The market size of the Global Animal Feed Phytase Market in the year 2021 is valued at 524.71 million and is predicted to reach 881.30 million by the year 2030 at an 6.13% CAGR during the forecast period.
The phytase enzyme improves digestion and animal health while assisting livestock farmers in increasing phosphorus intake. Enough phosphorus intake in the diet promotes healthy reproduction in cattle, whereas phosphorus deficit raises metabolic issues. Due to rising domestic animal adoption, rising disposable income, and increasing commercial cow production, there is a significant increase in the need for animal feed phytase; thus, the market is expanding. Rising meat and dairy product consumption are anticipated to promote market growth. Furthermore, a significant increase in disposable incomes and a growing taste for nutrient-dense diets are expected to increase animal husbandry, fostering the expansion of the animal feed phytase market. In the upcoming years, the development of the animal feed phytase market is expected to be supported by growing awareness of fungus derived from POME (palm oil mill effluent). Furthermore, the animal feed phytase business is seeing increased product penetration thanks to intensive research and development efforts related to phytase enzymes.
However, a rise in the calcium-to-phosphorous ratio can reduce laying hen performance, which hinders product penetration since hens need to metabolize a lot of calcium to create their eggshells. But as people who own animals become more aware of how easily phytase is digested by cattle, together with improvements in phytase feed products, market participants will likely be better able to manage these issues in the future.
The animal feed phytase market is segmented on form, class, source and livestock. Based on form, the market is segmented into liquid and granules or powder. Based on class, the animal feed phytase market is segmented into 3-phytase, 6-phytase and others. Based on the source, the animal feed phytase market is segmented into plants and microorganisms. Based on the livestock, the animal feed phytase market is segmented into poultry (broiler, layer, turkey, others), swine (starter, grower, sow), cattle (dairy, calf, others), aquaculture (salmon, trout, shrimp, others) and others.
Based on form, the granules or powder segment is accounted as a major contributor to the animal feed phytase market.
Based on form, the market is segmented into liquid and granules or powder. The granules or powder category is anticipated to grow significantly over the forecast period because all mash feeds frequently use uncoated powder formulations. Pigs and poultry, in particular, benefit greatly from powder-feed phytases because they increase gut activity. These enzymes are also considered suitable for pelleting at temperatures up to 70°C.
The poultry segment witnessed growth at a rapid rate.
Based on the livestock, the animal feed phytase market is segmented into poultry (broiler, layer, turkey, others), swine (starter, grower, sow), cattle (dairy, calf, others), aquaculture (salmon, trout, shrimp, others) and others. The poultry category grabbed the highest revenue share, and it is anticipated that it will continue to hold that position during the anticipated time. The increase results from things like chicken and poultry being more susceptible to digestive issues. They typically struggle to digest between 20 and 25 per cent of the diet. As a result, feed enzymes like phytase are used in feeds to enhance the capture of minerals (such as zinc and calcium) and to aid in the breakdown of phytate and the release of phosphate content.
The North American animal feed phytase market holds a significant revenue share in the region.
The North American animal feed phytase market is expected to register the highest market share in revenue in the near future due to the growing demand for nutrient-rich protein-filled feed products in the area. The region's nations' expanding cattle populations promote market income growth. Governments in the area are expanding the number of cattle, growing the demand for phytase, a component in animal feed. Additionally, the Asia Pacific is anticipated to expand at a significant rate over the course of the forecast period. The local aquaculture industry is anticipated to benefit from the expanding processed and fast food industries and a shift in consumer tastes toward ready-to-eat foods, encouraging the growth of the animal feed phytase market.
Some major key players in the animal feed phytase market are AB Enzymes (Associated British Foods PLC), Alltech, BASF SE, Novozymes, Novus International, Adisseo, DuPont, and DSM.