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Cattle feed comprises of forage such as grass, legumes, silage which is used mainly as dairy cattle feed along with grain, soy and other ingredients which increases energy density of diet. Dairy cattle raised on grass-fed or pasture-raised are also called as pasture-raised dairy. Dairy cattle feed contains corn-fed, soy feed, wheat, oil seeds, rice bran etc. Dairy cattle feed are incorporated with additives to improve the production of milk. Dairy cattle feed contains carbohydrates, fats, proteins, minerals, vitamins etc. which are helpful for milking animals. Dairy cattle feeds are mainly used in Cattle Farms, Poultry Farms and Animal Feeding units. Wheat is an important ingredient in dairy cattle feed as it is a source of nutrient for maintaining proper digestion of dairy cattle’s. White and yellow corns are highly valued energy source of energy in dairy cattle.
Dairy cattle feed market is segmented on the basis of feed ingredients as corn, wheat, soya bean, rice bran, oat hulls and other grains etc. Wheat is mainly used in dairy cattle feed for easy digestion of feeds. Corn available in various forms is usually used in dairy cattle feed as a source of energy. Rice bran and oat hulls are also important feed for dairy cattle as it provides nutritional values to dairy cattle’s and helps them providing energy.
Dairy cattle feed market is segmented on the basis of feed additives such as vitamins, trace minerals, amino acids, antibiotics, enzymes, acidifiers, antioxidants, macro-minerals etc. macro-minerals such as chloride, magnesium sodium, potassium and sulfur are used in dairy cattle feed, deficiency of these minerals may lead to reduction in milk production. Trace minerals such as selenium, copper, manganese, zinc, Iron, Iodine are important in dairy cattle feed, deficiency of these trace elements may lead to suppress immune function, poor growth and skeletal deformities in newborn cattle. Vitamin contents such as vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin K and vitamin B in dairy cattle feed are source of nutritional assessment, immune cell functions and others.
Dairy cattle feed market is further segmented on the basis of regions as North America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe. , Latin America, Asia Pacific Excluding Japan, Japan, and Middle East and Africa.
Market Regional Outlook:
On the basis of regions, the Dairy cattle feed market has been segmented into North America, Latin America, Western and Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific region, Japan, Middle East and Africa. Dairy cattle feed market has seen increasing in Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Uruguay and countries of the EU and Eastern Europe. Asia Pacific consumes maximum milk products globally which in turn helps growth dairy cattle feed market in this region. Eastern Europe, Latin America and many developing countries are getting into dairy cattle feed market as a result of increasing demand of dairy cattle feed in global market.
Market Drivers and Trends:
Dairy cattle feed is trending as a result of increasing global demand of milk products. Cattle feed if provided in optimum level gives good production of milk as a result of this global demand of nutrition rice dairy cattle feed is increasing. Cost of metabolic diseases is increasing in dairy cattle which is one of the reason for driving global demand of dairy cattle feed. Increasing awareness of using natural cattle feed for dairy cattle is driving market for natural dairy cattle feed in order to increase the production milk. Demand for milk products such as milk chocolate, milk powders, yogurts and others is growing its global market which in turn affecting dairy cattle feed market and hence growing global dairy cattle feed market.
Dairy cattle feed Market Key Players:
Some of the key players in the dairy cattle feed market include Cargill, Inc., Amul, Kent Nutrition Group, Hi-Pro Feeds LP, Purina Animal Nutrition LLC, Kapila Krishi Udyog Limited, Agro Feed Solutions, etc. are among these.
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