DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Veterinary Artificial Insemination Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report by Animal Type (Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Canine, Equine, Others), by Product (Normal Semen, Sexed Semen), by End-use, by Region, and Segment Forecasts, 2020 - 2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The global veterinary artificial insemination market size is expected to reach USD 5.86 billion by 2027, expanding at a CAGR of 5.78% from 2020 to 2027.
The market for artificial insemination (AI) is anticipated to witness a rise in demand owing to increasing consumption of animal protein and growing demand for high cattle productivity & milk yield. To fulfill the continuously increasing demand, market players are adopting artificial insemination to breed high-quality livestock and enhance production. The demand has increased over the years, owing to the rising prevalence of various animal diseases, such as zoonotic diseases, and the growing adoption of companion animals.
According to Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) publication 2019, livestock contributed almost 40% of the global value of agricultural output in developed countries and 20% in the developing ones, and it provides food security and livelihood to more than 1.3 billion people worldwide. Favorable government regulations, intended to improve productivity, are also leading to growth; For instance, the Indian government approved an Agriculture Export Policy in 2018 to enhance agricultural economic growth in the nation. The new policy is aimed at boosting India's agricultural output to USD 60 billion by 2022 and USD 100 billion with a predictable foreign policy framework in the next few years.
The market follows the standards set by the International Society of Artificial Insemination (ISAG) and leading animal research laboratories, such as The University of California Davis (U.C. Davis). The ISAG standard panel consists of 18 STR markers and any company in artificial insemination needs to follow the panel and standard set by the authority. However, increasing population is expected to pose a continuous challenge to food availability and animal protein requirement, aiding the growth of the market.
- Cattle segment was the largest revenue-generating segment in 2019, owing to the increasing consumption of milk and its products in Asian countries.
- The normal semen segment accounted for the largest revenue share in the products segment in 2019, owing to the low cost of the procedure.
- In the end-user segment, the animal husbandry accounted for the largest share and is expected to maintain its dominance throughout the forecast period. The growth can be attributed to the maximum number of semen collection procedures performed under these facilities.
- Sexed semen usage is expected to show the fastest growth during the forecast period. In 2016, ST Genetics produced 4 million X chromosome into an AI straw. The company sells sexed semen for five species of animals, including cattle, deer, sheep, horses, and goats. The rate of semen straws ranges between USD 65 and USD 250 for a piece as of 2018, depending on the quality, species, and use of the animal.
- Asia Pacific was the leading regional sector and accounted for the largest revenue share in 2019, mainly due to the large cattle population in the region.
- Some of the major players are Genus Plc, Select Sire, Semex, Swine Genetics, Hendrix Genetics Corporate, and Animal Genetics among others.
Market driver analysis
- Reducing cost of maintaining a bull
- Increased Efficiency
- Improving animals' Productivity
- Increasing consumer awareness about benefits of animal protein
Market restraint analysis
- Negative Impact OF artificial insemination In Genetic Diversity
- Stringent Regulatory policies
- Swine Genetics International
- Select Sires, Inc.
- Cooperative Resource International (GENEX)
- Genus plc. (ABS Global)
- Viking Genetics
- Polar Genetics India Private Limited
- Fox Fire Farm
- Xcell Breeding & Livestock Services Private Limited
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