entrants   
 4.5 Competitive rivalry    
       
5 Global Cattle Feed Market, By Ingredient  
 5.1 Introduction    
 5.2 Corn     
 5.3 Oilseeds     
 5.4 Additives     
  5.4.1 Vitamins    
   5.4.1.1 Vitamin A  
   5.4.1.2 Vitamin B  
   5.4.1.3 Vitamin C  
   5.4.1.4 Vitamin E   
  5.4.2 Minerals    
   5.4.2.1 Di-calcium Phosphate 
   5.4.2.2 Common Salt  
   5.4.2.3 Calcite Powder  
   5.4.2.4 Other Minerals  
  5.4.3 Antimicrobials   
  5.4.4 Binders    
  5.4.5 Amino Acids   
   5.4.5.1 Lysine   
   5.4.5.2 Methionine  
   5.4.5.3 Threonine  
   5.4.5.4 Tryptophan  
   5.4.5.5 Other Amino Acids  
  5.4.6 Feed Acidifiers   
  5.4.7 Feed Antibiotics   
  5.4.8 Feed Enzymes   
   5.4.8.1 Non-starch  
   5.4.8.2 Phytase   
  5.4.9 Antioxidants   
  5.4.10 Other Additives   
 5.5 Brans     
  5.5.1 Maize Bran   
  5.5.2 Rice Bran    
  5.5.3 Wheat Bran   
  5.5.4 Other Bains   
 5.6 Cereals & Grains    
  5.6.1 Barley    
  5.6.2 Maize    
  5.6.3 Oats    
  5.6.4 Rice    
  5.6.5 Sorghum    
  5.6.6 Wheat    
  5.6.7 Other Cereals & Grains  
 5.7 Protein Meals/Cakes   
  5.7.1 Coconut Meal   
  5.7.2 Groundnut Meal   
  5.7.3 Linseed Cake   
  5.7.4 Maize Germ oil Cake  
  5.7.5 Palm Kernel Meal   
  5.7.6 Rapeseed Meal   
  5.7.7 Soybean Meal   
  5.7.8 Sunflower Meal   
 5.8 Food Wastages    
 5.9 Agro-industrial by-products   
  5.9.1 Mango Kernel Powder  
  5.9.2 Molasses    
  5.9.3 Tapioca Waste   
  5.9.4 Other Agro-industrial by-products 
       
6 Global Cattle Feed Market, By Animal Type  
 6.1 Introduction    
 6.2 Young Ruminants    
 6.3 Mature Ruminants    
       
7 Global Cattle Feed Market, By Distribution Channel 
 7.1 Introduction    
 7.2 Offline     
 7.3 Online     
       
8 Global Cattle Feed Market, By Application  
 8.1 Introduction    
 8.2 Beef     
  8.2.1 Feeding Operations   
   8.2.1.1 Backgrounding  
   8.2.1.2 Feedlot   
  8.2.2 Gender    
   8.2.2.1 Beef Cows And Heifers 
   8.2.2.2 Steers   
 8.3 Dairy     
  8.3.1 Dairy Cows   
  8.3.2 Heifers    
 8.4 Calves     
  8.4.1 Weaners    
  8.4.2 Calf    
 8.5 Other Applications    
       
9 Global Cattle Feed Market, By End User   

 9.1 Introduction    
 9.2 Feed     
 9.3 Fodder     
 9.4 Agro-Based    
 9.5 Other End Users    
       
10 Global Cattle Feed Market, By Geography  
 10.1 Introduction    
 10.2 North America    
  10.2.1 US    
  10.2.2 Canada    
  10.2.3 Mexico    
 10.3 Europe     
  10.3.1 Germany    
  10.3.2 UK    
  10.3.3 Italy    
  10.3.4 France    
  10.3.5 Spain    
  10.3.6 Rest of Europe   
 10.4 Asia Pacific    
  10.4.1 Japan    
  10.4.2 China    
  10.4.3 India    
  10.4.4 Australia    
  10.4.5 New Zealand   
  10.4.6 South Korea   
  10.4.7 Rest of Asia Pacific   
 10.5 South America    
  10.5.1 Argentina   
  10.5.2 Brazil    
  10.5.3 Chile    
  10.5.4 Rest of South America  
 10.6 Middle East & Africa   
  10.6.1 Saudi Arabia   
  10.6.2 UAE    
  10.6.3 Qatar    
  10.6.4 South Africa   
  10.6.5 Rest of Middle East & Africa  
       
