1 INTRODUCTION 19
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 19
1.2 MARKET DEFINITION 19
1.3 MARKET SEGMENTATION 20
1.3.1 REGIONS COVERED 20
1.3.2 PERIODIZATION CONSIDERED 21
1.4 CURRENCY CONSIDERED 21
1.5 VOLUME UNIT CONSIDERED 22
1.6 STAKEHOLDERS 22

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 23
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 23
2.1.1 SECONDARY DATA 24
2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA 24
2.1.2.1 Breakdown of primary interviews 24
2.2 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 25
2.3 DATA TRIANGULATION 27
2.4 RESEARCH ASSUMPTIONS 28
2.5 LIMITATIONS 28

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 29

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 34
4.1 OPPORTUNITIES IN THE ANIMAL DISINFECTANTS MARKET 34
4.2 ANIMAL DISINFECTANTS MARKET, BY TYPE 35
4.3 EUROPE: ANIMAL DISINFECTANTS MARKET, BY FORM & COUNTRY 36
4.4 ANIMAL DISINFECTANTS MARKET, BY APPLICATION 36
4.5 ANIMAL DISINFECTANTS MARKET, BY REGION 37

5 MARKET OVERVIEW 38
5.1 INTRODUCTION 38
5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS 38
5.2.1 DRIVERS 39
5.2.1.1 Rise in incidences of diseases in livestock 39
5.2.1.2 Growth in livestock production driving the usage of animal hygiene products 41
5.2.1.3 Increase in regulations concerning terminal disinfection to curb potential outbreaks 42
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5.2.2 RESTRAINTS 42
5.2.2.1 High costs and long duration associated with the development of disinfectant compounds 42
5.2.2.2 High entry barriers for players 43
5.2.3 OPPORTUNITIES 43
5.2.3.1 Increase in consumer preference for biological disinfectants 43
5.2.4 CHALLENGES 43
5.2.4.1 Low usage due to lack of awareness about standard operating procedures 43
5.3 VALUE CHAIN 44
5.4 REGULATORY FRAMEWORK 45
5.5 INTERNATIONAL BODIES FOR AGRICULTURE SAFETY STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS 45
5.5.1 US DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (USDA) 45
5.5.2 CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION AGENCY (CFIA) 47
5.5.3 EUROPEAN COMMISSION 49
5.5.4 FOOD SAFETY AND STANDARDS AUTHORITY OF INDIA (FSSAI) 49
5.5.5 FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION (FAO) 49
5.5.6 MINISTRY OF ECONOMY, TRADE, AND INDUSTRY (JAPAN) 50

6 ANIMAL DISINFECTANTS MARKET, BY TYPE 52
6.1 INTRODUCTION 53
6.2 IODINE 55
6.2.1 IODINE ACTS AS A DISINFECTANT IN ACIDIC MEDIA, AFFECTING BACTERIAL, VIRAL, AND SPORE GROWTH 55
6.3 LACTIC ACID 57
6.3.1 EFFECTIVE ACTION AGAINST BACTERIA MAKES LACTIC ACID DISINFECTANT SUITABLE FOR SURFACE CLEANING 57
6.4 HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 58
6.4.1 RAPID BACTERIAL ACTIVITY MAKE HYDROGEN PEROXIDE ONE OF THE EFFECTIVE DISINFECTANTS 58
6.5 PHENOLIC ACID 59
6.5.1 EFFECTIVE PENETRATING PROPERTY OF ORGANIC ACIDS MAKES THEM USEFUL IN THE DISINFECTION OF EQUIPMENT 59
6.6 PERACETIC ACID 60
6.6.1 DISINFECTION OF ANIMAL FARMS REMAINS ONE OF THE MAJOR APPLICATIONS OF PERACETIC ACID 60
6.7 QUATERNARY COMPOUNDS 62
6.7.1 THE DEMAND FOR QUATERNARY COMPOUNDS REMAINS HIGH DUE TO THEIR NON-TOXIC AND BIODEGRADABLE NATURE 62
6.8 CHLORINE 63
6.8.1 BLEACHING AND GERMICIDAL PROPERTIES OF CHLORINE MAKES IT ONE OF THE MOST PREFERRED DISINFECTANTS 63
6.9 CHLORINE DIOXIDE 64
6.9.1 FAST DISINFECTION AND REDUCTION OF BAD TASTE IN WATER DRIVES THE MARKET FOR CHLORINE DIOXIDE IN LIVESTOCK 64
6.10 CHLOROHEXIDINE 65
6.10.1 LOW TOXICITY OF CHLOROHEXIDINE MAKES IT A COMPETITIVE DISINFECTANT IN THE MARKET 65
6.11 GLUT-QUAT MIXES 66
6.11.1 GLUTRALDEHYDE IS USED FOR DISINFECTING LIVESTOCK BARNS 66
6.12 GLYCOLIC ACID 67
6.12.1 APPLICATION IN DISINFECTING EQUIPMENT DRIVES THE MARKET FOR GLYCOLIC ACID 67
6.13 OTHERS 68
6.13.1 ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTIVIRAL PROPERTIES OF OTHER DISINFECTANTS MAKE THEM COMPETITIVE IN THE MARKET 68

