Published April 2022
The increasing world demand for protein has resulted in increasing commercial animal production, and inorganic phosphate supplements play an important role in the animal feed industry, which supply essential minerals for the development of strong teeth and bones in poultry, swine, cattle, and pets.
Global consumption of feed phosphates will continue to grow driven primarily by developing markets in Asia, particularly Southeast Asia, mainland China and the Indian Subcontinent. The increasing demand for protein has resulted in increasing commercial animal production, and inorganic phosphate supplements play an important role in the animal feed industry.
The following pie chart shows world consumption of feed-grade calcium phosphates:
Global capacity and production are led by mainland China. There has been continued capacity rationalization over the past few years due to overcapacity and high production costs.
This report provides an excellent insight into the global market for animal feed phosphates, as well as the major product forms and their supply and demand fundamentals. It has been compiled using primary industry research and brings together elements of other S&P Global reports in the Chemical Economics Handbook (CEH) suite of phosphate chemical-related reports.
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S&P Global’s Chemical Economics Handbook – Animal Feeds: Phosphate Supplements is the comprehensive and trusted guide for anyone seeking information on this industry. This latest report details global and regional information, including
S&P Global’s Chemical Economics Handbook – Animal Feeds: Phosphate Supplements has been compiled using primary interviews with key suppliers and organizations, and leading representatives from the industry in combination with S&P Global’s unparalleled access to upstream and downstream market intelligence and expert insights into industry dynamics, trade, and economics.
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