Global Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Overview

Global Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market was valued at USD 1.56 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 2.08 billion by the year 2028, at a CAGR of 4.20%.

Compounds that provide nitrogen other than protein form are called non-protein nitrogen (NPN) compounds. Non-protein nitrogen is a form of inactive protein which converts into an active protein form in the gut of animals. Non-protein nitrogen (NPN) is a less expensive form of protein that is recently being used in animal nutrition as feed. These are non-protein components thereof no use for humans but microbiota present in the gut of animals helps them to convert these non-protein components in protein form and are then absorbed. Proteins play an important role in development, improvising metabolism, and hormone and DNA production in the animal body. Moreover, they are also required to replace damaged and dead animal cells. NPN is also used to increase crude protein values artificially. Crude protein values are measured based on the presence of nitrogen content as protein. Furthermore, crude proteins have both true proteins and other nitrogenous products yet only true proteins are digested and then absorbed by animals. Ruminants are the only animals that can digest NPN while other digestive systems are not designed to digest NPN.

Covid-19 Impact on Non-protein Nitrogen Feed Market

The novel coronavirus pandemic has affected both the manufacturing and supply chains. Due to the rapid outbreak of Covid-19 disease, companies were compelled to close manufacturing units completely also restrictions were imposed on the number of workers. After a decline in cases of Covid-19, companies were restricted from operating at full flow to avoid public gatherings which substantially reduced production of non-protein nitrogen in feed. The Covid-19 pandemic has had a severe effect on multiple businesses around the world. Due to the rapid outbreak of Covid-19, multiple governments closed their imports and exports. Only essential services like hospitals, pharmacies, and supermarkets were allowed to operate during the pandemic thus resulted in lower consumption of animal feed which impacted the non-protein nitrogen feed market negatively.

Market Dynamics And Factors in Non-protein Nitrogen In Feed Market

Drivers:

Increasing Demand For Cheap Proteins In Animal Feed

The growing dairy industry, increased demand for eggs, and meat will boost the non-protein nitrogen market growth during the forecast period. Non-protein animal feed is economically favorable compared to proteins derived from plant and animal sources thus strengthening farmers financially by cutting costs on the purchase of premium protein brands for animal feed. Moreover, the ability of micro-organisms presents in the gut of ruminants to convert non-protein into protein is overwhelming, this converted protein is utilized by animals to produce milk and meat thus promoting the use of NPN in animal feed as nutrition. Urea is the major commercial source of non-protein nitrogen in the ruminant diet. Plant-derived proteins such as soybean meal are high priced this promotes the use of urea as a protein supplement in ruminant diets. It has been discovered that the use of urea in small amounts of sorghum reduced body weight loss, enhanced birth weight of calves, higher milk yields, and improvised calf growth rate these factors are promoting livestock growers to add NPN as a major nutrition source in animal feed. Innovations in the use of NPN as a protein source and increasing investment in research and development of the animal feed industry is boosting the NPN feed market.

Moreover, other sources of NPN are biuret, poultry litter or manure, ammonium hydroxide, uric acid, and other ammonia-containing compounds. Biuret is a compound derived from the condensation of two urea molecules. It is the most discussed topic owing to its potential source of NPN as well as its solubility and slow rate of degradation. Furthermore, it is slowly degraded in rumen thus providing a continuous source of ammonia. There is an adaptation period of two weeks to two months required for the gut bacteria to carry out maximin utilization of NPN before using biuret as the main source of NPN in animal feed. The main advantage of BIUTRET is a large amount of it can be consumed by animals safely without causing any complications thus promoting the growth of the NPN feed market. The use of poultry litter or manure as a source of NPN feed is becoming popular attributed to the utilization of waste products generated by the poultry industry and decreasing feed costs thus helping the Non-Protein Nitrogen feed market to flourish in the forecast period. Poultry litter added as NPN.

