Veterinary Health Markets

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Date: 1-Jun-2014
No. of pages: 429

Veterinary health products, including veterinary pharmaceuticals, biologicals and medicated feed additives (MFAs), have transformed the health and welfare of livestock and companion animals worldwide. The range and complexity of animal health products continues to expand, encompassing anti-infectives, parasite controls, reproductive aids, metabolic drugs, feed additives, antibiotics, vaccines, topical solutions and imaging diagnostics as well as novel treatments for chronic conditions such as osteoarthritis, cardiovascular disease and even cancer. This TriMark Publications report provides a detailed analysis of the global veterinary health market, including common diseases in cattle, pigs, poultry, dogs, cats and horses; veterinary non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs); antibiotics; veterinary antifungal drugs; veterinary anthelmintics (parasiticides); veterinary biologics (vaccines); veterinary diagnostics; and animal feed additives. This report also provides a thorough analysis of the companies known to be marketing, manufacturing or developing veterinary health products as well as detailed tables and figures covering veterinary health markets around the globe.

Veterinary Health Markets

Table of Contents

1. Overview 19
1.1 Scope of this Report 19
1.2 Methodology 20
1.3 Executive Summary 21
1.4 Animal Health Industry Facts at a Glance 24

2. Animal Diseases: An Overview 25
2.1 Diseases from Animals to Human Beings 25
2.2 Common Diseases in Cattle 25
2.3 Common Diseases in Pigs    27
2.4 Common Diseases in Poultry 29
2.5 Common Diseases in Pet Dogs 31
2.6 Common Diseases in Cats     32
2.6.1 Heart Diseases in Cats and Dogs 33
2.6.2 Immunization for Companion Animals 34
2.6.3 Ticks in Companion Animals 34
2.6.4 Fleas in Companion Animals 34
2.6.5 Worms in Companion Animals 34
2.6.6 Kidney Insufficiency in Companion Animals 35
2.6.7 Arthritis in Companion Animals 35
2.6.8 Pet Diabetes 35
2.6.9 Cancer and Cancer Therapy in Companion Animals 36
2.6.9.1 Types of Cancer Treatments 37
2.7 Common Diseases in Horses 38
2.7.1 Cushing’s Disease 38
2.7.2 Tetanus 38
2.7.3 Equine Encephalitis 39
2.7.4 West Nile Virus Diseases Caused by Ticks 39
2.7.5 Lyme Disease Caused by Ticks 39

3. Veterinary Medicines: An Overview 40
3.1 Veterinary Pharmaceuticals 40
3.2 Veterinary Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs)  40
3.3 Antibiotics 41
3.4 Veterinary Antifungal Drugs 41
3.5 Veterinary Anthelmintics (Parasiticides) 41
3.5.1 Internal Parasites and Parasiticides    42
3.5.2 Available Parasiticides (Dewormers) for Cattle 42
3.5.3 Deworming in Horses 43
3.5.4 Common Internal Parasites in Horses 45
3.5.5 Equine Deworming Products 45
3.5.6 Classes of Dewormers Used by U.S. Horse Owners 45
3.5.7 Purchase of Dewormers by the U.S. Horse Owners 46
3.5.8 Sources of Horse Health Information for the U.S. Horse Owners 47
3.5.9 Equine Deworming Programs 47
3.5.10 Drugs for Deworming in Horses 48
3.5.10.1 Benzimidazoles 49
3.5.10.2 Tetrahydropyrimidines 49
3.5.10.3 Heterocyclic Compounds 49
3.5.10.4 Macrocyclic Lactones 50
3.5.10.5 Isoquinoline-Pyrazines 50
3.5.11 Deworming for Mature Horses 50
3.5.12 Target Parasites in Horse Deworming 50
3.5.12.1 Tape Worm 50
3.5.12.2 Bots 51
3.5.12.3 Large Strongyles  51
3.5.12.4 Small Strongyles    51
3.6 Veterinary Biologics 53
3.6.1 Types of Veterinary Biologics 53
3.6.2 Status of Veterinary Vaccines 53
3.6.2.1 Veterinary Viral Vaccines  54
3.6.2.2 Conventional Live and Inactivated Viral Vaccines 55
3.6.2.3 DIVA Vaccines 56
3.6.2.4 Molecularly-Defined Subunit Vaccines 56
3.6.2.5 Genetically-Engineered Viral Vaccines 56
3.6.2.6 Live Viral Vector Vaccines 56
3.6.2.7 DNA Vaccines 56
3.6.2.8 Conventional Live Vaccines 57
3.6.2.9 Veterinary Bacterial Vaccines 57
3.6.2.10 Gene-Deleted Vaccines 60
3.6.2.11 Subunit Vaccines 61
3.6.2.12 Vaccines Against Zoonotic Bacteria 61
3.6.2.13 Veterinary Parasitic Vaccines 61
3.6.3 Animal Vaccines: Development, Registration and Production 61
3.6.3.1 Research and Innovation 62
3.6.3.2 Vaccine Types 64
3.6.3.3 Vaccine Development 64
3.6.3.4 Vaccine Registration 65
3.6.3.5 Vaccine Production 65
3.6.3.6 Adenoviral Vectors as Veterinary Vaccines 65
3.6.3.7 Live Recombinant Vaccines 65
3.6.4 Vaccinations for Swine Herds 66
3.6.5 Equine Vaccinations 67
3.6.6 Canine Vaccination 68
3.6.6.1 Core Canine Vaccines 68
3.6.6.2 Non-Core Canine Vaccines 69
3.6.7 Feline Vaccines 69
3.7  Other Veterinary Drugs 70
3.7.1 Antivirals 70
3.8 Veterinary Diagnostics 71
3.8.1 Immunoassays 72
3.8.2 Competitive Immunoassays 72
3.8.3 Sandwich Immunoassays 73
3.8.4 Animal-Site Rapid Immunoassays 73
3.8.5 Nucleic Acid Testing 73
3.8.6 Market Drivers 73
3.8.7 New Products in Veterinary Diagnostics 75
3.9 Animal Feed Additives 76
3.9.1 Types of Feed Additives 76
3.9.2 Enzymes 77
3.9.2.1 Enzymes for Breaking down Carbohydrates    77
3.9.2.2 Enzymes for Reducing the Phosphorus Burden of the Environment 78
3.9.3 Probiotics 78
3.9.4 Vitamins and Minerals 78
3.9.5 Pigments 79
3.9.6 Antibiotics 80
3.9.7 Preservatives 81
3.9.8 Amino Acids 81
3.9.9 Buffers    81
3.9.10 Magnesium Oxide 82
3.9.11 Niacin 82
3.9.12 Rumen-Protected Choline    82
3.9.13 Methionine Hydroxy Analog (MHA) 82
3.9.14 Ionophores 82
3.9.15 Yeast Products 83
3.9.16 Yucca Extract 83
3.9.17 Biotin 83
3.9.18 Zinc Methionine    83
3.9.19 Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids    83
3.9.20 Antioxidants 84

4. Global Livestock Production and Consumption: An Overview  85
4.1 Livestock Production for a Growing World Population 85
4.2 Cattle Population in Selected Countries 86
4.2.1 Exports and Imports of Beef and Veal 88
4.2.2 Revised Forecast for Beef and Veal in 2014 89
4.2.3 Beef Consumption in Selected Countries 90
4.3 Swine Population in Selected Countries 90
4.3.1 Higher Global Production of Pork 92
4.3.2 World Imports and Exports of Pork    94
4.3.3 Pork Consumption in Selected Countries 95
4.4 Expanding Global Broiler Meat Production 96
4.4.1 International Exports and Imports of Broiler Meat 96
4.5 Turkey Meat Production and Consumption 98
4.6 North American Cattle Inventory 98
4.6.1 U.S. Production of Livestock 99
4.6.2 U.S. Production of Cattle and Calf 100
4.6.3 U.S. Meat Consumption 101
4.6.4 Beef Consumption in the U.S. 102
4.6.5 U.S. Beef Export    103
4.6.6  U.S. Pork Export and Import 103
4.6.7 Canadian Livestock and Meat Industry 105
4.7 Brazilian Meat Export 105
4.7.1 Meat Production in Brazil    106
4.7.2 Chicken Meat Export from Brazil 107
4.7.3 Brazilian Beef Exports 107
4.8 Pig Production in the U.K.   108
4.9 Pig Production and Exports for Denmark 109
4.10 Japanese Imports of Pork  109

