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Feed Enzymes Market worth $1.9 Billion by 2025 | Key Players are BASF SE, DowDu Pont, Koninklijke DSM N.V, Bluestar Adisseo, and Kemin Industries

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Feed Enzymes Market worth $1.9 Billion by 2025 | Key Players are BASF SE, DowDu Pont, Koninklijke DSM N.V, Bluestar Adisseo, and Kemin Industries

October 27
14:42 2021
Feed Enzymes Market worth $1.9 Billion by 2025 | Key Players are BASF SE, DowDu Pont, Koninklijke DSM N.V, Bluestar Adisseo, and Kemin Industries
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The global feed enzymes market size is estimated to account for USD 1.3 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 1.9 billion by 2025, recording a CAGR of 8.1% during the forecast period.

The report Feed Enzymes Market by Type (Phytase, Carbohydrase, and Protease), Livestock (Poultry, Swine, Ruminants, and Aquatic Animals), Source (Microorganism, Plant, and Animal), Form (Dry and Liquid), and Region – Global Forecast to 2025″, size is projected to reach USD 1.9 billion by 2025, which was estimated at USD 1.3 billion in 2020; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.1% from 2020. One of the major factors driving the feed enzyme industry is the provision of cost-efficiency in the use of feed. Also, the increasing demand for animal-based products, such as meat products, dairy products, and eggs, and the rise in the global demand for naturally produced feed additives have been driving the growth of this market.

Feed Enzymes Market

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Restraint: Higher inclusion rates of enzymes to have adverse effects

Although feed enzymes significantly impact the growth of the livestock industry, there are physiological limits imposed by the conditions to enzyme responses in the digestive tract of livestock. Excessive levels of feed enzymes could affect the levels of endogenous enzymes in the gastrointestinal tract, with adverse effects on health. Variations in the level of this effect depend on many factors, such as age, type of diet, and enzyme inclusion rates in feed products. Feed enzymes may trigger several side effects, including vomiting, gas, diarrhea, and swelling of the legs and feet. In addition, some animals may experience allergic reactions to digestive enzymes. For instance, Bromelain, the enzyme from pineapple, has anti-platelet properties. If this enzyme is fed to livestock in excessive quantities along with feed, it could increase the risk of bleeding as acts as a blood thinner.

Opportunity: Innovation in phytase production processes

Through preliminary research, it is known that some fungi are able to grow in POME (palm oil mill effluent) and have the ability to produce phytase enzymes. The utilization of phytase enzymes containing feed products for monogastric and digastric livestock could increase the efficiency of nutrient uptake and livestock resistance to disease attacks. Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is one type of waste that has not been used widely in enzyme production. Some fungi that grow on POME indicate their capability of producing phytase. Most of the POME is disposed of and pollutes the environment. Besides, POME is one of the wastes that contain large concentrations of carbohydrates, proteins, nitrogen compounds, lipids, and minerals. Therefore, they also act as an excellent raw material for bioconversion by biotechnological techniques.

The microorganism segment, by source, is projected to dominate the market during the forecast period.

The microorganism segment dominated the market during the forecast period, owing to the higher use of these sources to extract feed enzymes. Microorganisms remain highly prominent and suitable hosts to produce stable and industrially important feed enzymes. Enzymes extracted from microorganisms are of great importance in the manufacturing of animal feed. Currently, molecular techniques, such as metagenomics and genomics, are used to discover microbial enzymes, which are used in the feed industry to improve feed quality.

Based on livestock, the swine segment is projected to be the second-largest market during the forecast period

After poultry, the swine segment dominates the market during the forecast period. Since swine livestock is unable to utilize all components of its diet fully, specific enzymes can be added to the feed to help break down complex carbohydrates, protein, and phytate, through carbohydrase, protease, and phytase. Carbohydrases are the most effective in the diet of starters. The main carbohydrate in the swine diet is glucose, provided by starch in corn. More than 95% of the starch in corn can be digested. However, not all carbohydrates in corn are starch. The more complex carbohydrates are called fibers and are not well-utilized by pigs. Enzymes enable the digestion of such unutilized fibers.

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Asia Pacific is estimated to be the largest and fastest-growing market.

Asia Pacific dominated the global feed enzymes market in 2019; this has been supported by the presence of a large livestock population (FAO 2016) and the growth rate. Also, livestock producers in China and India are focusing on animal health by resorting to natural solutions.

Additionally, there has been a rise in the demand for meat and meat products, in accordance with the need for a protein-rich meat diet. The market for poultry is estimated to increase in India and China due to factors such as the focus on meat quality and public health campaigns, which encourage the consumption of lower-fat protein options. Fish consumption is also increasing in the region owing to similar health trends. On the other hand, there has been an increase in production as well as consumption of dairy products in the region. These factors are expected to drive the feed enzymes market in the Asia Pacific region.The major vendors in the global feed enzyme market are BASF SE (Germany), DowDu Pont (US), Koninklijke DSM N.V (Netherlands), Bluestar Adisseo (China), and Kemin Industries (US).

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