Restraints:

Toxicity Related To Overdosage Of Non-Protein Nitrogen In Feed

When NPN is given in higher amounts its causes poisoning. Urea poisoning is the most common toxicity found in ruminants. Moreover, biuret poisoning is not observed as it is slowly degraded but it’s cost of production is a matter of concern as it is economically unfavorable thus hampering the growth of the market in the forecast period. Poisoning may also occur when a ruminant animal is not adapted to non-protein nitrogen sources, feed is not properly mixed, and high urea concentration is present in low energy, and high roughage diets. Moreover, NPN feed should be given to those animals having a functional rumen, it should not be given to young calves and monogastric animals. Monogastric is a term used for animals having only one stomach or a stomach with only one digestive chamber. Biuret doesn't have any nutritional advantage over urea as well it is commercially unavailable thus restricting the use of biuret as NPN feed. Furthermore, it is debated that microorganisms like Salmonella and Proteus are present in fresh poultry litter thus generating drawbacks for animal health and eventually restraining its use in animal feed. Additionally, any nutrient deficiency which negatively impacts the activity of microorganisms present in the gut or decreases dry matter digestibility will likely reduce urea utilization in animals.

Opportunities:

Increasing Awareness Of Non-Protein Nitrogen Uses In Animal Feed

The increasing demand for milk and milk-derived products, ready-to-eat processed meat and nutrition enriched animal feed is going to provide opportunities for market players. Moreover, NPN like Urea, biuret and poultry manure are nutritionally incompetent thus adding other supplements will make them nutrition-rich and then these can be used to feed animals. As NPN feed is economically favorable there has been an unprecedented rise in demand instigating market players to increase the production of NPN feed. Moreover, urea is the most commonly used NPN source as it is cheap and easily available for consumption. Attributed to the advantages of urea as NPN source market players have invested in its research and development to make urea less harmful and to reduce its degradation speed. Providing packets that can be readily mixed and fed to animals is a vital opportunity as it can avoid errors in calculating the amount of urea to add in proportionate with water or other supplements.                                                 

Challenges:

Quality Control And Increasing Demand For Non-Protein Nitrogen In Animal Feed

Providing livestock with proper nutrition and at an affordable price is the biggest challenge for market players. Diseases associated with the use of poultry litter or manure are the most debated topic as use of it as an NPN source can cause harmful effects on animal health and performance thus, finding an alternative way of using poultry litter or manure is one of the challenges. To eliminate the chances of urea poisoning there should be strict quality control on urea addition thus, strict and proper quality control is needed. The shortage of global protein supplies is spreading uncertainty in producers and the feed industry to think about protein supply and where it will come from. Moreover, ever-increasing pressure on market players to meet the growing global demand for milk and meat while also reducing their environmental impact and remaining financially viable.

Market Segmentation

Segmentation Analysis of Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market:

Based on Sources, the non-protein nitrogen in the feed market is going to expand during the forecast period attributed to an everyday increasing population of livestock and demand for livestock's proper nutrition. Urea is the most common source of NPN because of its low cost and ease of availability. Moreover, urea provides other necessary nutrition required for the growth of animals that are not found in other sources of non-protein nitrogen. Urea dissolves at a rapid rate in rumen thus providing ammonia to microflora to synthesize amino acids.

Based on Form, dry segment such as powder and pellets or granules is going to have a maximum share of non-protein nitrogen in feed market during the forecast period. The convenience in availability and packaging is the main advantage of a dry segment.

Based on Livestock, animals like cattle, swine, and buffaloes are the major consumers of non-protein nitrogen. To increase the yield of milk in cattle and buffaloes NPN is used, it also increases their performance owing to which NPN is widely used to feed animals. Consequently, high protein deficiency in cows due to the low quality of fodder is increasing the demand for this segment during the forecast period. Swine are the only non-ruminants in which NPN is used as feed.

Regional Analysis of Non-Protein Nitrogen in Feed Market:

Geographically, Non-protein nitrogen in the feed market is segmented into Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Latin America, North America, and.

Asia Pacific region is expected to dominate the market, owing to high consumption of non-protein nitrogen feed because of its high population of cattle, buffaloes, and sheep. The economies like India and China are the highest consumers of meat and milk owing to their denser populations. To meet the growing demand adoption of non-protein nitrogen in feed is going to propel the market growth in the Asia Pacific region during the forecast period.
North America region is expected to significantly grow when it comes to manufacturing of non-protein nitrogen in feed. Moreover, the growth in the North American market is attributed to the presence of large manufacturing companies such as Cargill Inc, Land O'Lakes Inc, and others. An increase in research and development for innovation of newer products is going to boost the market growth in the forecast period.
Latin American market has profitable growth opportunities, increase in utilization and production of meat in Brazil and Mexico and increase in animal welfare expenditure is going to accelerate the market growth during the forecast period.
The Middle East region is going to grow at a slower rate owing to the government regulations and lack of awareness of non-protein nitrogen in feed among the livestock growers.  

