Enzymes refer to catalysts or chemicals released to speed up specific chemical reactions. They are released in the digestive system to assist in food digestion. Nowadays, these enzymes can be effectively produced and added to animal feeds. There are three kinds of enzymes – proteases, carbohydrases and phytases – which are used in poultry feeds. Earlier, the applications of enzymes were limited to phytase only. Phytase works by releasing a few of the non-digestible phosphorous, making them available for productive functions. It reduces feed cost by decreasing inorganic phosphorus supplementation as well as minimises excretion of phosphorus in manure.
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On the contrary, protease is a digesting enzyme that breaks down storage protein within feed ingredients and is also effective in releasing protein anti-nutrients present in soybean meal, thereby providing energy to birds. Further, carbohydrase enzymes are effective in increasing the amount of energy available from the ingredients of animal feed. These enzymes are rich in xylanase and amylase which help in enhancing the digestion of carbohydrates in the feed which, in turn, increases the availability of energy, and help in promoting growth. The different roles of these enzymes result in several benefits to both producers and animals.
Feed enzymes are vital for better conversion of feed in animals as they increase productivity and the quality of animal feed. With advancements in technology and management along with rising protein requirements, the demand for carbohydrase and protease has increased recently. Moreover, growing realisation regarding the benefits of enzymes like increasing profitability, decreasing feed costs, optimising gut health, improving overall growth as well as producing uniform growth is also boosting the market growth. Further, manufacturers are looking for ways for sustainably optimising animal production to meet the increased protein requirement. For instance, soybean and corn meal are present in swine and poultry diets as base ingredients which are only 85% digestible. As these ingredients are not being fully utilised, the addition of feed enzymes aids in combating these indigestible ingredients, therefore, offering more productivity owing to increased feed conversion rate.
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The major players in the global feed enzymes market include Novozymes Inc., DSM Nederland B.V., DuPont Co., Archer Daniels Midland Company, BASF, Novus International, Inc., BioResource International, Inc., Biovet, Inc., Wenger Feeds, LLC, Bioproton Europe Oy, AVEVE Biochem NV, VEMO 99 Ltd., Palital Feed Additives B.V., Phytobiotics Futterzusatzstoffe GmbH, Bioseutica B.V., Kemin Industries, Inc., Amano Enzymes and AB Enzymes GmbH. The report by EMR gives an intricate analysis of the competitive landscape of the industry including the recent developments amongst the key players like capacity expansions, mergers and acquisitions, market share, and plant turnarounds.
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"Global Feed Enzymes Market: By Type (Phytase, Protease, Carbohydrase, Others); By Application; By Region; Key Demand Drivers; Historical Market (2015-2019); Market Forecast (2020-2025); Trade Analysis; Regional Price Analysis; Competitive Landscape; Cost Analysis and Supplier Analysis"
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