5. Companion Animals: An Overview   111
5.1 The Power of Pets 111
5.2 Pets as Companions 111
5.3 Pets as Helpers 111
5.4 Pets as Social Enablers 111
5.5 Pets and the Elderly 112
5.6 Pets, Children, Social Development and Family Life 112
5.7 Global Population of Companion Animals 112
5.7.1 Global Diet Trends for Dogs 112
5.7.2 Global Diet Trends for Cats 113
5.8 Global Pet Ownership 113
5.9 U.S. Pet Population 114
5.9.1 Pet Ownership in the U.S.   115
5.9.2 Employment in Pet Health Sector in the U.S.   116
5.9.3 Reasons for Pet Ownership in the U.S. 117
5.9.4 Trends in U.S. Pet Industry 117
5.9.5 Pet Care Market in the U.S. 120
5.10 U.S. Horse Industry 120
5.10.1 Income Level of Families with Horses 122
5.10.2 Use of Horses in the U.S. 122
5.10.3 Expenditure on Horses in the U.S. 124
5.10.4 Vaccination for Horses 125
5.10.5 Most Common Horse Health Issues    126
5.10.6 Equine Herpes Virus Type I (EHV-1) in the U.S. 127
5.10.7 Health Issues of Friesian Horses in the U.S. 127
5.10.8 Most Common Health Issues in Friesian Horses 127
5.10.9 Colic Frequency in USDA’s General Equine Population and Friesian Horses 130
5.10.10 Comparison in the Frequency of Reproductive Ailments in Friesian Horses 131
5.10.11 Breakdown of Reproductive Ailments in Friesian Horses 131
5.10.12 Skin Issues in Friesian Horses 132
5.11 Canadian Equine Industry 132
5.11.1 Horses in Canada in 2010 133
5.11.2 Primary Uses of Horses in Canada 134
5.11.3 Cost of Horse Ownership in Canada 134
5.11.4 Economic Contributions from Horses in Canada 135
5.12 European Equine Industry    136
5.12.1 Pet Population Trends in the U.K. 137
5.12.2 Pet Ownership Trends in the U.K. 138
5.12.3 Pets in Germany 139
5.12.3.1 German Consumer Trends 140
5.12.3.2 Pet Food Product Developments in Germany 143
5.12.4 Pets in Switzerland 146
5.12.5 Pets in Canada 151
5.12.6 Pets in Australia 156
5.12.6.1 Pet Population Trends in Australia 156
5.12.6.2 Pet Consumer Expenditure in Australia 157
5.12.6.3 Australian Exports of Pets and Pet-related Products 160
5.13 Growing Pet Business Sector in Japan 162

6. Animal Health: Market Analysis 166
6.1 Role of Animal Health Industry 166
6.1.1 Declining Number and Increasing Size of Animal Farms 166
6.1.2 Surge for Organic Food 166
6.1.3 Scarcity of New Vaccines 166
6.1.4 Trends in Workforce 166
6.1.5 The Bright Future of Nutraceuticals and Vaccines 167
6.1.6 Use of Phytomedical Products and Metabolic Modifiers in Animal Health 167
6.1.7 Influence of Transgenic Technologies and Genomics in Animal Health Market 167
6.2 Evolution of Animal Health Market 167
6.2.1 Global Animal Health Market Projection 168
6.2.2 Global Market Trends in Animal Health 169
6.2.3 Global Animal Health Market by Product Group 170
6.2.4 Global Animal Health Market by Geography  171
6.2.5 Global Veterinary Market by Species 172
6.2.6  Top Players in Animal Health 173
6.2.6.1 Zoetis’ Animal Health Market Share by Species 175
6.2.6.2 Merck’s MSD Animal Health Market by Species 176
6.2.6.3 Merial’s Veterinary Business by Species 177
6.2.6.4 Bayer’s Animal Health Market Share by Species 177
6.2.6.5 Elanco’s Animal Health Business by Species 178
6.2.6.6 Novartis’ Animal Health Market Share by Species 179
6.3 Sub-Sectors of Animal Health Products 180
6.4 U.S. Veterinary Positions 181
6.5 U.S. Market for Veterinary Health 182
6.5.1 U.S. Veterinary Market for Food Animals 183
6.5.2 U.S. Veterinary Market for Companion Animals 184
6.5.3 Future of Animal Health Market in the U.S. 184
6.5.4 U.S. Veterinary Service Industry 185
6.6 Veterinary Market in Brazil 185
6.6.1 Brazilian Veterinary Market by Species 186
6.6.2 Brazilian Veterinary Market by Product 187
6.6.3 Sales of Animal Health Products in Brazil 188
6.6.4 Growth in Brazilian Animal Health market 188
6.6.5 Proportion of MNC and Local Animal Health Companies in Brazil 189
6.6.6 Growth Rate in Brazilian Animal Health Market 190
6.6.7 Competitors in the Brazilian Market 191
6.7 Veterinary Market in Mexico 191
6.8 Animal Health Products Market in Europe 192
6.8.1 Animal Health Market in U.K. 193
6.8.1.1 U.K. Sales of Veterinary Medicines by Legal Category 195
6.8.2 Veterinary Industry in Slovakia 195
6.8.2.1 Veterinary Market Demand in Slovakia and Import of Veterinary Vaccines 195
6.8.2.2 Slovak Exports of Veterinary Vaccines 196
6.9 China’s Booming Animal Health Domestic Market 197
6.9.1 Great Promise for Vaccines in China 198
6.10 Veterinary Market in India    199
6.10.1 Indian Veterinary Market Size 200
6.10.2 Indian Animal Health Pharmaceuticals Market 200
6.10.3 Indian Animal Health Market Share by Species 201
6.10.4 Animal Health Market in India by Product Type 202
6.10.5 Indian Market for Animal Feed Additives 203
6.11 Global Market for Veterinary Vaccines 204
6.11.1 Veterinary Vaccine Market by Geography 205
6.11.2 Global Veterinary Vaccine Market by Species 205
6.12 U.S. Veterinary Vaccine Market 206
6.12.1 U.S. Market for Veterinary Pharmaceuticals and Vaccines 207
6.12.2 U.S. Investment in Research and Development in Veterinary Health 207
6.13 Veterinary Market for Companion Animals    208
6.13.1 Big Pharma’s Interest in Companion Animals 208
6.14 U.S. Pet Care Market Trends 210
6.14.1 Pet Insurance in the U.S. 210
6.14.2 Common Pet Conditions Eligible for Insurance Claims 213
6.14.3 Generics in Pet Drug Market in the U.S. 214
6.15 Expenditure on Companion Animals in Australia 215
6.15.1 Veterinary Services for Pet Animals in Australia 216
6.15.2 Overview of the Australian Veterinary Industry 217
6.15.3 Manufacturing of Veterinary Products in Australia 218
6.16 Global Market for Animal Feed Additives 218
6.16.1 Major Components of Animal Feeds 220
6.16.2 Primary Customers of Animal Feed Additives 220
6.16.3 Market Drivers in Feed Additives   221
6.16.4 North American Market for Animal Feed Additives 221
6.16.5 European Market for Animal Feed Additives   222
6.16.6 Asian Market for Animal Feed Additives 223
6.16.6.1 Indian Market for Animal Feed Additives 223
6.17 Global Market for Antibiotics in Animal Feeds 224
6.17.1 U.S. Exports of Antibiotics for Feed Production 225
6.18 Exports of U.S. Micro-Ingredients and Supplements for Feed Additives  228
6.19 Global Market for Animal Feed Enzymes 228
6.19.1 Ruminant Products 229
6.19.2 U.S. Exports of Enzymes for Feed Production 229
6.20 Vitamins as Feed Additives 230
6.20.1 U.S. Exports of Vitamins for Feed   231
6.20.2 U.S. Exports of Vitamin C for Feed Production 232
6.20.3 U.S. Exports of Vitamin A for Feed Production 233
6.20.4 U.S. Exports of Vitamin E for Feed Production 234
6.21 U.S. Exports of Benzoic Acid for Feed Production 234
6.22 U.S. Exports of Yeast for Feed Production 235
6.23 Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles (DDGS) 236
6.24 Aminoacids in Animal Feeds 237
6.24.1 The Quality of Proteins Required for Animal Feeds 237
6.24.2 Global Market for Aminoacids Used in Animal Feeds  239
6.24.3 Global Production of Lysine 240
6.24.4 Methionine in Feed Additives 240
6.25 Poultry and Feed Additives 241
6.25.1 Industrialized Poultry Production and Feed Additives   243
6.25.2 Methionine Production 243
6.25.3 Robust Demand for Methionine 244
6.25.4 Demand for Liquid vs. Powder Methionine 245
6.25.5 Supply of Methionine 245
6.26 Canine and Feline Nutraceuticals 246
6.27 Equine Nutraceuticals 246
6.28 Sources of Nutraceuticals 247
6.29 U.S. Market for Pet Nutraceuticals 247