Players Covered in Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market are:

Key Industry Developments in Non-protein Nitrogen Feed Market

  • In February 2021, Alltech published its new ruminant meat analysis regarding Optigen, a non-protein nitrogen ingredient. The results were promising as Optigen can replace vegetable protein sources and can empower dairy and beef manufacturers to concomitantly improve animal performance, eliminate their carbon footprint and increase profitability. 

Global Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market

Base Year:

2021

Forecast Period:

2022-2028

Historical Data:

2016 to 2020

Market Size in 2021:

USD 1.56 Bn.

Forecast Period 2022-28 CAGR:

4.20%

Market Size in 2028:

USD 2.08 Bn.

Segments Covered:

By Source

  • Ammonia
  • Urea
  • Biuret
  • Ammonium Salts
  • Others

By Form

  • Dry
    • Powder
    • Pellets
  • Liquid

By Livestock

  • Cattle
  • Swine
  • Sheep
  • Giraffe
  • Buffaloes
  • Other Ruminants

By Region

  • North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Russia, Spain, Rest of Europe)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, India, Japan, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Rest of APAC)
  • Middle East & Africa (Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iran, UAE, Africa, Rest of MEA)
  • South America (Brazil, Argentina, Rest of SA)

Key Market Drivers:

  • Increasing Demand for Cheap Proteins in Animal Feed

Key Market Restraints:

  • Toxicity Related to Overdosage of Non-Protein Nitrogen in Feed

Key Opportunities:

  • Increasing Awareness of Non-Protein Nitrogen Uses in Animal Feed

Companies Covered in the report:

  • Alltech (US), Yara International (Norway), The Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan (Canada), Kaydeefeed (US), Kemin Industries Inc (US), and Other major players.

Chapter 1: Introduction
 1.1 Research Objectives
 1.2 Research Methodology
 1.3 Research Process
 1.4 Scope and Coverage
  1.4.1 Market Definition
  1.4.2 Key Questions Answered
 1.5 Market Segmentation

Chapter 2:Executive Summary

Chapter 3:Growth Opportunities By Segment
 3.1 By Source
 3.2 By Form
 3.3 By Livestock

Chapter 4: Market Landscape
 4.1 Porter's Five Forces Analysis
  4.1.1 Bargaining Power of Supplier
  4.1.2 Threat of New Entrants
  4.1.3 Threat of Substitutes
  4.1.4 Competitive Rivalry
  4.1.5 Bargaining Power Among Buyers
 4.2 Industry Value Chain Analysis
 4.3 Market Dynamics
  4.3.1 Drivers
  4.3.2 Restraints
  4.3.3 Opportunities
  4.5.4 Challenges
 4.4 Pestle Analysis
 4.5 Technological Roadmap
 4.6 Regulatory Landscape
 4.7 SWOT Analysis
 4.8 Price Trend Analysis
 4.9 Patent Analysis
 4.10 Analysis of the Impact of Covid-19
  4.10.1 Impact on the Overall Market
  4.10.2 Impact on the Supply Chain
  4.10.3 Impact on the Key Manufacturers
  4.10.4 Impact on the Pricing

Chapter 5: Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market by Source
 5.1 Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Overview Snapshot and Growth Engine
 5.2 Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Overview
 5.3 Ammonia
  5.3.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  5.3.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  5.3.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  5.3.4 Ammonia: Grographic Segmentation
 5.4 Urea
  5.4.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  5.4.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  5.4.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  5.4.4 Urea: Grographic Segmentation
 5.5 Biuret
  5.5.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  5.5.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  5.5.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  5.5.4 Biuret: Grographic Segmentation
 5.6 Ammonium Salts
  5.6.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  5.6.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  5.6.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  5.6.4 Ammonium Salts: Grographic Segmentation
 5.7 Others
  5.7.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  5.7.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  5.7.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  5.7.4 Others: Grographic Segmentation