7 ANIMAL DISINFECTANTS MARKET, BY FORM 69
7.1 INTRODUCTION 70
7.2 POWDER 71
7.2.1 EASE OF STORAGE AND HANDLING IS DRIVING THE MARKET FOR THE POWDER FORM OF ANIMAL DISINFECTANTS 71
7.3 LIQUID 72
7.3.1 LIQUID FORMS EXPERIENCE INCREASED MARKET ADOPTION DUE TO THEIR EASY AVAILABILITY, LOW COST, AND WATER-SOLUBLE NATURE 72

8 ANIMAL DISINFECTANTS MARKET, BY APPLICATION 73
8.1 INTRODUCTION 74
8.2 DAIRY CLEANING 78
8.2.1 CIP 78
8.2.1.1 Increase in hygiene concerns and the need for effective cleaning to drive the demand for CIP products 78
8.2.2 PIPELINES 78
8.2.2.1 The demand for alkaline and non-foaming detergents to drive the demand for pipeline cleaning products 78
8.2.3 BULK TANKS 79
8.2.3.1 Removal of milk fats and storage cleaning to drive the adoption of bulk tank cleaning solutions 79
8.2.4 MILKING SYSTEMS 79
8.2.4.1 Increase in cattle heads and milk pools to drive the demand for milking system disinfectants 79
8.3 SWINE 79
8.3.1 TERMINAL BIOSECURITY 80
8.3.1.1 Losses due to African swine fever (ASF) drive the demand for terminal biosecurity measures in Europe 80
8.3.1.1.1 Surface disinfection housing 80
8.3.1.1.2 Equipment 80
8.3.1.1.3 Water lines 80
8.3.1.1.4 Aerial disinfection 81
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8.3.2 CONTINUOUS BIOSECURITY 81
8.3.2.1 Rise in regional demand for swine products and strict regulatory policies drive the demand for continuous biosecurity in swine farming 81
8.3.2.1.1 Hand sanitation 81
8.3.2.1.2 Foot baths 81
8.3.2.1.3 Drinking water 82
8.3.2.1.4 Vehicle 82
8.4 POULTRY 82
8.4.1 TERMINAL BIOSECURITY 83
8.4.1.1 High chemical efficacy and intensive farming to drive the demand for terminal biosecurity procedures in poultry farming 83
8.4.1.1.1 Surface disinfection housing 83
8.4.1.1.2 Equipment 83
8.4.1.1.3 Water lines 83
8.4.1.1.4 Aerial disinfection 83
8.4.2 CONTINUOUS BIOSECURITY 84
8.4.2.1 Increasing incidences of avian influenza and coccidiosis have led farmers to seek preventive continuous biosecurity measures for poultry 84
8.4.2.1.1 Hand sanitation 84
8.4.2.1.2 Footbaths 84
8.4.2.1.3 Drinking water 84
8.4.2.1.4 Vehicle 84
8.5 EQUINE 85
8.5.1 TERMINAL BIOSECURITY 85
8.5.1.1 Stable maintenance and equine disinfection procedures to drive the demand for terminal biosecurity in equine farming 85
8.5.1.1.1 Surface disinfection housing 86
8.5.1.1.2 Equipment 86
8.5.1.1.3 Water lines 86
8.5.1.1.4 Aerial disinfection 86
8.5.2 CONTINUOUS BIOSECURITY 86
8.5.2.1 Disease prevention programs and high livestock value to drive the demand for continuous biosecurity in equine farms 86
8.5.2.1.1 Hand sanitation 87
8.5.2.1.2 Footbaths 87
8.5.2.1.3 Drinking water 87
8.5.2.1.4 Vehicle 87
8.6 DAIRY & RUMINANTS 87
8.6.1 TEAT DIPS 88
8.6.1.1 Concerns over dairy cattle health and mastitis threat to drive the demand for teat dips 88
