PEST Analysis and Porters Five Forces Analysis are an integral component of our research
In our new study on the global fed microbial market published recently, we have taken a holistic approach to our research and focused on the various aspects governing the global fed microbial market. Our research studies the political, economic, socio-cultural, and technological factors likely to impact the global fed microbial market over the duration of eight years starting 2017 and through the PEST analysis, we have observed that the environment for the growth of the global fed microbial market is largely influenced by demand side factors. Porters Five Forces analysis helps us study factors such as the threat of new substitutes, threat of new market entrants, increasing awareness of product origin, bargaining power of suppliers, and the extent of industry rivalry present in the global fed microbial market. We have presented our findings in detail in a new report titled “Fed Microbial Market: Global Industry Analysis (2012 – 2016) and Forecast (2017 – 2025).”
A research methodology that is at par with the best in the industry
In order to arrive at the eight year forecast of the global fed microbial market, we have deployed our proven and tested research methodology that comprises detailed market profiling (where we leverage in-depth secondary research to ascertain the overall global market size, top industry players, top products, industry associations, etc.); formulation of a discussion guide and creation of a list of respondents (manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and industry experts) for extensive primary research; data collection and validation using the triangulation method wherein primary and secondary research data along with Persistence Market Research analysis contribute to the final data; and finally data analysis and scrutiny using advanced company tools to obtain pertinent qualitative and quantitative insights into the global fed microbial market.
A cohesive report structure that facilitates seamless navigation and ease of information access
The initial chapters of our report on the global fed microbial market present the executive summary comprising market overview and our analysis of the market, market introduction comprising market definition and taxonomy, and market dynamics comprising macroeconomic factors, global fed microbial market supply chain, and global market pricing and opportunity analysis. The next set of chapters provide detailed forecasts of the global fed microbial market in terms of market size (US$ Mn) and volume (MT) analysis for a historical period (2012 – 2016) and for the forecast period (2017 – 2025). The next few sections present the market forecasts for the different global market segments and regions and also highlight the market attractiveness and key trends / market developments.
One of the most critical sections of our report is a detailed assessment of the competition landscape of the global fed microbial market. Here we present a dashboard view of the top players operating in the global fed microbial market and also profile these leading players in terms of their business overview, key financials, growth strategies, and recent market developments. Towards the end, we present in brief the methodology we have adopted to arrive at the volume projections and market size estimations of the global fed microbial market and end our report with a brief note on the different assumptions and acronyms used throughout the report, for the benefit of our readers.
Global Fed Microbial Market: Taxonomy
Europe to emerge a prominent market for fed microbial during the forecast period
The global fed microbial market is spread across key geographies, of which Europe is expected to remain the dominant market with a high value share throughout the forecast period. While North America is the most mature regional market for fed microbial, Asia Pacific is projected to exhibit relatively high growth in the global fed microbial market during the forecast period. The APAC region contributes a great deal to the global animal feed market owing to the rearing of livestock for meat as well as dairy products in the region. Fed microbials are at a nascent stage in the Asia Pacific, and this region is projected to witness high growth during the period of forecast. Europe is the largest regional market for fed microbial, with an estimated value share of more than 40% by the end of the forecast period in 2025. Close on its heels are North America at about 29% market share and Asia Pacific at around 21% share.
Fed Microbial Market: Opportunity Analysis by Region
North America: The fed microbial market in North America is expected to represent total opportunity of US$ 166.3 Mn between 2017 and 2025.
Latin America: The Latin America fed microbial market is estimated to record total opportunity of US$ 76.0 Mn during the forecast period.
Europe: The Europe market for fed microbial is anticipated to register total opportunity of US$ 168.6 Mn during the period 2017 to 2025.
Asia Pacific: The Asia Pacific fed microbial market will witness total opportunity of US$ 129.7 Mn between 2017 and 2025.
Middle East & Africa: The fed microbial market in the Middle East & Africa is anticipated to register total opportunity of US$ 32.0 Mn during the forecast period.
Factors boosting revenue growth of the global fed microbial market
Direct fed microbials – also called probiotics – are typically animal feed additives containing good live micro-organisms that help boost the gut environment in animals and also provide immunity besides boosting the appetite of animals. These micro-organisms include various strains of bacteria such as lactobacillus, bacillus licheniformis, bacillus subtilis, bifidobacterium and enterococcus. Of these, the lactic acid bacteria is the most widely used strain. Direct fed microbials also include yeast – the most common species used being saccharomyces cervisae, aspergillus niger and aspergillus oryzae. Direct fed microbials are also categorized as zootechnical additives meant as gut stabilizers or additives that improve the intestinal flora in animals. These compounds provide immunity to animals and are a natural defense against several disease causing microbes. Direct fed microbials are also known to improve the mortality rate in animals. These factors are boosting demand and consequently augmenting revenue growth in the global fed microbial market. Further, increasing consumer concerns pertaining to the quality of animal feed coupled with a ban on antibiotics in animal feed products is fueling the growth of the global fed microbial market.
With rapidly increasing prices for animal feed additives and feed formulations, farmers are more concerned about the return on their investments. Globally, scientists have proved that direct fed microbials improve the rate of feed conversion and provide more meat and dairy products. This is another key factor boosting global fed microbial market revenue growth. With the European government banning the use of antibiotics for animals, direct fed microbials have found a new use as feed additives, and are a healthy substitute to antibiotics. This is also significantly driving the growth of the global fed microbial market.