Chapter 6: Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market by Form
 6.1 Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Overview Snapshot and Growth Engine
 6.2 Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Overview
 6.3 Dry {Powder
  6.3.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  6.3.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  6.3.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  6.3.4 Dry {Powder: Grographic Segmentation
 6.4 Pellets}
  6.4.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  6.4.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  6.4.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  6.4.4 Pellets}: Grographic Segmentation
 6.5 Liquid
  6.5.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  6.5.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  6.5.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  6.5.4 Liquid: Grographic Segmentation

Chapter 7: Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market by Livestock
 7.1 Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Overview Snapshot and Growth Engine
 7.2 Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Overview
 7.3 Cattle
  7.3.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  7.3.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  7.3.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  7.3.4 Cattle: Grographic Segmentation
 7.4 Swine
  7.4.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  7.4.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  7.4.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  7.4.4 Swine: Grographic Segmentation
 7.5 Sheep
  7.5.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  7.5.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  7.5.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  7.5.4 Sheep: Grographic Segmentation
 7.6 Giraffe
  7.6.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  7.6.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  7.6.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  7.6.4 Giraffe: Grographic Segmentation
 7.7 Buffaloes
  7.7.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  7.7.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  7.7.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  7.7.4 Buffaloes: Grographic Segmentation
 7.8 Other Ruminants
  7.8.1 Introduction and Market Overview
  7.8.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size (2016-2028F)
  7.8.3 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
  7.8.4 Other Ruminants: Grographic Segmentation

Chapter 8: Company Profiles and Competitive Analysis
 8.1 Competitive Landscape
  8.1.1 Competitive Positioning
  8.1.2 Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Sales and Market Share By Players
  8.1.3 Industry BCG Matrix
  8.1.4 Ansoff Matrix
  8.1.5 Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Industry Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI)
  8.1.6 Top 5 Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Players Market Share
  8.1.7 Mergers and Acquisitions
  8.1.8 Business Strategies By Top Players
 8.2 ALLTECH
  8.2.1 Company Overview
  8.2.2 Key Executives
  8.2.3 Company Snapshot
  8.2.4 Operating Business Segments
  8.2.5 Product Portfolio
  8.2.6 Business Performance
  8.2.7 Key Strategic Moves and Recent Developments
  8.2.8 SWOT Analysis
 8.3 YARA INTERNATIONAL
 8.4 THE POTASH CORPORATION OF SASKATCHEWAN
 8.5 KAYDEEFEED
 8.6 KEMIN INDUSTRIES INC
 8.7 MOLATEK
 8.8 LAND O'LAKES INC
 8.9 CARGILL INCORPORATED
 8.10 TYSON FOODS INC
 8.11 ADM ANIMAL NUTRITION
 8.12 SOUTHERN STATES
 8.13 NUTRECO
 8.14 ANIPRO FEEDS
 8.15 OTHER MAJOR PLAYERS

Chapter 9: Global Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast, 2016-2028
 9.1 Market Overview
 9.2 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Source
  9.2.1 Ammonia
  9.2.2 Urea
  9.2.3 Biuret
  9.2.4 Ammonium Salts
  9.2.5 Others
 9.3 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Form
  9.3.1 Dry {Powder
  9.3.2 Pellets}
  9.3.3 Liquid
 9.4 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Livestock
  9.4.1 Cattle
  9.4.2 Swine
  9.4.3 Sheep
  9.4.4 Giraffe
  9.4.5 Buffaloes
  9.4.6 Other Ruminants

Chapter 10: North America Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast, 2016-2028
 10.1 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
 10.2 Impact of Covid-19
 10.3 Key Players
 10.4 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
 10.4 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Source
  10.4.1 Ammonia
  10.4.2 Urea
  10.4.3 Biuret
  10.4.4 Ammonium Salts
  10.4.5 Others
 10.5 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Form
  10.5.1 Dry {Powder
  10.5.2 Pellets}
  10.5.3 Liquid
 10.6 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Livestock
  10.6.1 Cattle
  10.6.2 Swine
  10.6.3 Sheep
  10.6.4 Giraffe
  10.6.5 Buffaloes
  10.6.6 Other Ruminants
 10.7 Historic and Forecast Market Size by Country
  10.7.1 U.S.
  10.7.2 Canada
  10.7.3 Mexico