7. Company Profiles 250
7.1 Abaxis, Inc. 250
7.1.1 Selected Animal Health Products from Abaxis 250
7.1.2 VetScan Chemistry Profiles 251
7.2 Abbott Laboratories 253
7.2.1 Alpha TRAK Blood Glucose Monitoring System 253
7.2.2 CliniCare Canine/Feline 253
7.2.3 GLUture 253
7.2.4 IsoFlo 253
7.2.5 PropoFlo 254
7.2.6 PropoFlo 28 254
7.2.7 SevoFlo   254
7.3 Adiagene 254
7.4 Adisseo France SAS 255
7.5 Ameri-Pac Inc. 256
7.6 Aratana Therapeutics 256
7.7 Avian Biotech International 257
7.7.1 ABI’s DNA Sexing from Feathers 258
7.7.2 ABI’s Dot-Blot Sexing 258
7.8 BASF Aktiengesellschaft (BASF) 258
7.9 Bayer Healthcare AG 259
7.10 Biobest Laboratories Ltd.    262
7.11 BioPharma Products, LLC. 263
7.12 BioVet, Inc. 263
7.13 BioZyme, Inc 264
7.14 Boehringer Ingelheim Corp. 264
7.15 CEVA Santé Animale 264
7.16 CJ Corporation 266
7.17 Conklin Company Inc. 266
7.18 Dabaco Viet Nam Corporation 266
7.19 Dechra Pharmaceuticals PLC 267
7.20 DuPont Qualicon    267
7.21 ECO Animal Health Group 268
7.22 Elanco Animal Health, Inc. 268
7.23 Eurofins Genomics 269
7.24 Gene Check, Inc.   270
7.25 Heska Corporation 270
7.26 Huvepharma 271
7.27 Idexx Laboratories, Inc. 271
7.28 IWAKI & Co., Ltd. 274
7.29 Laboklin 274
7.30 Likarda, LLC 274
7.31 Lohmann Animal Health International, Inc. 275
7.32 Medika d.d. 275
7.33 Med-Pharmex, Inc 275
7.34 Merck & Co., Inc. 276
7.35 Merial 287
7.36 MetaMorphix, Inc. 288
7.37 Microbix Biosystems, Inc. 289
7.38 Momina krepost AD Veliko Tarnovo 289
7.39 Mosaic Company 289
7.40 Neogen Corporation 290
7.41 Nika Biochemicals 292
7.42 Norbrook Laboratories Ltd. 292
7.43 Novartis Animal Health 293
7.44 Novus International, Inc. 294
7.45 OptiGen  300
7.46 Orion Corporation 302
7.47 Ortho-Equine 302
7.48 Parnell 303
7.49 PETCO Animal Supplies, Inc. 303
7.50 PetSmart, Inc. 303
7.51 Phibro Animal Health Corporation (PAHC) 304
7.52 Phylaxia 1912 Holding NyRt 304
7.53 Piedmont Pharmaceuticals, LLC 304
7.54 Prionics AG 305
7.55 Randox Laboratories Ltd. 305
7.56 Sequent Scientific Limited    305
7.57 SmartVet 306
7.58 Skystar Bio-Pharmaceutical Company 306
7.59 The Arab Pesticides and Veterinary Drugs Mfg. Co. 306
7.60 VCA Antech, Inc. 306
7.61 Velefarm ad Beograd 308
7.62 Veterinarski Zavod Subotica ad Subotica 308
7.63 Vétoquinol 308
7.64 Vet-Stem 308
7.65 VGX Animal Health 309
7.66 Vical, Inc. 309
7.67 Virbac SA 309
7.68 Woogene B&G Co., Ltd. 310
7.69 Zoetis, Inc. 310

