Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4lrkln/feed_phosphate)
has announced the addition of the "Feed
Phosphate Market by Type, Livestock, Geography - Global Trends &
Forecasts to 2018" report to their offering.
The growing demand for livestock and healthy breeds of animals hasled to
the increase in demand over supplementing animals nutritiously in their
meals, for good growth and development.
Asia-Pacific and North America are the top two consumers of feed
phosphate in the world together accounting for more than 65% of the
consumption. Asia-Pacific is estimated to be the fastest growing region
in terms of revenue. Growth is particularly high in emerging countries
such as China, India, and Brazil because of rising per capita meat
consumption. Poultry market has th largest market share for feed
phosphate followed by pork. The driving factors of the global animal
feed phosphate market are rise in global meat consumption,
industrialization of pork and poultry industry and focus on continuous
development of best breeds of animals.
The restraints of the market are the increasing raw material costs and
scarcity of raw materials. However, the use of phytase is hampering the
growth of the feed phosphate market. Leading manufacturers are focusing
on expansion across regions and setting up new plants for increasing
production capacity as well as strengthening the product line.
Various secondary sources have been used to identify and collect
information useful for this extensive commercial study of feed phosphate
market. The primary sources - experts from related industries and
suppliers have been interviewed to obtain and verify critical
information as well as to assess the future prospects of feed phosphate.
- Ecophos S.A
- J.R Simplot Company
- Ocp Group
- Potash Corporation Of Saskatchewan Inc.
- Sichuan Lomon Corporation
- The Mosaic Company
- Timab Industries
- Yara International Asa
Scope of the Report
- Dicalcium phosphate
- Monocalcium phosphate
- Mono-dicalcium phosphate
- Tricalcium phosphate
- Defluorinated phosphate
- Aqua animals
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