Chapter 11: Europe Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast, 2016-2028
 11.1 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
 11.2 Impact of Covid-19
 11.3 Key Players
 11.4 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
 11.4 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Source
  11.4.1 Ammonia
  11.4.2 Urea
  11.4.3 Biuret
  11.4.4 Ammonium Salts
  11.4.5 Others
 11.5 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Form
  11.5.1 Dry {Powder
  11.5.2 Pellets}
  11.5.3 Liquid
 11.6 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Livestock
  11.6.1 Cattle
  11.6.2 Swine
  11.6.3 Sheep
  11.6.4 Giraffe
  11.6.5 Buffaloes
  11.6.6 Other Ruminants
 11.7 Historic and Forecast Market Size by Country
  11.7.1 Germany
  11.7.2 U.K.
  11.7.3 France
  11.7.4 Italy
  11.7.5 Russia
  11.7.6 Spain
  11.7.7 Rest of Europe

Chapter 12: Asia-Pacific Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast, 2016-2028
 12.1 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
 12.2 Impact of Covid-19
 12.3 Key Players
 12.4 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
 12.4 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Source
  12.4.1 Ammonia
  12.4.2 Urea
  12.4.3 Biuret
  12.4.4 Ammonium Salts
  12.4.5 Others
 12.5 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Form
  12.5.1 Dry {Powder
  12.5.2 Pellets}
  12.5.3 Liquid
 12.6 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Livestock
  12.6.1 Cattle
  12.6.2 Swine
  12.6.3 Sheep
  12.6.4 Giraffe
  12.6.5 Buffaloes
  12.6.6 Other Ruminants
 12.7 Historic and Forecast Market Size by Country
  12.7.1 China
  12.7.2 India
  12.7.3 Japan
  12.7.4 Singapore
  12.7.5 Australia
  12.7.6 New Zealand
  12.7.7 Rest of APAC

Chapter 13: Middle East & Africa Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast, 2016-2028
 13.1 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
 13.2 Impact of Covid-19
 13.3 Key Players
 13.4 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
 13.4 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Source
  13.4.1 Ammonia
  13.4.2 Urea
  13.4.3 Biuret
  13.4.4 Ammonium Salts
  13.4.5 Others
 13.5 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Form
  13.5.1 Dry {Powder
  13.5.2 Pellets}
  13.5.3 Liquid
 13.6 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Livestock
  13.6.1 Cattle
  13.6.2 Swine
  13.6.3 Sheep
  13.6.4 Giraffe
  13.6.5 Buffaloes
  13.6.6 Other Ruminants
 13.7 Historic and Forecast Market Size by Country
  13.7.1 Turkey
  13.7.2 Saudi Arabia
  13.7.3 Iran
  13.7.4 UAE
  13.7.5 Africa
  13.7.6 Rest of MEA

Chapter 14: South America Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast, 2016-2028
 14.1 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
 14.2 Impact of Covid-19
 14.3 Key Players
 14.4 Key Market Trends, Growth Factors and Opportunities
 14.4 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Source
  14.4.1 Ammonia
  14.4.2 Urea
  14.4.3 Biuret
  14.4.4 Ammonium Salts
  14.4.5 Others
 14.5 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Form
  14.5.1 Dry {Powder
  14.5.2 Pellets}
  14.5.3 Liquid
 14.6 Historic and Forecasted Market Size By Livestock
  14.6.1 Cattle
  14.6.2 Swine
  14.6.3 Sheep
  14.6.4 Giraffe
  14.6.5 Buffaloes
  14.6.6 Other Ruminants
 14.7 Historic and Forecast Market Size by Country
  14.7.1 Brazil
  14.7.2 Argentina
  14.7.3 Rest of SA

Chapter 15 Investment Analysis

Chapter 16 Analyst Viewpoint and Conclusion

Global Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market

Base Year:

2021

Forecast Period:

2022-2028

Historical Data:

2016 to 2020

Market Size in 2021:

USD 1.56 Bn.

Forecast Period 2022-28 CAGR:

4.20%

Market Size in 2028:

USD 2.08 Bn.