Appendix 1: U.S. Exports of Animal Feed 312
Appendix 1.1: Feed Products: An Overview 312
Appendix 1.1.1: Coarse Grains: Global and Domestic Production, and U.S. Export Prospects 312
Appendix 1.1.2: Wheat: Global and Domestic Production, and U.S. Export Prospects 312
Appendix 1.1.3: Oilseeds: Global and Domestic Production, and U.S. Export Prospects 313
Appendix 1.1.4: Fish Meal  314
Appendix 1.1.5: Meat and Bone Meal 315
Appendix 1.2: Compound Feed 316
Appendix 1.2.1: U.S. Exports of Complete Feed 316
Appendix 1.3: World Feed Crop Consumption 317
Appendix 1.3.1: World Consumption of Soybean Meal 317
Appendix 1.3.2: Global Feed Consumption of Corn 318
Appendix 1.3.3: Global Feed Consumption of Barley 319
Appendix 1.3.4: Global Feed Consumption of Fish Meal 319
Appendix 1.4: Tariff Matrixes for World Regions 320
Appendix 1.5: U.S. Trade Flow by Feed Ingredient and Region 323
Appendix 1.6: Animal Feed Consumption and Production in Caribbean and Central America 325
Appendix 1.6.1: Net Surplus/Deficit of Feed and Feed Ingredients 327
Appendix 1.6.2: Market Drivers 327
Appendix 1.6.3: Structure and Trends within the Industry 327
Appendix 1.6.4: Opportunities and Barriers 328
Appendix 1.7: Animal Feed Production and Consumption in China 328
Appendix 1.7.1: Net Surplus/Deficit of Feed Ingredients in China 328
Appendix 1.7.2: Barley Feed Production and Consumption in China 330
Appendix 1.7.3: Fish Meal Production and Consumption in China 331
Appendix 1.7.4: Opportunities in China for Animal Feeds 332
Appendix 1.7.5: Likely Market Drivers in China 332
Appendix 1.7.6: Structure and Trends in Chinese Animal Feed Industry 333
Appendix 1.7.7: Key Ingredients in Chinese Animal Feeds 333
Appendix 1.7.8: Opportunities vs. Potential Barriers in China 333
Appendix 1.8: Feed Production and Consumption in East Asia 334
Appendix 1.8.1: Net Surplus/Deficit of Feed and Feed Ingredients in East Asia 337
Appendix 1.8.2: Likely Drivers 337
Appendix 1.8.3: Structure and Trends of the Market 338
Appendix 1.8.4: Key Ingredients in East Asian Feeds 338
Appendix 1.8.5: Opportunities vs. Potential Barriers 338
Appendix 1.8.6: Niche Product Opportunities in East Asia 339
Appendix 1.9: Animal Feed Production and Consumption in Europe 339
Appendix 1.9.1: Net Surplus/Deficit of Feed and Feed Ingredients in Europe 340
Appendix 1.9.2: Origination Markets for E.U. 342
Appendix 1.9.3: Likely Market Drivers in Europe 342
Appendix 1.9.4: Structure and Trends in European Animal Feed Industry 343
Appendix 1.9.5: Key ingredients in European Animal Feeds 343
Appendix 1.9.6: Opportunities in Europe 344
Appendix 1.10: Animal Feed Production and Consumption in FSU (Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine) 344
Appendix 1.10.1: Likely Drivers of FSU Market 345
Appendix 1.10.2: Structure and Trends of Animal Feed Industry in FSU 345
Appendix 1.10.3: Key Ingredients in Feeds in FSU 346
Appendix 1.10.4: Opportunities and Barriers in FSU’s Market 346
Appendix 1.11: Animal Feed Production and Consumption in Middle East 347
Appendix 1.11.1: Net Surplus/Deficit 348
Appendix 1.11.2: Key Drivers in the Middle East 350
Appendix 1.11.3: Structure and Trends in the Animal Feed Industry 350
Appendix 1.11.4: Key Ingredients Used 351
Appendix 1.11.5: Opportunities and Barriers 352
Appendix 1.11.6: Opportunities for Niche Products 352
Appendix 1.12: Animal Feed Production and Consumption in North Africa (Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia) 352
Appendix 1.12.1: Net Surplus/Deficit of Feed and Feed Ingredients in North Africa 353
Appendix 1.12.2: Origination Markets for North Africa 355
Appendix 1.12.3: Likely Drivers in North African Market 355
Appendix 1.12.4: Structure and Trends in North African Animal Feed Industry 355
Appendix 1.12.5: Key Ingredients in North African Animal Feeds 356
Appendix 1.12.6: Opportunities and Potential Barriers 356
Appendix 1.12.7: Opportunities for Niche Products in North Africa 357
Appendix 1.13: North American (Canada and Mexico) Production and Consumption of Animal Feeds 357
Appendix 1.13.1: Net Surplus/Deficit of Feed and Feed Ingredients in North America 357
Appendix 1.13.2: Principal Animal Feed Markets for Canada and Mexico 359
Appendix 1.13.3: Likely Drivers of North American Market 361
Appendix 1.13.4: Structure and Trends in North American Animal Feed Industry 361
Appendix 1.13.5: Ingredients in North American Animal Feeds 361
Appendix 1.13.6: Opportunities and Potential Barriers 362
Appendix 1.13.7: Opportunities for Niche Products in North America 362
Appendix 1.14: Animal Feed Production and Consumption in Oceania (Australia and New Zealand) 363
Appendix 1.14.1: Net Surplus/Deficit of Feed and Feed Ingredients in Oceania 363
Appendix 1.14.2: Principal Origination Markets for Oceania 364
Appendix 1.14.3: Likely Drivers for Animal Feed Markets in Oceania 364
Appendix 1.14.4: Structure and Trends in Oceanic Animal Feed Industry 365
Appendix 1.14.5: Key Feed Ingredients in Oceanic Animal Feeds 365
Appendix 1.14.6: Opportunities and Potential Barriers 365
Appendix 1.14.7: Opportunities for Niche Products in Oceania   365
Appendix 1.15: Animal Feed Production and Consumption in Other Europe (Croatia, Norway and Serbia) 366
Appendix 1.15.1: Net Surplus/Deficit of Feed and Feed Ingredients in Other Europe 367
Appendix 1.15.2: Principal Origination Markets for Other Europe 367
Appendix 1.15.3: Likely Drivers of the Markets in Other Europe 367
Appendix 1.15.4: Structure and Trends within Animal Feed Industry in Other Europe 367
Appendix 1.15.5: Key Ingredients of Animal Feeds in Other Europe 368
Appendix 1.15.6: Opportunities and Potential Barriers 368
Appendix 1.16: Animal Feed Production and Consumption in South America (Chile, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela) 368
Appendix 1.16.1: Net Surplus/Deficit of Feed and Feed Ingredients in South America 369
Appendix 1.16.2: South America’s Origination Markets for Animal Feeds 370
Appendix 1.16.3: Likely Drivers in South American Market 373
Appendix 1.16.4: Structure and Trends within South American Animal Feed Industry 373
Appendix 1.16.5: Key Ingredients in South American Animal Feeds 373
Appendix 1.16.6: Opportunities and Potential Barriers 373
Appendix 1.17: Animal Feed Production and Consumption in South Asia (India)   374
Appendix 1.17.1: Net Surplus/Deficit of Feed and Feed Ingredients in India 374
Appendix 1.17.2: Principal Origination Markets for India 375
Appendix 1.17.3: Likely Drivers of Animal Feeds Market in India 376
Appendix 1.17.4: Structure and Trends within Indian Animal Feed Industry 377
Appendix 1.17.5: Key Ingredients in Indian Animal Feeds 377
Appendix 1.17.6: Opportunities and Potential Barriers 377
Appendix 1.17.7: Opportunities for Niche Products in India 378
Appendix 1.18: Animal Feed Production and Consumption in Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam) 378
Appendix 1.18.1: Net Surplus/Deficit 379
Appendix 1.18.2: Principal Origination Markets 380
Appendix 1.18.3: Likely Drivers of Southeast Asian Market 381
Appendix 1.18.4: Structure and Trends within Southeast Asian Animal Feed Industry 381
Appendix 1.18.5: Key Ingredients in Southeast Asia’s Animal Feeds 382
Appendix 1.18.6: Opportunities and Potential Barriers 382
Appendix 1.18.7: Opportunities for Niche Products 383
Appendix 1.19: Production and Consumption of Animal Feeds in Sub-Saharan Africa (South Africa) 383
Appendix 1.19.1: Net Surplus/Deficit of Feed and Feed Ingredients in South Africa 384
Appendix 1.19.2: Origination Markets for South Africa 386
Appendix 1.19.3: Likely Drivers of South Africa’s Animal Feed Market 386
Appendix 1.19.4: Structure and Trends within Sub-Saharan Market 386
Appendix 1.19.5: Key Ingredients of Animal Feeds in Sub-Sahara 386
Appendix 1.19.6: Opportunities and Potential Barriers in Sub-Saharan Market 387
Appendix 2: U.S. Dairy Industry 388
Appendix 3: Canadian Dairy Industry 395
Appendix 3.1: Organic Dairy Industry in Canada 396
Appendix 4: Global Poultry Market 397
Appendix 4.1: Changes in Industry Structure 400
Appendix 4.2: Poultry Market Horizons 400
Appendix 4.3: Areas of Increase 400
Appendix 4.4: Prospects for Global Broiler Trade 401
Appendix 4.5: Market Share of Broiler Exports 402
Appendix 4.6: Trends in Poultry Meat Imports 402
Appendix 4.7: E.U. Poultry Shares 403
Appendix 4.8: Trends in Poultry Meat Production 404
Appendix 4.9: Variations in Growth 404
Appendix 4.10: Market Weight 405
Appendix 4.11: Trade Developments in Poultry Meat 406
Appendix 4.12: Outlook for Egg Production    407
Appendix 4.13: Asian Analysis 408
Appendix 4.14: U.S. Egg Production and Trade 409
Appendix 4.15: Sales of Eggs 410
Appendix 5: Brazilian Chicken Industry 412
Appendix 6: Mexican Beef Industry 414
Appendix 6.1: Imports of Mexican Cattle into the U.S. 414
Appendix 6.2: Rising Beef Consumption in Mexico 415
Appendix 6.3: U.S. Export of Beef to Mexico 416
Appendix 7: Trade Names    417
Appendix 8: Abbreviations 429

