The poultry industry in Australia is focused on fulfilling domestic demand. The quarantine constraints on the imports of poultry meat and eggs reduces the competitive pressure of international players on the local farmers. The egg industry is largely fragmented whereas the chicken meat sector is consolidated with few players accounting for more than 80% of the market share. The consumption of both meat and eggs has been witnessing a steady rise y-o-y. Integrated systems, Government support and steadily rising consumer demand is expected to maintain a healthy growth rate of the poultry industry, maintain a parallel consumption growth rate for poultry feed.
The Australian beef industry relies largely on pasture-based production systems. The beef production levels have gradually increased despite comparatively static cattle numbers due to improved production systems. The decrease in domestic per capita consumption has led to shift in focus towards export markets. Around 65% of the beef produced is exported. With the growing importance to exports, the intensive production systems relying on compound feed are replacing the pasture fed production systems. Industrialized production system is expected to maintain a steady demand for ruminant feed.
The pig industry has transitioned from being an allied sector of dairy farms to a large-scale, highly productive industrialized sector. The industry has been facing competition from low cost imported pig meat since last 2 decades. The competitive pressure has ensued structural changes in the industry such as increased size of the operations to capture economies of scale and focusing on specialized markets. As a result, the industry has few very large-scale operations at one end and also a collection of smaller operations catering the rural area. Adoption of pig welfare standards and promotion of Australian pork to reduce imports has led to increased consumption of pork feed. The pressure to increase output will maintain a steady demand for compound feed for the coming years.
Aquaculture is the fastest growing primary industry in Australia. The industry is spread throughout Australia and has become an important sector for economic development. The demand for seafood has been rising exponentially in Australia as well as internationally. The Australian aquaculture industry is focused on meeting domestic demand and mainly catering to the exports market. The objective of the industry is to position the locally produced aquaculture products as safe, sustainable and high quality products, to gain competitive advantage in the exports market. The strong growth in the aquaculture industry is expected to be reflected in the Aquafeed industry which is projected to grow at the CAGR of 1.9% during the forecast period.
- Market trends since 2013 and five year forecasts of market growth
- Detailed analysis of the micro and macro elements influencing demand trends
- Identifying opportunity spaces across segments and countries
- Supply & demand side trend and analysis
- Price trend analysis, investment prospects and competition pattern
- Insights on growth potential of the market
- Detailed analysis of major producers covering financial investments & strategies adopted
- Competitive landscape of the industry
1.1 Research Methodology
1.2 Scope of the Study
2.1 Market Summary By Animal Type
2.2 Market Summary By Additives Type
2.3 Business Trends Summary
3. Industry Dynamics
3.1.1 Emphasis on Industrialization of livestock industry in Asia and South America
3.1.2 Increased consumption of Livestock Products
3.1.3 Growth in Aquaculture Industries
3.1.4 Increased Weightage on safety of meat and milk products
3.2.1 Use of raw materials-Feed vs fuel debate
3.2.2 Anti-Livestock Global Narrative
3.2.3 Growing Consumption of plant based proteins
3.2.4 Environmental concern
3.3.1 Organic Feed
3.3.2 Increasing awareness in Africa
3.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
3.4.1 Bargaining power of Suppliers
3.4.2 Bargaining power of Buyers
3.4.3 Degree of Competition
3.4.4 Threat of Substitution
3.4.5 Threat of new entrants
3.5 Future Trends in Compound Feed Industry
3.6 Value Chain Analysis
3.7 Industry Policies & Regulations
3.8 Market Innovations
4. Market Size and Forecast
4.1 Market Share, Animal Type
4.2 Market Share, Ingredients
4.2.2 Cereals by-Product
4.2.3 Oilseeds & Derivatives
4.2.4 Fats & Oils
4.3 Market Share, Additives Type
4.3.3 Amino Acids
4.3.7 Pellet Binders
5. Competitive Analysis
5.1 Market Share Analysis
5.2 Growth Strategies of leading players
5.3 Investment and Development Prospects
5.3.1 Investment in past five years
5.3.2 Investment Opportunities
5.4 Competition Pattern
5.4.1 Concentration Ratio
5.4.2 Industry Competition
5.4.3 Product Competition
5.5 Price Trend Analysis
5.5.1 Product Classifications and Their Prices
5.5.2 Factors Influencing Prices
6. Company Profiles
6.3 CP Foods
6.4 DaChan Group (Asia) Ltd.
6.5 De Heus Voeders B.V.
6.6 DeKalb Feeds
6.7 For Farmers B.V.
6.8 Haid Group
6.9 JA Zen-Noh
6.10 Kent Feeds
6.11 New Hope Liuhe
6.12 Nutreco N.V.
6.13 Land O Lakes
6.14 Tangrenshen Group (TRS)
6.15 Wen's Food Group
- CP Foods
- DaChan Group
- De Heus Voeders B.V.
- DeKalb Feeds
- For Farmers B.V.
- Haid Group
- JA Zen-Noh
- Kent Feeds
- Land O Lakes
- New Hope Liuhe
- Nutreco N.V.
- Tangrenshen Group (TRS)
- Wen's Food Group