Segments Covered:

By Source

  • Ammonia
  • Urea
  • Biuret
  • Ammonium Salts
  • Others

By Form

  • Dry
    • Powder
    • Pellets
  • Liquid

By Livestock

  • Cattle
  • Swine
  • Sheep
  • Giraffe
  • Buffaloes
  • Other Ruminants

By Region

  • North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Russia, Spain, Rest of Europe)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, India, Japan, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Rest of APAC)
  • Middle East & Africa (Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iran, UAE, Africa, Rest of MEA)
  • South America (Brazil, Argentina, Rest of SA)

Key Market Drivers:

  • Increasing Demand for Cheap Proteins in Animal Feed

Key Market Restraints:

  • Toxicity Related to Overdosage of Non-Protein Nitrogen in Feed

Key Opportunities:

  • Increasing Awareness of Non-Protein Nitrogen Uses in Animal Feed

Companies Covered in the report:

  • Alltech (US), Yara International (Norway), The Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan (Canada), Kaydeefeed (US), Kemin Industries Inc (US), and Other major players.

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 001. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
TABLE 002. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS
TABLE 003. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET BARGAINING POWER OF CUSTOMERS
TABLE 004. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET COMPETITIVE RIVALRY
TABLE 005. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS
TABLE 006. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES
TABLE 007. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET BY SOURCE
TABLE 008. AMMONIA MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 009. UREA MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 010. BIURET MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 011. AMMONIUM SALTS MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 012. OTHERS MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 013. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET BY FORM
TABLE 014. DRY {POWDER MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 015. PELLETS} MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 016. LIQUID MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 017. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET BY LIVESTOCK
TABLE 018. CATTLE MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 019. SWINE MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 020. SHEEP MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 021. GIRAFFE MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 022. BUFFALOES MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 023. OTHER RUMINANTS MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
TABLE 024. NORTH AMERICA NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY SOURCE (2016-2028)
TABLE 025. NORTH AMERICA NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY FORM (2016-2028)
TABLE 026. NORTH AMERICA NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY LIVESTOCK (2016-2028)
TABLE 027. N NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY COUNTRY (2016-2028)
TABLE 028. EUROPE NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY SOURCE (2016-2028)
TABLE 029. EUROPE NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY FORM (2016-2028)
TABLE 030. EUROPE NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY LIVESTOCK (2016-2028)
TABLE 031. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY COUNTRY (2016-2028)
TABLE 032. ASIA PACIFIC NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY SOURCE (2016-2028)
TABLE 033. ASIA PACIFIC NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY FORM (2016-2028)
TABLE 034. ASIA PACIFIC NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY LIVESTOCK (2016-2028)
TABLE 035. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY COUNTRY (2016-2028)
TABLE 036. MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY SOURCE (2016-2028)
TABLE 037. MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY FORM (2016-2028)
TABLE 038. MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY LIVESTOCK (2016-2028)
TABLE 039. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY COUNTRY (2016-2028)
TABLE 040. SOUTH AMERICA NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY SOURCE (2016-2028)
TABLE 041. SOUTH AMERICA NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY FORM (2016-2028)
TABLE 042. SOUTH AMERICA NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY LIVESTOCK (2016-2028)
TABLE 043. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET, BY COUNTRY (2016-2028)
TABLE 044. ALLTECH: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 045. ALLTECH: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 046. ALLTECH: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 047. ALLTECH: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 047. YARA INTERNATIONAL: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 048. YARA INTERNATIONAL: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 049. YARA INTERNATIONAL: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 050. YARA INTERNATIONAL: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 050. THE POTASH CORPORATION OF SASKATCHEWAN: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 051. THE POTASH CORPORATION OF SASKATCHEWAN: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 052. THE POTASH CORPORATION OF SASKATCHEWAN: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 053. THE POTASH CORPORATION OF SASKATCHEWAN: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 053. KAYDEEFEED: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 054. KAYDEEFEED: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 055. KAYDEEFEED: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 056. KAYDEEFEED: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 056. KEMIN INDUSTRIES INC: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 057. KEMIN INDUSTRIES INC: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 058. KEMIN INDUSTRIES INC: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 059. KEMIN INDUSTRIES INC: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 059. MOLATEK: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 060. MOLATEK: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 061. MOLATEK: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 062. MOLATEK: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 062. LAND O'LAKES INC: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 063. LAND O'LAKES INC: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 064. LAND O'LAKES INC: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 065. LAND O'LAKES INC: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 065. CARGILL INCORPORATED: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 066. CARGILL INCORPORATED: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 067. CARGILL INCORPORATED: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 068. CARGILL INCORPORATED: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 068. TYSON FOODS INC: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 069. TYSON FOODS INC: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 070. TYSON FOODS INC: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 071. TYSON FOODS INC: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 071. ADM ANIMAL NUTRITION: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 072. ADM ANIMAL NUTRITION: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 073. ADM ANIMAL NUTRITION: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 074. ADM ANIMAL NUTRITION: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 074. SOUTHERN STATES: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 075. SOUTHERN STATES: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 076. SOUTHERN STATES: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 077. SOUTHERN STATES: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 077. NUTRECO: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 078. NUTRECO: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 079. NUTRECO: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 080. NUTRECO: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 080. ANIPRO FEEDS: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 081. ANIPRO FEEDS: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 082. ANIPRO FEEDS: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 083. ANIPRO FEEDS: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS
TABLE 083. OTHER MAJOR PLAYERS: SNAPSHOT
TABLE 084. OTHER MAJOR PLAYERS: BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
TABLE 085. OTHER MAJOR PLAYERS: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
TABLE 086. OTHER MAJOR PLAYERS: KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 001. YEARS CONSIDERED FOR ANALYSIS
FIGURE 002. SCOPE OF THE STUDY
FIGURE 003. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET OVERVIEW BY REGIONS
FIGURE 004. PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
FIGURE 005. BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS
FIGURE 006. COMPETITIVE RIVALRYFIGURE 007. THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS
FIGURE 008. THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES
FIGURE 009. VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS
FIGURE 010. PESTLE ANALYSIS
FIGURE 011. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET OVERVIEW BY SOURCE
FIGURE 012. AMMONIA MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 013. UREA MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 014. BIURET MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 015. AMMONIUM SALTS MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 016. OTHERS MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 017. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET OVERVIEW BY FORM
FIGURE 018. DRY {POWDER MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 019. PELLETS} MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 020. LIQUID MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 021. NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET OVERVIEW BY LIVESTOCK
FIGURE 022. CATTLE MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 023. SWINE MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 024. SHEEP MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 025. GIRAFFE MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 026. BUFFALOES MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 027. OTHER RUMINANTS MARKET OVERVIEW (2016-2028)
FIGURE 028. NORTH AMERICA NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET OVERVIEW BY COUNTRY (2016-2028)
FIGURE 029. EUROPE NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET OVERVIEW BY COUNTRY (2016-2028)
FIGURE 030. ASIA PACIFIC NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET OVERVIEW BY COUNTRY (2016-2028)
FIGURE 031. MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET OVERVIEW BY COUNTRY (2016-2028)
FIGURE 032. SOUTH AMERICA NON-PROTEIN NITROGEN IN FEED MARKET OVERVIEW BY COUNTRY (2016-2028)

