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Feed Amino Acids Market by Livestock (Swine, Cattle, Poultry, Aquatic Animals & Others), by Amino Acid (Tryptophan, Lysine, Methionine, Threonine & Others), by Geography - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2018

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Publishing Date: May 2014
Report Code: AGI 2490

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Feed amino acids are used as additives for feed for various types of livestock. They are gaining popularity due to the global increase in costs of feed. They help in improving the productivity of animals. The global feed amino acids market is growing at a steady pace and the market is projected to continue to grow in the future as breeders want to increase their profitability.

Asia-Pacific is the largest consumer of these acids in the world, accounting for more than 34% of the consumption. North America is estimated to be growing rapidly in terms of market value. Growth is particularly high in markets such as China, India, and Brazil as they are developing countries and with the increasing disposable income of people, the demand for protein-rich food such as dairy and meat products is rapidly increasing in these countries. The poultry industry comprises the largest market share, followed by the swine breeding industry. The driving factor of the feed amino acids market is the global increase in demand of protein-rich foods such as dairy and meat.

The restraints for the market are the developments of other sources of proteins. Also, the animal breeders in crisis-hit Europe are reluctant to use expensive feed additives for their animals. Leading manufacturers are focusing on the expansion of their businesses across regions and setting up new R&D plants for developing new production techniques and products.

Secondary sources such as encyclopedias, directories, and databases were used to identify and collect information useful for this extensive commercial study of the 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 the market.

To capitalize on the growth trend in the global feed amino acids market, several leading companies are investing in the development and manufacture. Leading players have also been profiled with their recent developments and other strategic industry activities. These include Ajinomoto (Japan), Cheil Jedang (South Korea), Cargill, Inc. (U.S.), and Kemin Industries (U.S.).

Feed Amino Acids Market Size, by Livestock, 2013 VS. 2018 ($Million)

Feed Amino Acids Market

E – Estimated; P - Projected

Source: MarketsandMarkets Analysis

Scope of the Report

This research report categorizes the global market for feed amino acids on the basis of amino acid, livestock, and geography thereby projecting the market size in terms of value and analyzing trends in each of the submarkets:

By types

  • Tryptophan
  • Lysine
  • Methionine
  • Threonine
  • Others

By livestock

  • Swine
  • Poultry
  • Cattle
  • Aquaculture
  • Others

By geography

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • ROW

Customization Options:

Company-specific needs can be met by the customization option offered by the MnM assessment. The report can be customized to provide an in-depth analysis and exhaustive industry information for the following considerations:

Product-Type Assessment

  • Thorough analysis of the sub-types of amino acid type along with cross segmentation with its application at the country level
  • Manufacturing capacities of key players to produce new products in Asia Pacific

Industry Analysis

  • Study of related markets of the feed additive industry.
  • Study of meat industry in terms of per capita consumption of meat in different countries and percentage breakdown of different meat types.

Assessing up-coming products in feed additives market

  • Experts’ opinion on feasibility of new types of feed additive (ionophoresand coccidiostats)
  • Special analysis on opportunity and innovations leading to growth in the Asia Pacific amino acids market.

Regulatory and Environmental Analysis

  • Registration of additives and public authorities on feed additives
  • Regulatory bodies governing the feed additives market such as the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO), European Federation of Animal Health (FEDESA), and European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).

Table Of Contents
 
1 Introduction (Page No. - 14)
    1.1 Key Take-Aways
    1.2 Report Description
    1.3 Markets Covered
    1.4 Research Methodology
          1.4.1 Market Size Estimation
                  1.4.1.1 Market Crackdown & Data Triangulation
          1.4.2 Assumptions Made For This Report
                  1.4.2.1 Periodization Considered For The Feed Amino Acids Market
                  1.4.2.2 Key Data Points Taken From Secondary Sources
                  1.4.2.3 Key Data Points Taken From Primary Sources

2 Executive Summary (Page No. - 25)

3 Premium Insights (Page No. - 27)
    3.1 Market Segmentation
    3.2 Drivers & Restraints
    3.3 Feed Amino Acids Market, By Geography
    3.4 Market Life Cycle, By Geography
    3.5 Feed Acids Market, By Geography
    3.6 Feed Acids Market, By Livestock
    3.7 Feed Acids Market, By Amino Acid

