Global Swine Health Market Segmented By Animal Diseases, Diagnostic Market, Genetics & By Geography - Trends & Forecasts 2014-2019
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|世界における豚の保健市場の動向・予測：動物疾病、診断市場、遺伝学、および地域別の区分 Global Swine Health Market Segmented By Animal Diseases, Diagnostic Market, Genetics & By Geography - Trends & Forecasts 2014-2019|
|出版日: 2016年01月01日||ページ情報: 英文||
The Global market for Swine Health is currently estimated to be valued at $1303 million for the year 2015 and is poised to reach $2458 million by the end of 2020. The CAGR during this period of forecast is 13.52%.
Swine disease outbreaks in the US and Europe are starting to reshape the global market. Estimated pig population in 2010 was 966 million, and with countries like China boosting production, the number is set to rise rapidly in the years to come. Although Pork consumption in the US has reduced, rising demand from emerging economies like China more than makes up for the loss in consumption. Even on the supply side, China has created opportunities for smallholder farmers to produce protein sources to meet domestic demand, bolstering swine rearing in the country.
Also, focus on prevention of infectious diseases and recent developments in the swine health market are the major driving factors for the market to grow. Many companies are coming up with different tests and diagnosis tools that can easily be used on the farm. With emerging markets moving from swine rearing in backyards and farms to an intensive animal husbandry model, more is being demanded from and of swine healthcare products and services.
Currently, North America leads the Global market for Swine Health, followed by Europe because it has the most advanced demand from both consumers and regulators for antibiotic free meat. However, developing regions like Asia-pacific and Africa are expected to grow rapidly, forming a new revenue pockets in the market because of increasing population which in turn is going to increase the demand of meat. Japan has banned the import of pork with detectable traces of antibiotics and this is fueling a shift in global practices. In India, total Swine population, while small has grown consistently over the last years. India is not a large producer of pork products because of backyard operations, limited commercial farming but government is taking up steps to improve the swine health.
The Global Swine Health market is segmented by disease (FMD, paracites, mange mites, lice, roundworms), by diagnostics (Enzyme Linked Sorbent Assay (ELISA), Rapid Immuno migration (RIM), and Agar Gel Immuno diffusion (AGID)), by molecular diagnostic tests (PCR, diagnostic imaging, ultrasound imaging, MRI), by genetics and by geography, the market is divided into North America, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Europe, South America, Middleeast and Africa (MEA).
Increase in pet ownership, improved nutrition, intensifying consumer focus on food safety, greater livestock production rates and increasing foodborne diseases are the major factors contributing to the growth of the swine Health market.
However, scarcity of arable land and water, increased competition for cultivated land and cost effective production are the factors hindering the growth of the market.