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Frequently Asked Questions :

What would be the forecast period in the Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market research report?

The forecast period in the Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market research report is 2022-2028.

Who are the key players in Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market?

Alltech (US), Yara International (Norway), The Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan (Canada), Kaydeefeed (US), Kemin Industries Inc (US), Molatek (South Africa), Land O'Lakes Inc (US), Cargill Incorporated (US), Tyson Foods Inc (US), ADM Animal Nutrition (US), Southern States (US), Nutreco (Netherlands), Anipro Feeds (US), and other major players.

What are the segments of the Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market?

The Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market is segmented into source, form, livestock, and region. By Source, the market is categorized into Ammonia, Urea, Biuret, Ammonium Salts, and Others. By Form, the market is categorized into Dry {Powder, Pellets}, and Liquid. By Livestock, the market is categorized into Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Giraffe, Buffaloes, and Other Ruminants. By region, it is analyzed across North America (U.S.; Canada; Mexico), Europe (Germany; U.K.; France; Italy; Russia; Spain, etc.), Asia-Pacific (China; India; Japan; Southeast Asia, etc.), South America (Brazil; Argentina, etc.), Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia; South Africa, etc.).

What is the Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market?

Non-protein nitrogen (NPN) is a less expensive form of protein that is recently being used in animal nutrition as feed. These are non-protein components thereof no use for humans but microbiota present in the gut of animals helps them to convert these non-protein components in protein form and are then absorbed.

How big is the Non-protein Nitrogen in Feed Market?

The Non-protein Nitrogen in Feeds Market was valued at USD 1.56 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 2.08 Billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 4.20% from 2022 to 2028.