4 Market Overview (Page No. - 35)
    4.1 Introduction
    4.2 History & Evolution of The Market
          4.2.1 Benefits of Feed Amino Acids
                  4.2.1.1 Health Benefits
                  4.2.1.2 Cost Benefits
                  4.2.1.3 Benefits To The Environment
    4.3 Complementary Markets: Animal Feed
    4.4 Related Markets: Feed Antioxidants & Feed Enzymes
          4.4.1 Feed Antioxidants
          4.4.2 Feed Enzymes
    4.5 Winning Imperatives
          4.5.1 Reducing Production Cost
          4.5.2 Investments in R&D
    4.6 Market Dynamics
          4.6.1 Drivers
                  4.6.1.1 Globally Increasing Feed Costs
                  4.6.1.2 Increasing Demand For Meat and Dairy
                  4.6.1.3 Pressure From Environmentalists and Governments
                  4.6.1.4 Ban on Bone and Meat Meal Benefits
                  4.6.1.5 Benefits Associated With Amino Acid Animal Feed Supplementation
          4.6.2 Restraint
                  4.6.2.1 Alternative Protein Sources
          4.6.3 Opportunities
                  4.6.3.1 Bypass Amino Acids For Ruminants
                  4.6.3.2 Consumers Concern Regarding Bse
    4.7 Porter’s Five Forces
          4.7.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
          4.7.2 Bargaining Power of Buyers
          4.7.3 Threat From New Entrants
          4.7.4 Threat of Substitutes
          4.7.5 Degree of Competition
    4.8 Market Share Analysis

5 Feed Amino Acid Market, By Livestock (Page No. - 51)
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Swine
    5.3 Poultry
    5.4 Cattle
    5.5 Aquaculture
    5.6 Other Livestock

6 Feed Amino Acids Market, By Amino Acid (Page No. - 60)
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Tryptophan
          6.2.1 Lysine
          6.2.2 Methionine
          6.2.3 Threonine
          6.2.4 Other Amino Acids

7 Feed Amino Acids Market, By Geography (Page No. - 69)
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 North America:
          7.2.1 U.S:
          7.2.2 Canada
          7.2.3 Rest of North America
    7.3 Europe
          7.3.1 Germany
          7.3.2 France
          7.3.3 Italy
          7.3.4 U.K
          7.3.5 Spain
          7.3.6 Rest of Europe
    7.4 Asia-Pacific
          7.4.1 China
          7.4.2 Japan
          7.4.3 India: A Promising Market Hub
          7.4.4 Thailand
          7.4.5 Vietnam
    7.5 Indonesia
          7.5.1 Rest of Asia-Pacific: A New Battleground
    7.6 Rest of The World: A Possible Game Changer
          7.6.1 Brazil: A Positive Approach Towards Feed Amino Acids
          7.6.2 Argentina
          7.6.3 South Africa
          7.6.4 Egypt
          7.6.5 Other ROW Countries: The Final Frontier

8 Competitive Landscape (Page No. - 119)
    8.1 Introduction
    8.2 Expansion: Most Preferred Strategic Approach.
    8.3 Maximum Developments in 2011
    8.4 Evonik Industries: The Most Active Company

