Asia Pacific Animal Intestinal Health Market Report

Asia Pacific Animal Intestinal Health Market Report, by Type (Dry and Liquid), Additives (Probiotics, Prebiotics, Immunostimulants, and Photogenic), Source (Microbial and Plant-Based), Livestock (Poultry, Ruminant, Swine, and Aquaculture) And Geography – Market Share, Trend Analysis & Forecast , 2019 - 2028

Report Code : 10484 | Publish Date : March | Industry : Agriculture | Geography : APAC


Animal intestinal health is a major concern nowadays as the health of animals is not only crucial for their safety and well-being but also the human beings. The diseases in animals can easily be transferred to humans due to the growing consumption of meat and dairy products by people including fish, chicken, sheep meat, milk, cheese, etc. Probiotics, prebiotics, phytogenic, and immunostimulants are commonly used for improving gut immunity among animals.

Market Dynamics – Asia Pacific Animal Intestinal Health Market

Factors such as the rapid growth in livestock population, growing awareness about animal health, and increasing frequency of animal disease outbreaks are expected to drive the growth of the APAC animal intestinal health market. Moreover, the Asia Pacific market is driven by the growing disposable income, increasing awareness about animal health, growing demand for animal-derived food products, and rising adoption of companion animals.

ECONOMIC IMPACT OF COVID 19 ON ASIA PACIFIC ANIMAL INTESTINAL HEALTH MARKET

The exclusive COVID 19 impact analysis provides an analysis of micro and macro-economic factors on the Asia Pacific Animal intestinal health market. Also, complete analysis of changes on healthcare expenditure, economic and international policies on supply and demand side. The report also studies the impact of the pandemic on global economies, international trade, business investments, GDP, and marketing strategies of key players present in the market. 


ASIA PACIFIC ANIMAL INTESTINAL HEALTH MARKET - SEGMENTAL OVERVIEW

The study analysed the Asia Pacific Animal intestinal health market based on type, source, livestock, additives, and geography.

ASIA PACIFIC ANIMAL INTESTINAL HEALTH MARKET BY TYPE

Dry and liquid are the types of the market. The dry segment accounted for the largest share in the market. In emerging countries, livestock breeders have lesser awareness in terms of the right quantities to mix as a proportion of feed owing to which they prefer using the dry form of animal intestinal health products.

ASIA PACIFIC ANIMAL INTESTINAL HEALTH MARKET BY SOURCE 

The major source of the global animal intestinal health products market are microbial and plant-based sources. Plant-based sources account for the largest market size through the forecast period. The plant-based sources considered for the animal intestinal health study are herbs & spices, plant extracts, flowers, and fruits & vegetables. Phytogenic and prebiotics are derived from plant-based sources.

ASIA PACIFIC ANIMAL INTESTINAL HEALTH MARKET BY LIVESTOCK

The livestock of the market is poultry, ruminant, swine, aquaculture, etc. The poultry segment held a lion’s share in the market. Poultry is domesticated for the production of eggs and meat for consumption. Many factors impact the feed intake of poultry birds and knowingly impact the nutritional well-being and efficiency of poultry production.

ASIA PACIFIC ANIMAL INTESTINAL HEALTH MARKET BY ADDITIVES

Probiotics, prebiotics, Immunostimulants, and photogenic are the additives in the animal intestinal health market. The prebiotics segment is likely to account for the majority of the market share. Prebiotics are non-digestible ingredients offered by host enzymes that improve the growth of indigenous gastrointestinal bacteria that encourage metabolic characteristics that are considered beneficial to the host, depending on the type of metabolite and antagonistic to the establishment of pathogens.

ASIA PACIFIC ANIMAL INTESTINAL HEALTH MARKET BY GEOGRAPHY

Geographically, the Asia Pacific animal intestinal health market is studied across the countries of India, China, Japan, and the Rest of APAC. China is leading the Asia Pacific animal intestinal health market. China accounted for the largest share of total beef, pork, and poultry meat consumption in the Asia Pacific region.

ASIA PACIFIC ANIMAL INTESTINAL HEALTH MARKET KEY PLAYERS

The key competitor of the market includes Unique Biotech, Calpis Co. Ltd, Kyoritsu Seiyako, Tianjin Ringpu, China Animal Husbandry, and Jinyu Bio-Technology, Bluestar Adisseo Co Ltd., among others.

The study analyzes the Asia Pacific animal intestinal health market based on type, source, livestock, additives, and geography. Dry and liquid are the types of the market. The dry segment accounted for the largest share in the market. Microbial and plant-based are the sources of the animal intestinal health market. The plant-based source is the fastest-growing segment of the market. The livestock of the market is poultry, ruminant, swine, and aquaculture. The poultry segment held a lion’s share in the market. Probiotics, prebiotics, immunostimulants, and photogenic are the additives in the animal intestinal health market. The prebiotics segment dominates the market. Geographically, the Asia Pacific animal intestinal health market is studied across the countries of India, China, Japan, and the Rest of APAC.

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  • The report offers to change market dynamics in the Asia Pacific animal health intestinal market industry, presenting historical, current, and projected market size in terms of value (USD Million)
  • The research study provides an in-depth analysis of the industry value chain focusing on the peer and parent markets of the Asia Pacific animal intestinal health market.
  • It presents a comprehensive assessment of geographical regions exhibiting promising growth, potential, and niche segments and a neutral perspective of the Asia Pacific animal intestinal health market performance
  • The report also offers strategic recommendations in key business segments based on the market estimations and competitive landscape, mapping the key common trends of the Asia pacific animal intestinal health market