According to IMARC Group’s latest report, titled “United States Swine Feed Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026”, The United States swine feed market is currently witnessing moderate growth. Swine feed refers to the processed, semi-processed, and raw food items consumed by pigs. It is generally made by combining soybean, natural corn, and wheat-based ingredients. Swine feed aids in enhancing the quality of pork and maintaining the health of pigs by minimizing the risk of infections, metabolic disorders, acidosis, etc.

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The rising demand for pig meat, as it is cheaper, highly nutritious, and contains lesser cholesterol in comparison to beef and other meat products, is primarily augmenting the growth of the United States swine feed market. Furthermore, several manufacturers are introducing vitamin supplements and other essential nutrients in the swine feed to enhance the quality and texture of the pork. Additionally, the increasing awareness towards various nutritional benefits of swine feed has resulted in the growing number of swine feed mills in the United States. Besides this, the elevating demand for organic pig meat is anticipated to further propel the market for swine feed in the United States over the forecasted period. Looking forward, the United States Swine Feed market is expected to continue its moderate growth during the forecast period (2021-2026).

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Market Segmentation:

Breakup by Product Type:

  • Grower

  • Starter

  • Sow

  • Others 

Breakup by Feed Essence:

  • Vitamins

  • Antioxidants

  • Feed Acidifiers

  • Feed enzymes

  • Amino acids

  • Others
     

Breakup by Feed Additive Type:

  • Zootechnical Feed Additives

  • Sensory Feed Additives 

  • Nutritional Feed Additives
     

 Breakup by Region:

  • Northeast

  • Midwest

  • South

  • West

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  • Market Outlook (2021-2026)

  • Market Trends

  • Market Drivers and Success Factors

  • The Impact of COVID-19 on the Global Market

  • Value Chain Analysis

  • Structure of the Global Market

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