“The global market for cattle feed and feed additives will grow from $31.3 billion in 2017 to $34.2 billion by 2022, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.8% for the period of 2017-2022.” Cattle Feed and Feed Additives: Global Markets to 2022, Report Highlight, BCC Research


Enterprise Ireland clients can access a wide range of market research reports analysing the Animal Feeds market at the Market Research Centre. Below is a list of just some of the reports available;


BCC Research

  • Cattle Feeds and Feed Additives: Global Markets to 2022
  • Compound Feeds and Additives – Global Markets
  • Global Markets for Animal Therapeutics and Diagnostics

Frost & Sullivan

  • Global Animal Feed Probiotic Market, Forecast to 2022
  • Global Animal Feed Protein, Forecast to 2022
  • Global Animal Feed Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) and Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) Market, Forecast to 2021
  • Australian Aquaculture Feed Additives Market, Forecast to 2020
  • Insect Proteins for Animal Feed – Industrial Bioprocessing TOE


  • Other Pet Food (Country Reports)
  • Cat Food (Country Reports)
  • Dog Food (Country Reports)

IBISWorld (U.S. Market)

  • Farm Animal Feed Production
  • Animal Food Production
  • Hay and Crop Farming
  • Farm Supplies Wholesaling

Plimsoll (U.K. Benchmarking Reports)

  • Animal Feeds
  • Pet Food Manufacturing


Company listings are a way of identifying potential customers, collaborators, and competitors. Read our blog on Company Information to see which databases can be used to find information on companies in the Animal Feeds market.


Enterprise Ireland clients wishing to view any of the above reports can contact the Market Research Centre at market.research@enterprise-ireland.com to make an appointment. The Market Research Centre is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. Clients can view the list of databases the Market Research Centre has access to here.

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