List of Tables

Table 2.1: Common Diseases in Cattle 25
Table 2.2: Common Diseases in Pigs 27
Table 2.3: Common Poultry Diseases 29
Table 2.4: Common Diseases in Pet Dogs 32
Table 2.5: Types of Tumor and Treatment for Companion Animals 37
Table 2.6: Therapeutics in Use for Treating Cancer in Companion Animals 38
Table 3.1: Three Common Veterinary Parasiticides 41
Table 3.2: Common Internal Parasites in Cattle 42
Table 3.3: Results of “Grazing through Feedlot Deworming Performance Trial” Using Safe-Guard/Panacur 42
Table 3.4: Available Dewormers for Cattle 43
Table 3.5: Kleinpeter Equine’s Newest Evidence-based Deworming Strategy 44
Table 3.6: Deworming Products and Parasites they Control 48
Table 3.7: Dewormers Available in the U.S. 49
Table 3.8: Interval after Deworming with Various Anthelmintics 51
Table 3.9: Chemical Classes of Dewormers 52
Table 3.10: Second Generation Licensed Veterinary Vaccines 54
Table 3.11: Veterinary Live Protozoal Vaccines 55
Table 3.12: Veterinary Killed/Subunit Protozoan Vaccines 55
Table 3.13: Commercially available DNA Vaccines in Veterinary Medicine 57
Table 3.14: Commercialized Veterinary Live Bacterial Vaccines 58
Table 3.15: Commercialized Inactivated Bacterial Vaccines in Veterinary Medicine 58
Table 3.16: Veterinary Protozoan Vaccines 61
Table 3.17: Examples of Live Recombinant Veterinary Vaccines Available in the Global Market 66
Table 3.18: Routinely Recommended Vaccination for Pigs 66
Table 3.19: Core Vaccinations for Horses 67
Table 3.20: Additional Vaccines for Horses 67
Table 3.21: Vaccines for Pregnant Mares 67
Table 3.22: Additional Equine Vaccines for Special Circumstances 68
Table 3.23: Antiviral Drugs in Veterinary Medicine 70
Table 3.24: Commercial Enzymes Used in Poultry Feed 77
Table 3.25: Essential Minerals for Livestock    79
Table 4.1: Annual Per Capita Consumption of Animal Products, 1980-2050 86
Table 4.2: Cattle Population in Selected Countries, 2009-2014   87
Table 4.3: Exports and Imports of Beef and Veal in Selected Countries, 2009-2014 88
Table 4.4: Production and Consumption of Beef and Veal in Selected Countries, 2009-2014 89
Table 4.5: Per Capita Consumption of Beef and Veal in Selected Countries, 2007-2011 90
Table 4.6: Swine in Selected Countries, 2009-2014 91
Table 4.7: Pork Production and Consumption in Selected Countries, 2009-2014  92
Table 4.8: Exports and Imports of Pork in Selected Countries, 2009-2014 94
Table 4.9: Consumption of Pork in Selected Countries, 2009-2014 95
Table 4.10: Production and Consumption of Broiler Meat in Selected Countries, 2009-2014 96
Table 4.11: Exports and Imports of Broiler Meat in Selected Countries, 2009-2014 97
Table 4.12: Production and Consumption of Turkey Meat in Selected Countries, 2009-2014 98
Table 4.13: U.S. Meat Animals Production and Income, 2011-2013 100
Table 4.14: U.S. Export of Pig Meat, by Volume, 2009-2013 104
Table 4.15: Canadian Pork Exports, 2009-2012 105
Table 4.16: U.K. Pig Meat Supplies and Demand, 2010-2014 108
Table 4.17: Production of Pigs in Denmark, 2007-2014 109
Table 4.18: Japan’s Import of Pig Meat, by Weight, 2007-2013 110
Table 5.1: International Comparison of Pet Ownership, 2009 114
Table 5.2: Global Pet Food Market Sizes by Country, 2007-2012 114
Table 5.3: U.S. Pet Population, 2013 115
Table 5.4: Pet Ownership in the U.S., 2012 115
Table 5.5: Industry Profile for Veterinarians in the U.S., 2013 116
Table 5.6: Pet Ownership Trends in the U.S., 1994-2013 118
Table 5.7: U.S. Pet Ownership Statistics for Specialty and Exotic Animals, 2012    118
Table 5.8: U.S. Expenditure on Dogs and Cats, 2013 119
Table 5.9: U.S. Pet Care Market, 2014 120
Table 5.10: Occurrences of Health Issues in Friesian Horses 128
Table 5.11: Annual Expenditure on Products and Services per Horse in Canada, 2010 134
Table 5.12: Annual On-Farm Direct Expenditures for Horses in Canada, 2010 135
Table 5.13: Number of Horses in Some European Countries, 2007 137
Table 5.14: Pet Population in U.K., 2013 138
Table 5.15: U.K. Pet Ownership Trends, 1994-2013 138
Table 5.16: The U.K. Pet Food Industry by Volume and Value, 2013 139
Table 5.17: Sales of Pet Food by Distribution Format in Germany, 2010 139
Table 5.18: Sales of Dog and Cat Food by Distribution Format in Germany, 2010 139
Table 5.19: German Pet Food Market, 2005-2012 140
Table 5.20: German Sales of Dog Food by Type and Value, 2013 143
Table 5.21: German Sales of Dog Food by Type and Value, 2005-2010     143
Table 5.22: Projected Sales of Dog Food in Germany by Volume, 2011-2015 143
Table 5.23: Projected Growth of Cat Food by Type, Volume and Value, 2011-2015 144
Table 5.24: German Sales of Cat Food by Value, 2005-2010 145
Table 5.24: German Sales of Cat Food by Value, 2005-2010 145
Table 5.25: Other Pet Populations in Germany, 2005-2011 145
Table 5.26: Sales of Pet Food for Other Pets by Type and Volume in Germany, 2005-2010 145
Table 5.27: Sales of Other Pet Food by Type and Value in Germany, 2005-2012   146
Table 5.28: Projected Sales of Food for Other Pets by Type and Volume in Germany, 2013-2015 146
Table 5.29: Projected Sales of Food for Other Pets by Type and Value in Germany, 2014 and 2015   146
Table 5.30: Pet Population in Switzerland, 2005-2012 147
Table 5.31: Import of Dog and Cat Food by Switzerland, 2008-2010 147
Table 5.32: Export of Dog and Cat Food from Switzerland, 2008-2010 148
Table 5.33: Import of Dog Biscuits by Switzerland, 2008-2010    148
Table 5.34: Export of Dog Biscuits from Switzerland, 2008-2010 149
Table 5.35: Value and Volume Sales of Pet Food in Switzerland, 2005-2010 149
Table 5.36: Value and Volume Sales of Other Pet Food in Switzerland, 2005-2010 150
Table 5.37: Pet Food Imports by Canada, 2006-2011 151
Table 5.38: Pet Food Market in Canada, 2007-2013 151
Table 5.39: Sales of Dog Food by Type, Volume and Value in Canada, 2007-2013 153
Table 5.40: Projected Dog Food Sales in Canada by Type, Volume and Value, 2014-2016   153
Table 5.41: Sales of Cat Food by Type, Volume and Value in Canada, 2007-2013 154
Table 5.42: Projected Sales of Cat Food in Canada, 2014-2016 154
Table 5.43: Sales of Other Pet Food by Type, Volume and Value in Canada, 2007-2013 155
Table 5.44: Population of Other Pets in Canada, 2005-2011 155
Table 5.45: Projected Sales of Other Pet Foods by Type, Volume and Value, 2014-2016 155
Table 5.46: Australian Pet Population, 2013    157
Table 5.47: Australian Pet Population, 1994-2013 157
Table 5.48: Breakdown of Consumer Expenditures on Pets in Australia, 2009 159
Table 5.49: Breakdown of Consumer Expenditure on Pets in Australia, 2013 159
Table 5.50: Sales of Pet Food by Sector in Australia, 2004-2009 160
Table 5.51: Australian Exports of Pets and Pet-Related Products, 1997-2009 160
Table 5.52: Australian Exports of Pets and Pet-Related Products by Country of Destination, 2009 161
Table 5.53: Consumer Expenditure on Pets in Australia, 2009    162
Table 6.1: Merial’s Revenues by Products, 2013 177
Table 6.2: Sub-Sectors of Animal Health Market 180
Table 6.3: U.S. Veterinary Positions, 2013 181
Table 6.4: Market Share of Major Competitors, 2009    191
Table 6.5: U.S. Exports of Veterinary Products to Mexico, 2007-2009 192
Table 6.6: Exports from Mexico to the U.S., 2007-2009 192
Table 6.7: Animal Health Products Market in Europe, 2012 193
Table 6.8: Animal Health Market by Species in U.K., 2005-2013 194
Table 6.9: U.K. Market for Animal Medicines by Product Category, 2005-2013 194
Table 6.10: Veterinary Medicine Sales by Legal Category in the U.K., 2005-2013 195
Table 6.11: Slovak Imports of Veterinary Vaccines, 2007-2009 196
Table 6.12: Export of Veterinary Vaccines from Slovakia, 2007-2009 196
Table 6.13: Indian Animal Health Market Size 202
Table 6.14: Selected Parasiticides Used in Small Animals 209
Table 6.15: U.S. Pet Care Market, 2013 210
Table 6.16: U.S. Pet Insurance Market, 2008-2014 211
Table 6.17: Veterinary Insurance Rates and Coverage for Dogs in the U.S., 2014   212
Table 6.18: Average Initial Claims for Common Pet Conditions in Pets, 2010 213
Table 6.19: CVM-Approved Veterinary Pharmaceuticals for Select Companies, 2014 214
Table 6.20: Expenditure for Veterinary Services for Companion Animals in Australia, 2008/2009 216
Table 6.21: Expenditure on Veterinary Services of Companion Animals in Australia, 2009 216
Table 6.22: Veterinary Services, Establishments, Enterprises and Employment in Australia, 2006-2009 217
Table 6.23: Australian Sales of Veterinary Chemical Products, 2004-2009 218
Table 6.24: Main Components of the Global Nutritional Feed Additive Business  220
Table 6.25: Primary Customers, Key Players and Market Role of Nutritional Feed Additives 221
Table 6.26: Sales and Distribution of Antimicrobial Drugs Approved for Use in Food-Producing Animals in the U.S., 2011 227
Table 6.27: Antibiotic Sales for Europe by Volume, 2013 227
Table 6.28: Industry Snap Shot of Vitamin A and E 231
Table 6.29: Global Export Data for U.S. Distiller’s Dried Grains with Solubles (DDGS), 2013-2014 236
Table 6.30: Average Inclusion Rates of Methionine in Broiler Feeds 245
Table 7.1: Animal Health Products from Adiagene 255
Table 7.2: Adisseo’s Animal Health Products 256
Table 7.3: Selected Animal Health Products from BASF 259
Table 7.4: Bayer’s Animal Health Products 260
Table 7.5: Elanco’s Poultry Products 268
Table 7.6: Elanco’s Swine Products 269
Table 7.7: Merck’s Veterinary Vaccines 276
Table 7.8: Novus’ Animal Health Products 294
Table 7.9: Zoetis’ Animal Health Products 311
Table A1.1: Import Tariffs Percentage on Grains 320
Table A1.2: Import Tariffs Percentage on Oilseeds 321
Table A1.3: Import Tariffs Percentage on Feed Ingredients 321
Table A1.4: Import Tariff Percentage on Enzymes and Yeast 322
Table A1.5: Import Tariffs Percentage on Antibiotics  322
Table A1.6: Import Tariffs Percentage on Pro-Vitamins and Vitamins 323
Table A1.7: U.S. Export Trade Flows for Feed Ingredients by Region, 1990-2020 324
Table A3.1: Number of Dairy Farms in Canada, 2000-2012 396
Table A4.1: Top-Ten Broiler Producing Companies in the U.S., 2011 399
Table A4.2: Forecast for World Poultry Meat, 2010-2019 399
Table A4.3: Global Poultry Meat Production by Region, 2000-2021 404
Table A4.4: World Slaughtering/Production by Region, 2000-2009 405
Table A4.5: Top-15 Countries for Egg Production, 1990-2010  408
Table A5.1: Brazilian Meat Exports, 2011 412
Table A5.2: Brazilian Chicken Meat Exports by Geographical Region, 2011 413
Table A7.1: Ingredients by Trade Name 417
Table A8.1: List of Abbreviations 429

