The global swine feed market was worth US$ 119 Billion in 2019. Swine feed is made with natural corn, soybean and wheat-based ingredients. It is also fortified with amino acids, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals to meet the nutrient requirements of pigs. A variety of pellet and mash swine feeds are available in the market which are formulated to improve performance goals and herd health. Apart from this, several varieties of swine feed comprise of proteins that are made with all-natural plant sources and natural fungal-based enzymes which aid in the break-down of different components of the feed during digestion. In addition to this, manufacturers are regularly testing new ingredients and feed formulas to produce innovative and efficient swine feed variants. The rising demand for pig meat across the world, currently represents an important factor driving the sales of swine feed.
Global Swine Feed Market Drivers:
The increasing concerns regarding food safety have created a demand for high-quality swine feed to ensure meat safety. Another factor that is stimulating the growth of the swine feed market is the rising awareness about the importance of maintaining a healthy pig diet amongst farm owners. In accordance with this, they are shifting from regular swine feed to functional and premium variants that help in improving the immunity of the animals against enzootic diseases as well as reducing the risk of metabolic disorders, acidosis, injuries and infections. Furthermore, an increase in the demand for organic pig meat from consumers in the developed nations, along with the introduction of new animal rearing practices and maintenance of high farming standards, has created a positive outlook for the global swine feed market. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the global swine feed market to exhibit moderate growth during the next five years.
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