The Latin America market, with a growth rate of almost XX%, is expected to reach USD XX billion in 2022, from USD 70.1 billion as per the records of 2016. The total production in 2016 was around 157.4 million tons, which is around 15% of the global compound feed volume.
LATIN AMERICA COMPOUND FEED MAKET: REGIONAL MAPPING
In 2016, Brazil was the largest market and the volume of animal compound feed produced was around 68.8 million tons. Mexico witnessed the highest growth in tonnage, and now accounts for almost 20% of the Latin America feed volume. However, Mexico feed production value is still half than that of Brazil. The feed prices are 20% higher for swine and 40% higher in Brazil, when compared to the United States. However, in March 2017, the feed prices decelerated. This can be attributed to the average cost of production falling for swine and poultry by 4.3% and 4.4%, respectively. Mexico recorded an increase in ruminant feed production in 2016. The increased consumption of broiler meat and eggs in Columbia has accelerated the poultry feed compound market in the country.
NEW OPPORTUNITIES IN THE FORM OF ORGANIC FEED AND MEALWORM FEED
Increasing consumption of meat and rising consumer awareness, with regards to the benefits of organic food, have increased the demand for organic feed. While the demand for organic feed is growing, there are not enough organic crops to meet this demand growth. Conventional feed, a minute proportion of vitamins, hormones, and other additives along with ingredients, increases the yield and minimizes the livestock production cost. However, the increasing quality-conscious consumers are demanding environmentally safe and chemical residue-free meat & products, milk & products. The market for organic feed is expected to grow, with the continuous expansion of organic meat and poultry market.
A group of scientists and researchers, in Brazil, examined the use of mealworms for diets of the farmed fish and shrimp, as a substitute for fishmeal protein. Growth in the fish and shrimp farming has pressurized the supply of fishmeal, rendering it as an expensive ingredient. Hence, a considerable interest has been generated, among producers, to find an alternative dietary protein that could be used in aquaculture.
NOTABLE MARKET DEVELOPMENTS
- Mexico, a potential source of food and feed for North American Market, will be affected by the new US trade policies.
- Barentz, a Dutch company, acquired the majority of share of Globe Ingredients, an international raw material distributor and trader based in Columbia, Holland, and other countries
- In Brazil, the BRF poultry plant, which was closed during the weak flesh investigation, has now resumed operations
Our Latin America Compound Feed Market Report Covers:
- Market trends & dynamics
- Latest News & developments
- Geographical insights
- Porter’s five force analysis
- Investment scope
- Deep-dive insights
WHY BUY THIS REPORT?
- How are the compound feed prices fluctuating in the Latin America?
- Which countries are the major producers of compound feed in Latin America and what are their statistics?
- What are the prospects for organic feed in Latin America?
- What do research about using mealworms in Aqua feed found? Can they be used as an alternate source of protein?
- How will the new trade policies of the United States affect the Mexican feed industry?
1.2. Definition of the market
2. KEY FINDINGS OF THE STUDY
3. SOUTH AMERICAN COMPOUND FEED MARKET - OVERVIEW
4. MARKET ANALYSIS
4.1. Livestock industry trend
4.2. Meat industry trend
4.2.1. Bovine meat
4.2.2. Pig meat
4.2.3. Poultry meat
4.3. Price Trend Analysis
4.4. Threshold Matters of the Industry
4.4.1. Use of Antibiotics
4.5. Factors Affecting the Global Market
18.104.22.168. Growing demand for meat and aquaculture products
22.214.171.124. Increased awareness regarding quality meat and milk products
126.96.36.199. Increased industrial livestock production
188.8.131.52. Rising cost of raw materials
184.108.40.206. Government regulations
220.127.116.11. Organic feed
4.6. Porter's Analysis
4.6.1. Bargaining Power of Buyers
4.6.2. Bargaining Power of Suppliers
4.6.3. Degree of Competition
4.6.4. Threat of New Entrants
4.6.5. Threat of Substitutes
4.7. Global Regulatory Environment - Impact Analysis
4.7.1. North America
4.8. Value Chain Analysis
5. SOUTH AMERICA’S SHARE IN THE GLOBAL COMPOUND FEED MARKET
6. MARKET SEGMENTATION
6.1. By Ingredients
6.1.2. Cereal by-products
6.1.3. Oilseed meals
6.2. By Supplements
6.2.2. Amino Acids
6.2.7. Probiotics & Prebiotics
6.3. By Animals
6.3.1. Ruminant feed
6.3.2. Swine feed
6.3.3. Poultry feed
6.3.4. Fish feed
6.3.5. Other animals
7. COUNTRY LEVEL ANALYSIS (by ingredients, supplements & animal type)
7.3. Rest of South America
8. THE FUTURE OF THE INDUSTRY - EXPERT VIEW
9. PROFILES OF KEY PLAYERS - GLOBAL (Overview, Products & Services, Key Strategies and Financials)
9.1. Charoen Pokphand (Thailand)
9.2. Cargill Inc.(U.S.)
9.3. Land O Lakes Purina (U.S.)
9.4. Alltech Inc. (U.S.)
9.5. Archer Daniels Midland (U.S.)
9.6. New Hope Group (China)
9.7. Wen’s Group (China)
9.8. ForFarmers (The Netherlands)
9.9. Miratorg Agribusiness Holding (Russia)
9.10. Kyodo Shiryo Company (Japan)
9.11. Sodrugestvo Group (Russia)
9.12. DeKalb Feeds (U.S.)
9.13. De Heus (The Netherlands)
9.14. Ballance Agri-Nutrients (New Zealand)
9.15. Heiskell & Co. (U.S.)
9.16. Kent Feeds (U.S.)
9.17. Weston Milling Animal Nutrition (Australia)
9.18. Zheng DA International Group (China)
9.19. Ewos Group (Norway)
9.20. Nutreco NV (The Netherlands)
10. LIST OF SOUTH AMERICA-BASED FEED COMPANIES