List of Figures

Figure 3.1: Percentage of Type of Dewormers Used by the U.S. Horse Owners 44
Figure 3.2: Classes of Dewormers Used by Respondents 46
Figure 3.3: Purchase of Equine Dewormers by the Respondents 46
Figure 3.4: Sources of Horse Health Information for the U.S. Horse Owners 47
Figure 4.1: Steadily Growing Global Consumption of Animal Products, 1960-2010 85
Figure 4.2: Global Population of Cattle by Region, 2014 87
Figure 4.3: North American Cattle Inventory, 2005-2014 99
Figure 4.4: Retail Equivalent Value of U.S. Beef Industry, 2002-2012 100
Figure 4.5: Value of U.S. Cattle and Calf Production, 2002-2011 101
Figure 4.6: Per Capita Meat Consumption in the U.S., 2010-2021 101
Figure 4.7: Average Meat Consumption in the U.S. 102
Figure 4.8: Total U.S. Beef Consumption, 2002-2014   102
Figure 4.9: U.S. Beef Exports, 2007-2013 103
Figure 4.10: U.S. Pork Imports, 2009-2014 105
Figure 4.11: Brazilian Meat Export, 2009-2014 106
Figure 4.12: Meat Production in Brazil, 2003-2014 106
Figure 4.13: Chicken Meat Export from Brazil, 2000-2014 107
Figure 4.14: Value of Brazilian Beef Exports, 2007-2013 108
Figure 5.1: Global Diet Trends for Dogs 112
Figure 5.2: Global Diet Trends for Cats 113
Figure 5.3: Reasons for Pet Acquisition/Ownership 117
Figure 5.4: U.S. Pet Industry Spending, 2009-2013 119
Figure 5.5: U.S. Expenditure on Pets, 2001-2014 119
Figure 5.6: Income Level and Horse Owning in the U.S., 2012   122
Figure 5.7: Percentage Horse Population by Activity 123
Figure 5.8: General Uses of Horses in the U.S. 124
Figure 5.9: Concerns of Horse Owners for Equine Expenditure on Different Heads 125
Figure 5.10: Percentages of Vaccinations by Disease Conditions in the U.S. 126
Figure 5.11: Most Common Horse Health Issues in the U.S. 127
Figure 5.12: Fatalities in Friesian Horses 129
Figure 5.13: Equine Fatality According to USDA’s Report 129
Figure 5.14: Equine Fatality in Friesian Horses 130
Figure 5.15: Colic Frequency between USDA and Friesian Equine Populations 130
Figure 5.16: Comparison of Reproductive Ailments in USDA and Friesian Horses 131
Figure 5.17: Breakdown of Reproductive Ailments in Friesian Horses 131
Figure 5.18: Comparison of Skin Issues in USDA and Friesian Horses 132
Figure 5.19: Horses by Province in Canada, 2010 133
Figure 5.20: Primary Uses of Horses in Canada, 2010   134
Figure 5.21: German Imports of Pet Food, 2004-2009   141
Figure 5.22: Demographic Profile of German Households with Pets by Age, 2012 142
Figure 5.23: German Sales of Dog Food by Type and Volume, 2005-2013 142
Figure 5.24: Sales of Cat Food by Food Type and Volume in Germany, 2005-2013 144
Figure 5.25: Canadian Imports of Pet Food by Volume (Tons), 2006-2011 152
Figure 5.26: Trendline for Dog and Cat Populations in Australia, 1994-2013 156
Figure 5.27: Consumer Expenditure on Pet Care by Pet Type in Australia 158
Figure 5.27: Pet Food Market in Japan, 2005-2012 164
Figure 5.28: Japanese Market for Dog Food, 2006-2012 164
Figure 5.29: Japanese Market for Cat Food, 2005-2012 165
Figure 6.1: Evolution of Global Animal Health Market, 2000-2013 168
Figure 6.2: Global Veterinary Health Market forecast, 2010-2019 169
Figure 6.3: Global Market Trends in Animal Health, 1996-2009 170
Figure 6.4: Global Animal Health Market by Product Group, 2013 171
Figure 6.5: Global Animal Health Market by Geography, 2013    172
Figure 6.6: Global Animal Health Market by Species, 2013 172
Figure 6.7: Market Leaders and their Revenues from Animal Health, 2013 174
Figure 6.8: Share of Top Six Companies in Animal Health Market by Revenue, 2013 174
Figure 6.9: Share of Top Five Companies in Animal Health Market, in 2014 175
Figure 6.10: Zoetis Market Share by Species, 2013 175
Figure 6.11: Merck’s Market Share in Animal Health by Species, 2013     176
Figure 6.12: Merial’s Market Share in Animal Health by Species, 2010    177
Figure 6.13: Bayer’s Market Share in Animal Health by Species, 2010    178
Figure 6.14: Elanco’s Market Share in Animal Health by Species, 2010    179
Figure 6.15: Novartis’ Market Share in Animal Health by Species, 2010 179
Figure 6.16: U.S. Veterinary Health Market, 2003-2014 182
Figure 6.17: U.S. Veterinary Market for Food Animals, 2003-2013 183
Figure 6.18: U.S. Veterinary Market for Companion Animals, 2003-2013 183
Figure 6.19: Projected Market for Animal Health Products in the U.S., 2011-2019 184
Figure 6.20: U.S. Veterinary Service Industry Revenue Projection, 2012-2017 185
Figure 6.21: Brazilian Veterinary Market, 2008-2013 186
Figure 6.22: Brazilian Veterinary Market by Species, 2013 187
Figure 6.23: Brazilian Veterinary Market by Product, 2013 187
Figure 6.24: Animal Health Products Total Sales in Brazil, 2008-2013 188
Figure 6.25: Percent Growth in Brazilian Animal Health Market, 2009 and 2010   189
Figure 6.26: Total Sales Distribution of Products by Local and MNC Companies in Brazil, 2010 190
Figure 6.27: Market for Animal Health Products in Brazil, 2010-2015 190
Figure 6.28: U.K. Market for Animal Health Products, 2005-2013 194
Figure 6.29: Huge Potential in China’s Animal Drug Industry, 2007-2015 197
Figure 6.30: Market for Compound Chemical Veterinary Drugs in China, 2007-2014 198
Figure 6.31: Market for Veterinary Biological Drugs in China, 2007-2014 199
Figure 6.32: Market for Veterinary Vaccines in China, 2008-2015 199
Figure 6.33: Market Share of Top Five Veterinary Medicine Companies in India    200
Figure 6.34: Indian Animal Health Pharmaceutical Market, 1980-2014 201
Figure 6.35: Indian Animal Health Market Share by Species    202
Figure 6.36: Animal Health Market in India by Product, 2012  203
Figure 6.37: Indian Market for Animal Feed Additives, 2010-2017 203
Figure 6.38: Global Market for Veterinary Vaccines, 2011-2019 204
Figure 6.39: Veterinary Vaccine Market by Geography, 2012 205
Figure 6.40: Global Veterinary Vaccine Market by Species, 2010 206
Figure 6.41: U.S. Veterinary Vaccine Market, 2010-2017 206
Figure 6.42: U.S. Sales of Veterinary Pharmaceuticals and Vaccines, 2001-2010   207
Figure 6.43: U.S. Investment in Research and Development for Animal Health Products, 2001-2012 208
Figure 6.44: Percentage of Generics in U.S. Veterinary Pharmaceutical Market, 2014 215
Figure 6.45: Value of Veterinary Industry for Companion Animals in Australia, 2007-2009 217
Figure 6.46: Share of Global Market for Animal Feed Additives by Region, 2010-2017 219
Figure 6.47: Global Market for Animal Feed Additives, 2010-2019 219
Figure 6.48: North American Market for Animal Feed Additives, 2010-2019 222
Figure 6.49: European Animal Feed Additives Market, 2010-2019 222
Figure 6.50: Asian Market for Animal Feed Additives, 2010-2019 223
Figure 6.51: Market for Feed Additives in India, 2010-2019 224
Figure 6.52: Global Market for Antibiotics in Animal Health, 2010-2019 225
Figure 6.53: U.S. Exports of Streptomycin (Antibiotic) for Feed Production 226
