The Europe Direct fed Microbials Market was worth USD 249.45 million in 2021 and estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 7.5%, to reach USD 359.94 million by 2026. Probiotics is another term for this class of feed additives. Probiotics or DFM have been appeared to enhance animal performance in controlled studies.
Europe Direct Fed Microbials Market Drivers:
The market is driven by factors such as increase in awareness about sustain quality and safety, rising demand for fabricated animal nourish, growth in demand for animal protein, changes in farming practices and technology, and replacing anti-toxin growth promoters (AGPs) with direct-fed microbials. The continuous rise in the population has also resulted in an increase in the demand for food and the necessity for direct-fed microbials, to increase meat and milk production in a sustainable manner. A decline in the usage of anti-infection growth promoters across the globe is driving the sales of direct-fed microbials. Factors such as, high cost of direct-feed microbials and low shelf life are prompting an ascent in the cost of production and limiting the development of the market.
Europe Direct Fed Microbials Market – By Type:
Lactic Acid Bacteria
Europe Direct Fed Microbials Market – By Livestock:
Europe Direct Fed Microbials Market – By Form:
On the basis of geography, the Europe market is analysed under various regions namely U.K, Spain, Germany, Italy and France. Europe represented the second-biggest market of the overall industry in 2015. The utilization of direct-fed microbials in animal feed is relied upon to increase at a faster pace in Europe and the Asia-Pacific regions because of the rising demand.
Key players in the market are Archer Daniels Midland Company, E.I. Dupont De Nemours and Company, Koninklijke DSM N.V., Novozymes, Chr. Hansen Holding A/S, Kemin Industries, Inc., Biomin Holding GmbH, Lallemand, Inc., Novus International, Inc., Bio-Vet.
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