11 Key Developments     
 11.1 Agreements, Partnerships, Collaborations and Joint Ventures
 11.2 Acquisitions & Mergers   
 11.3 New Product Launch   
 11.4 Expansions    
 11.5 Other Key Strategies   
       
12 Company Profiling     

 12.1 BASF SE     
 12.2 Biomin Holding GmbH   
 12.3 DSM     
 12.4 DE HEUS. ALL    
 12.5 Cargill, Incorporated   
 12.6 United Farmers Cooperative   
 12.7 ADM Animal Nutrition   
 12.8 Godrej Agrovet Ltd.    
 12.9 Kemin Industries, Inc.   
 12.10 Farmer's Grain Company   
 12.11 Land O'Lakes, Inc.    
 12.12 Nutreco     
 12.13 Provita Eurotech Ltd   
 12.14 Van Aarsen International   


List of Tables       
1 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Region (2019-2028) ($MN)
2 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Ingredient (2019-2028) ($MN)
3 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Corn (2019-2028) ($MN)
4 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Oilseeds (2019-2028) ($MN)
5 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Additives (2019-2028) ($MN)
6 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Vitamins (2019-2028) ($MN)
7 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Minerals (2019-2028) ($MN)
8 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Antimicrobials (2019-2028) ($MN)
9 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Binders (2019-2028) ($MN)
10 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Amino Acids (2019-2028) ($MN)
11 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Feed Acidifiers (2019-2028) ($MN)
12 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Feed Antibiotics (2019-2028) ($MN)
13 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Feed Enzymes (2019-2028) ($MN)
14 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Antioxidants (2019-2028) ($MN)
15 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Other Additives (2019-2028) ($MN)
16 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Brans (2019-2028) ($MN)
17 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Maize Bran (2019-2028) ($MN)
18 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Rice Bran (2019-2028) ($MN)
19 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Wheat Bran (2019-2028) ($MN)
20 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Other Bains (2019-2028) ($MN)
21 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Cereals & Grains (2019-2028) ($MN)
22 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Barley (2019-2028) ($MN)
23 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Maize (2019-2028) ($MN)
24 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Oats (2019-2028) ($MN)
25 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Rice (2019-2028) ($MN)
26 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Sorghum (2019-2028) ($MN)
27 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Wheat (2019-2028) ($MN)
28 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Other Cereals & Grains (2019-2028) ($MN)
29 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Protein Meals/Cakes (2019-2028) ($MN)
30 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Coconut Meal (2019-2028) ($MN)
31 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Groundnut Meal (2019-2028) ($MN)
32 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Linseed Cake (2019-2028) ($MN)
33 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Maize Germ oil Cake (2019-2028) ($MN)
34 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Palm Kernel Meal (2019-2028) ($MN)
35 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Rapeseed Meal (2019-2028) ($MN)
36 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Soybean Meal (2019-2028) ($MN)
37 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Sunflower Meal (2019-2028) ($MN)
38 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Food Wastages (2019-2028) ($MN)
39 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Agro-industrial by-products (2019-2028) ($MN)
40 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Mango Kernel Powder (2019-2028) ($MN)
41 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Molasses (2019-2028) ($MN)
42 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Tapioca Waste (2019-2028) ($MN)
43 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Other Agro-industrial by-products (2019-2028) ($MN)
44 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Animal Type (2019-2028) ($MN)
45 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Young Ruminants (2019-2028) ($MN)
46 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Mature Ruminants (2019-2028) ($MN)
47 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Distribution Channel (2019-2028) ($MN)
48 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Offline (2019-2028) ($MN)
49 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Online (2019-2028) ($MN)
50 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Application (2019-2028) ($MN)
51 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Beef (2019-2028) ($MN)
52 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Feeding Operations (2019-2028) ($MN)
53 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Gender (2019-2028) ($MN)
54 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Dairy (2019-2028) ($MN)
55 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Dairy Cows (2019-2028) ($MN)
56 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Heifers (2019-2028) ($MN)
57 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Calves (2019-2028) ($MN)
58 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Weaners (2019-2028) ($MN)
59 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Calf (2019-2028) ($MN) 
60 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Other Applications (2019-2028) ($MN)
61 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By End User (2019-2028) ($MN)
62 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Feed (2019-2028) ($MN)
63 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Fodder (2019-2028) ($MN)
64 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Agro-Based (2019-2028) ($MN)
65 Global Cattle Feed Market Outlook, By Other End Users (2019-2028) ($MN)
       
Note: Tables for North America, Europe, APAC, South America, and Middle East & Africa Regions are also represented in the same manner as above.

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