Figure 6.54: U.S. Exports of Other Antibiotics 226
Figure 6.55: Breakdown of U.S. Exports of Feed Additives 228
Figure 6.56: Global Animal Feed Enzyme Market, 2009-2017 229
Figure 6.57: U.S. Exports of Enzymes for Feed Production 230
Figure 6.58: Market Share in Vitamins by Company, 2009 231
Figure 6.59: U.S. Exports of Pro-vitamins and Vitamins for Feed Production 232
Figure 6.60: U.S. Exports of Vitamin C for Feed Production 233
Figure 6.61: U.S. Exports of Vitamin A for Feed Production 233
Figure 6.62: U.S. Exports of Vitamin E for Feed Production (Five-Year Average), 2005-2009 234
Figure 6.63: U.S. Exports of Benzoic Acid for Feed Production 235
Figure 6.64: U.S. Exports of Yeast for Feed Production 235
Figure 6.65: U.S. Production and Export of DDGDS, 2009-2015 237
Figure 6.66: Aminoacid Composition of Protein in Soybean Meal and Wheat Compared to the Requirements for Fattening of Pigs  238
Figure 6.67: Aminoacid Content of a Mixture of Soybean Meal and Wheat Protein Relative to the Aminoacid Requirements of Fattening Pigs 238
Figure 6.68: Global Market for Aminoacids in Feed Additives, 2010-2019 239
Figure 6.69: Global Production of Lysine, 2006-2013  240
Figure 6.70: Methionine Value Proposition 241
Figure 6.71: Growth of Global Poultry Industry, by Volume, 2010-3030 242
Figure 6.72: Feedstock Requirement to Produce One Kg of Meat in Poultry, Pork and Beef 243
Figure 6.73: Leading Manufacturers of Methionine, 2010-2013 244
Figure 6.74: Current Usage of Methionine in Powder vs. Liquid Form 245
Figure 6.75: Total Capacities of Methionine, 2009-2015 246
Figure 6.76: U.S. Market for Nutraceuticals, 2011-2017 248
Figure 6.77: Market Share within the Companion Nutraceuticals Market, by Category, 2011-2013   248
Figure A1.1: U.S. Wheat Exports, 2011-2014 313
Figure A1.2: U.S. Exports of Oilseed Meal, 2000-2013 314
Figure A1.3: U.S. Fish Meal Exports, 2000-2012 315
Figure A1.4: U.S. Meat and Bone Meal Exports, 2000-2009 315
Figure A1.5: U.S. Exports of Complete Feed, 2000-2009 317
Figure A1.6: World Consumption of Soybean Meal, 2000-2020 318
Figure A1.7: World Use of Corn in Animal Feed, 2000-2020 318
Figure A1.8: World Use of Barley in Animal Feed, 2000-2020  319
Figure A1.9: World Use of Fish Meal in Animal Feed, 2000-2020 320
Figure A1.10: Central American and Caribbean Domestic Feed Production and Consumption of Soybean Meal, 1990-2020 325
Figure A1.11: Central American Domestic Feed Production and Feed Consumption of Corn, 1990-2020 326
Figure A1.12: China’s Feed Production and Feed Consumption of Corn, 1990-2020 329
Figure A1.13: Chinese Domestic Feed Production and Consumption of Barley, 1990-2020 330
Figure A1.14: Production and Consumption of Fish Meal for Animal Feeds in China, 1990-2020 331
Figure A1.15: East Asian Production and Total Consumption of Barley for Animal Feeds, 1990-2020 334
Figure A1.16: East Asian Production and Consumption of Soybean Meals in Animal Feeds, 1990-2020 335
Figure A1.17: East Asian Production and Consumption of Fish Meal for Animal Feeds, 1990-2020    336
Figure A1.18: E.U. Production and Consumption of Soybean Meal in Animal Feeds, 1999-2020 340
Figure A1.19: E.U. Production and Consumption of Fish Meal for Animal Feeds, 1999-2020 341
Figure A1.20: FSU Feed Production and Corn Usage, 1999-2020 345
Figure A1.21: Production and Consumption of Soybean Meal, 1999-2020 348
Figure A1.22: Middle East Production and Consumption of Fish Meal for Animal Feeds, 1999-2020 349
Figure A1.23: North African Production and Consumption of Corn in Animal Feeds, 1999-2020 353
Figure A1.24: North African Production and Consumption of Barley for Animal Feeds, 1999-2020   354
Figure A1.25: North American Production and Consumption of Corn in Animal Feeds, 1999-2020    358
Figure A1.26: North American Production and Consumption of Soybean Meal for Feeds, 1999-2020 359
Figure A1.27: North American Production and Consumption of Fish Meal for Animal Feeds, 1999-2020 360
Figure A1.28: Production and Consumption of Soybean Meal in Oceania, 2000-2020 364
Figure A1.29: Other Europe’s Fish Meal Production and Consumption in Animal Feed, 2000-2020   366
Figure A1.30: South American Corn Production and Consumption in Animal Feeds, 2000-2020 369
Figure A1.31: South American Barley Production and Consumption in Animal Feeds, 2000-2020  370
Figure A1.32: South American Soybean Meal Production and Consumption in Animal Feeds, 2000-2020 371
Figure A1.33: South American Fish Meal Production and Consumption in Animal Feeds, 2000-2020 372
Figure A1.34: South Asian Domestic Feed Production and Consumption Using Corn, 2000-2020    375
Figure A1.35: South Asian Domestic Feed Production and Consumption Using Soybean Meal, 2000-2020 376
Figure A1.36: South Asia’s Soybean Meal Production and Consumption in Animal Feeds, 2000-2020 379
Figure A1.37: Southeast Asia’s Production and Consumption of Fish Meal in Animal Feeds, 2000-2020 380
Figure A1.38: Sub-Saharan Production and Consumption of Corn in Animal Feeds, 2000-2020 384
Figure A1.39: Sub-Saharan Production and Consumption of Barley in Animal Feeds, 2000-2020 385
Figure A2.1: Dairy Operations with >500 Heads in the U.S., 1999-2013   388
Figure A2.2: Dairy Operations with 2,000+ Heads in the U.S., 1999-2009 389
Figure A2.3: Dairy Operations with <500 Heads in the U.S., 1999-2012    390
Figure A2.4: Milk Cow Inventory Distribution in the U.S., 1999-2009 391
Figure A2.5: Milk Production Distribution in the U.S., 1999-2009 391
Figure A2.6: Milk Production per Cow in the U.S., 1999-2009   392
Figure A2.7: Milk Production in the U.S., 1999-2009    393
Figure A2.8: Percentage of U.S. Milk Production—Top Ten States, 2013 394
Figure A3.1: Distribution of Dairy Production Centers in Canada 395
Figure A3.2: Organic Milk Production by Province in Canada, 2010 396
Figure A4.1: Global Meat Production by Type, 2009 and 2021 397
Figure A4.2: Global Poultry Meat Production by Region, 2009-2021 398
Figure A4.3: World Poultry Meat Production, 2000-2012 399
Figure A4.4: Outlook for World Broiler Production and Trade, 1999-2019 401
Figure A4.5: Projections for Export Market Share Percentage of Major Broiler-Meat Exporting Countries, 2005-2018 402
Figure A4.6: Trends in Poultry Meat Imports with Projections, 1990-2019 403
Figure A4.7: E.U. Poultry Shares by Country, 2010 403
Figure A4.8: Poultry Meat Production by Species, 2005-2010  404
Figure A4.9: Poultry Exports in Select Countries, 2013 407
Figure A4.10: Growth of Egg Production in the World, by Region: 1997-2030 409
Figure A4.11: U.S. Table Egg Exports, 2012 409
Figure A5.1: Brazilian Chicken Exports by Product Type, 2011 413
Figure A6.1: Total Imports of Mexican Cattle into the U.S., 2006-2013  414
Figure A6.2: Comparison of U.S. and Mexican Per Capita Consumption of Meat Protein, 2009 415
Figure A6.3: Export of U.S. Beef and Veal to Mexico, 2001-2013 416

