DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/85hssl/global) has announced the addition of the "Global Anti-Coccidial Drugs Market In Animal Health - Global Trends And Forecasts - (2015-20)" report to their offering.
The increase in global population and also in the per capita global consumption of meat, the increased adoption of intensive farming methods is estimated to drive the market for anticoccidials to $24.33 billion by the year 2020. The Asia pacific region is set to be the highest contributor in terms of total revenue in this market by the year 2020.
The countries set to be major contributors from this region are China, India, Japan, Australia etc. The growth in the North American and European markets is set to be stagnant due to the stagnated market and government restrictions.
The veterinary antibiotic market the market for food producing animals account for nearly 80 % of the total market in 2015 this has increased the demand for anticoccidial drugs, largely due to the increased incidences of coccidiosis and other protozoan parasite based diseases that infects majorly food producing organism but are not limited to them.
In poultry and cattle markets the incidence of coccidiosis has cost the millions of dollars in treatment and preventive care being given. Also the trend of owning companion animals is also contributing to the increasing use of anitcoccidials, as dogs , cats and occasionally even horses are prone to coccidiosis and if left untreated it could lead to the death of the animal
Key Topics Covered:
2. Market Definition
3. Market Drivers
4. Market Restraints
5. Market opportunities
6. Anti Coccidial drugs
7. Region wise analysis of anticoccidial market ( Market size, Forecast and CAGR)
8. Segmentation by Animal Type - anticoccidial market ( Market size, Forecast and CAGR)
9 The future of anticoccidial market
10 Competitive Landscape
11 Company Profiles
- Bayer Health care Animal Healthcare division
- Merck Animal Healthcares
- Boehringer Ingolheim Animal Health
Novartis Animal Healthcare
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