9 Company Profile (Page No. - 128)
    9.1 Archer Daniels Midland Company
          9.1.1 Overview
          9.1.2 Products & Services
          9.1.3 Strategies & Insights
          9.1.4 Developments
          9.1.5 MNM View
                  9.1.5.1 Company Review
                  9.1.5.2 SWOT Analysis
    9.2 Cargill, Incorporated
          9.2.1 Overview
          9.2.2 Products & Services
          9.2.3 Strategies & Insights
          9.2.4 Developments
          9.2.5 MNM View
                  9.2.5.1 Company Review
                  9.2.5.2 SWOT Analysis
    9.3 Royal Dsm N.V.
          9.3.1 Overview
          9.3.2 Products & Services
          9.3.3 Strategies & Insights
          9.3.4 MNM View
                  9.3.4.1 Company Overview
                  9.3.4.2 SWOT Analysis
    9.4 Adisseo France Sas
          9.4.1 Overview
          9.4.2 Strategies & Insights
          9.4.3 Products & Services
          9.4.4 Development
          9.4.5 MNM View
                  9.4.5.1 Company Review
    9.5 Novus International, Inc.
          9.5.1 Overview
          9.5.2 Products & Services
          9.5.3 Strategies & Insights
          9.5.4 Developments
          9.5.5 MNM View
                  9.5.5.1 Company Review
                  9.5.5.2 SWOT Analysis
    9.6 Cheil Jedang
          9.6.1 Products & Services
          9.6.2 Strategies & Insights
          9.6.3 Developments
          9.6.4 MNM View
                  9.6.4.1 Company Review
    9.7 Ajinomoto Co. Inc.
          9.7.1 Overview
          9.7.2 Products & Services
          9.7.3 Strategies & Insights
          9.7.4 Developments
          9.7.5 MNM View
                  9.7.5.1 Company Review
    9.8 PHW Group
          9.8.1 Overview
          9.8.2 Products & Services
          9.8.3 Strategies & Insights
          9.8.4 MNM View
                  9.8.4.1 Company Review
                  9.8.4.2 SWOT Analysis
    9.9 Evonik Industries Ag
          9.9.1 Overview
          9.9.2 Products & Services
          9.9.3 Strategies & Insights
          9.9.4 Developments
          9.9.5 MNM View
                  9.9.5.1 Company Review
    9.10 Kemin Europa
          9.10.1 Overview
          9.10.2 Products & Services
          9.10.3 Strategies & Insights
          9.10.4 Development
          9.10.5 MNM View
                  9.10.5.1 Company Review


List of Tables (73 Tables)

Table 1 Feed Amino Acids Market Size Estimation
Table 2 Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 3 U.S.: Average Corn Prices, By Market (Dollars Per Bushel)
Table 4 Feed Amino Acid Market Size, By Livestock, 2011–2018 ($Million)
Table 5 Swine Feed Amino Acid Market Size, By Geography, 2011–2018 ($Million)
Table 6 Poultry Feed Amino Acid Market Size, By Geography, 2011–2018 ($Million)
Table 7 Cattle Feed Amino Acid Market Size, By Geography, 2011–2018 ($Million)
Table 8 Aquaculture Feed Amino Acid Market Size, By Geography, 2011–2018 ($Million)
Table 9 Other Livestock Feed Amino Acid Market Size, By Geography, 2011–2018 ($Million)
Table 10 Feed Amino Acid Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 11 Feed Tryptophan Market Size, By Geography, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 12 Feed Lysine Market Size, By Geography, 2011–2018 ($Million)
Table 13 Feed Methionine Market Size, By Geography 2011–2018 ($Million)
Table 14 Feed Threonine Market Size, By Geography, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 15 Other Feed Amino Acid Market Size, By Geography, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 16 Market Size, By Geography, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 17 North America: Feed Amino Acids Market Size, By Countries, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 18 U.S.: Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 19 U.S.: Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 20 Canada: Market Size, By Amino Acids, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 21 Canada: Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 22 Rest of North America: Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 23 Others: Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 24 Europe: Market Size, By Country, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 25 Germany:  Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 26 Germany: Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 27 France: Market Size, By Type, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 28   France: Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 29 Italy:  Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 30 Italy: Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 31 U.K.:  Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 32 U.K.:  Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 33 Spain:  Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 34 Spain: Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 35 Rest of Europe: Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 36 Rest of Europe: Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 37 Asia-Pacific: Market Size, By Country, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 38 China: Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 39 China:  Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 40 Japan:  Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 41 Japan:  Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 42 India:  Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 43 India: Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 44 Thailand: Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 45 Thailand:  Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 46 Vietnam: Feed Amino Acids Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 47 Vietnam:  Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 48 Indonesia: Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 49 Indonesia:  Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 50 Rest of Asia-Pacific: Feed Amino Acids Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 51 Rest of Asia-Pacific: Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 52 ROW: Market Size, By Country, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 53 Brazil:Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 54 Brazil:  Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 55 Argentina:  Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 56 Argentina: Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 57 South Africa:  Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 58 South Africa: Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 59 Egypt: Feed Amino Acids Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 60 Egypt:  Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 61 Other ROW Countries: Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 62 Other ROW Countries: Feed Amino Acids Market Size, By Livestock, 2011-2018 ($Million)
Table 63 New Product Launches, 2010-2013
Table 64 Expansions, 2011-2014
Table 65 ADM: Products & Their Descriptions
Table 66 Cargill, Inc.: Products & Their Descriptions
Table 67 Adisseo France: Products & Their Descriptions
Table 68 Novus International: Products & Their Services
Table 69 Cheil Jedang: Products & Their Descriptions
Table 70 Ajinomoto: Products & Their Descriptions
Table 71 PHW Group: Product & Its Description
Table 72 Evonik: Products & Their Descriptions
Table 73 Kemin Europa: Products & Their Descriptions


