European Non-Protein Nitrogen Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.3% and reach USD 0.26 billion in 2026 from USD 0.22 billion in 2021. The Non-Protein Nitrogen market is expected to show evident potential in the forecasting period. The market continues to build up momentum with advancement in technology around the economies emerging across the world.
Non-Protein Nitrogen is a vast term in animal nutrition which is used to refer to a bunch of components such as urea, ammonia and others which are not actually proteins but can be converted into one by action of microbes in ruminant stomach.
European Non-Protein Nitrogen Market Drivers:
The rising demand for animal products has been fuelling the growth of non-protein nitrogen market in recent years. Further, other factors driving the market growth include, growth in dairy industry, increase in meat consumption, rise in cattle population, ease of availability, cost efficiency, R&D in animal feed industry. Besides these, there are factors holding the market back, like stringent government regulations, toxicity in ruminants, causes of non-protein nitrogen toxicity.
European Non-Protein Nitrogen Market – By Type:
European Non-Protein Nitrogen Market – By Form:
European Non-Protein Nitrogen Market – By Livestock:
The cattle segment exhibits the highest market share in livestock segmentation due to rise in cattle meat production over the years and is thud expected to grow even further.
On the basis of geography, the Europe market is analysed under various regions namely U.K, Germany, Spain, Italy and France.
Some of the major competitors in the Non-Protein Nitrogen market are Archer Daniels Midland Company, Borealis AG, Skw Stickstoffwerke Piesteritz GmbH, Incitec Pivot Limited, Alltech Inc., The Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc., Yara International ASA, Petróleo Brasileiro S.A., Fertiberia SA, Antonio Tarazona SL.
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