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Austria-based Delacon makes phytogenic feed additives, which use ingredients like herbs, spices, and other plants to improve animal performance.
In conclusion, the result of the present study revealed that culinary and medicinal herbs had multiple additional potentials compared to antibiotic feed additives and can be used as alternative to antibiotic feed additives.
Phytogenic feed additives feed additives Market: Drivers & Restraints
Anpario is an international producer and distributor of natural feed additives for animal health, hygiene and nutrition.
Innovative products such as gut health promoters are projected to boost the cattle feed additives market"
The global animal feed additives segment recorded an annual growth rate of 3.
Animal feed additives are pharmaceutical or nutritional substances which are not of natural origin and are added to prepared and stored feeds.
The firm said the deal brings another strong trading brand and broadens its product technology and increases global market share in the feed additive sector.
30 March 2012 - British natural feed additives supplier Anpario plc (LON:ANP) said on Friday it had taken over Meriden Animal Health Limited, a domestic provider of natural animal feed additives to the agriculture and aquaculture sectors with a strong presence in China, in a move to gain more presence in that growing market.
We also started the selective introduction of our Taminizer[R] D, another new feed additive that improves feed conversion and a first result of an intensive collaboration with leading universities to discover new amine-based feed additives.
GIS says the market will be primarily driven by factors such as the ever increasing number of health conscious individuals, growing number of medicated as well as non-medicated applications for poultry, pig, aquaculture, companion animals and ruminant feed, and focus of market participants on innovative feed additives.