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  • Kazakhstan Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q1 2015
    Published: 17-Dec-2014        Price: US $1295 Onwards        Pages: 95
    BMI View: Plans to boost government spending on healthcare will be positive for the pharmaceutical industry as well as other participants in the healthcare sector. Over the longer term, the introduction of compulsory health insurance will create a large pool of funding for further growth. However, a key risk to our outlook is oil prices and their effect on Kazakh government revenues. Headline Expenditure Projections ? Pharmaceuticals: KZT273.92bn (USD1.80bn) in 2013 to KZT335.18bn (USD1.84bn) in......
  • Philippines Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q1 2015
    Published: 17-Dec-2014        Price: US $1295 Onwards        Pages: 129
    BMI View: Our outlook for the Philippines' pharmaceutical sector remains bullish, driven by an increasing population and high burden of disease profile. Generic medicines will continue to account for an increasing share of pharmaceutical sales in the Philippines, galvanised by expanding government provision of healthcare as well as improvements in generic drug distribution. This provides strong growth opportunities for generic drug manufacturers in an emerging market where economic growth will b......
  • Nurse Call System Market in the US 2015-2019
    Published: 17-Dec-2014        Price: US $2500 Onwards        Pages: 70
    Nurse Call System is a communication solution used in healthcare facilities, which enables patients to alert caregivers in case of any routine need or emergency assistance. It serves as the core component of healthcare communication platform and is an innovative, reliable service that alerts the nursing staff through visual and audio signals. It provides the location of the patient in need and indicates the urgency of the call, regardless of the patient's location in the hospital or care center.......
  • United Kingdom Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q1 2015
    Published: 17-Dec-2014        Price: US $1295 Onwards        Pages: 130
    BMI View: The pharmaceutical and healthcare markets of the United Kingdom are driven by government spending in the form of the National Health System (NHS), which accounts for over 80% of total healthcare spending. With a higher prevalence of non-communicable diseases, coupled with an ageing population, the increased demand for healthcare may lead to the enforcement of cost-containment strategies and movement away from expensive treatment options. Headline Expenditure Projections Pharmaceuticals......
  • Global LBS Market in Healthcare Industry 2015-2019
    Published: 17-Dec-2014        Price: US $2500 Onwards        Pages: 95
    LBS is an information service that uses real-time geographical data from a location-enabled device to provide security services, and information. LBS applications are predominantly used in hospitals to improve efficiency and reduce expenditure. It works on Wi-Fi and RTLS technology in indoor location. LBS is used in hospitals for indoor navigation, tracking staff and patients, location-based messaging, asset management, location analytics, and in integrating with other clinical systems. TechN......
  • Zimbabwe Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q1 2015
    Published: 17-Dec-2014        Price: US $1295 Onwards        Pages: 84
    BMI View: The World Health Organization's approval of a quality control laboratory for medicines in Zimbabwe is a positive step for the country's pharmaceutical market. It will help to reduce the proportion of counterfeit medicines in circulation and increase the country's attractiveness to multinational drugmakers. Nevertheless, for the foreseeable future the dire economic and political outlook, reduced healthcare budget and underdeveloped local manufacturing industry will continue to limit inv......
  • Bahrain Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q1 2015
    Published: 17-Dec-2014        Price: US $1295 Onwards        Pages: 101
    BMI View: Our outlook for Bahrain's pharmaceutical and healthcare sector remains strong, with the government announcing the development and expansion of health centres across the country in addition to several preventive health projects planned. Despite recent price cuts negatively impacting the market in the short term, we believe an ageing population, increasing chronic disease burden and robust economic growth will drive medicine demand for many years to come. Headline Expenditure Projections......
  • Bangladesh Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q1 2015
    Published: 17-Dec-2014        Price: US $1295 Onwards        Pages: 112
    BMI View: Chronic diseases will become a key healthcare challenge for Bangladesh over the next decade. Driven by the country's ageing population, urbanisation and inadequate treatment of non-communicable diseases, this represents an epidemiological transition that will present new opportunities for pharmaceutical companies. Headline Expenditure Projections ? Pharmaceuticals: BDT138.81bn (USD1.78bn) in 2013 to BDT154.62bn (USD1.99bn) in 2014; +11.4% in local currency terms and +11.9% in US dollar......
  • Belarus Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q1 2015
    Published: 17-Dec-2014        Price: US $1295 Onwards        Pages: 87
    BMI View: The Belarusian market will suffer from the impact of depreciation and economic instability as the country's economy becomes ever more reliant on Russian loans to function. Furthermore, wage growth mandated by the government will become unsustainable, threatening to dampen internal consumption. Belarus will present little reward for high risk for most pharmaceutical companies in the region. Headline Expenditure Projections Pharmaceuticals: BYR8,927bn in 2013 (USD1.00bn) to BYR11,490bn (......
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