List of Figures (21 Figures)

Figure 1  Market Segmentation
Figure 2 Research Methodology
Figure 3 Feed Amino Acids Market Size Estimation Methodology
Figure 4 Feed Amino Acids Market Segmentation
Figure 5 Feed Amino Acids Market Drivers Vs. Restraints
Figure 6  Market Size, By Geography, 2013–2018 ($Million)
Figure 7 Market Life Cycle, By Geography, 2011-2012
Figure 8  Market Size, By Country, 2012 Vs. 2018 ($Million)
Figure 9  Market Size, By Livestock, 2013 Vs. 2018 ($Million)
Figure 10 Market Size, By Amino Acid, 2013 Vs. 2018 ($Million)
Figure 11 Market Share Analysis (Value), By Geography, 2012
Figure 12 Animal Feed Production Share, By Country
Figure 13 Impact Amalysis of Drivers on The Feed Amino Acids Market
Figure 14 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
Figure 15 Feed Amino Acids Market Share, By Companies, 2012
Figure 16 Feed Amino Acid Market Share (Developments), By Growth Strategy, 2009-2013
Figure 17 Annual Feed Amino Acid Market Development Analysis, By Growth Strategy, 2009-2013
Figure 18 Feed Amino Acid Market Share (Developments), By Company, 2013
Figure 19 ADM: SWOT Analysis
Figure 20 Cargill, Inc.: SWOT Analysis
Figure 21 PHW Group: SWOT Analysis

The feed amino acids market is estimated to reach $5,729.0 million by 2018, with a projected CAGR of 5.4% from 2013 to 2018. They are compounds that are combined with basic feed mix to improve the productivity of animals. These act as building blocks for proteins in the body, thus improving the growth rate of the animals. This helps the farmer, in a long run, to bring down feed costs as less feed is required to provide the same amount of nutrient to the animals. A variety of feed amino acids are available, which are used in different concentrations depending upon the environmental factors and the type of feed. The type of acid that is most commonly used in feed grade of animals is lysine.

Asia-Pacific is holds the largest consumer share of feed amino acids across the world. The growth observed was found to be predominantly high in emerging countries such as India, China, and Brazil, due to industrialization and rising protein and meat consumption. U.S. is the largest market in North America segment.

Feed Amino Acids Market Size, by Geography, 2013 VS. 2018 ($Million)

Feed Amino Acids Market

Source: MarketsandMarkets Analysis

The feed amino acids market is growing steadily due to the global increase in demand for protein-rich foods such as dairy and meat. The other driving factors for the market are the increasing awareness among animal breeders regarding the role of these acids in increasing the productivity of their livestock and also reducing the total feed requirement. The restraining factor for the market is the development of other sources of proteins. However, new technology in the segments, such as by-pass amino acids being used in cattle feed, provides future opportunities to the market.

Key participants in the global feed amino acids market include Evonik (Germany), Cargill, Inc. (U.S.), Ajinomoto (Japan), Cheil Jedang (South Korea), and Kemin Europa (U.S.). The market is witnessing rapid developments in the areas of product innovation and new technologies, with a focus on increasing efficiency in livestock production. Leading companies are focusing on expansion of the business across regions and setting up new R&D centers for carrying out extensive research. Large amount of investments are made by European companies in the Asia-Pacific region to set up new production units to cater to the rising demand in Asia.

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