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8.6.2 HOOF CARE 88
8.6.2.1 Availability of biological alternatives and regulatory requirements to drive the demand for hoof care among cattle farmers 88
8.7 AQUACULTURE 88
8.7.1 SURFACE DISINFECTION 89
8.7.1.1 Increase in commercial aquaculture activities along the European coastline to drive the demand for surface disinfection solutions 89
8.7.2 CONTINUOUS DISINFECTION 89
8.7.2.1 Rise in aquaculture activities in fresh and salt water to drive the demand for continuous disinfection solutions 89
9 ANIMAL DISINFECTANTS MARKET, BY REGION 90
9.1 INTRODUCTION 91
9.2 NORTH AMERICA 92
9.2.1 US 94
9.2.1.1 Large-scale processing facilities and increase in focus on domestic production to drive the demand for animal disinfectants in the US 94
9.2.2 CANADA 96
9.2.2.1 High export demand and industry standards to encourage the use of disinfectants in Canadian livestock farms 96
9.2.3 MEXICO 97
9.2.3.1 Favorable government regulations and export requirements to drive the growth of the animal disinfectants market in Mexico 97
9.3 EUROPE 98
9.3.1 FRANCE 101
9.3.1.1 High hygiene standards and industry regulations support the adoption of disinfectants among the French livestock farmers 101
9.3.2 GERMANY 103
9.3.2.1 High livestock production and export to neighboring countries drive the demand for animal disinfectants 103
9.3.3 SPAIN 104
9.3.3.1 High rate of production of swine and greater focus on aquaculture to increase the demand for animal disinfectants 104
9.3.4 UK 105
9.3.4.1 Large-scale intensive livestock farming to fuel the demand for animal disinfectants in the UK livestock market 105
9.3.5 ITALY 106
9.3.5.1 Dairy production and export of beef products to positively influence the demand for animal disinfectants 106
9.3.6 REST OF EUROPE 108
9.4 ASIA PACIFIC 108
9.4.1 CHINA 112
9.4.1.1 Growth in focus on animal hygiene to drive the market growth 112
9.4.2 JAPAN 113
9.4.2.1 Regulatory imposition of the usage of biosecurity measures to drive the market adoption of animal disinfectants 113
9.4.3 AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 114
9.4.3.1 Increase in exports to drive the need for maintaining animal hygiene 114
9.4.4 INDIA 115
9.4.4.1 Traditional regulations are restricting the market growth for disinfectants 115
9.4.5 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC 116
9.4.5.1 Rise in exports of livestock products to drive the demand for animal disinfectants 116
9.5 SOUTH AMERICA 117
9.5.1 BRAZIL 119
9.5.1.1 Strong meat exports and increase in biosecurity regulations to support disinfectant use in brazil 119
9.5.2 ARGENTINA 120
9.5.2.1 Unfavorable weather conditions and increase in feedlots improve ruminant outlook in Argentina 120
9.5.3 REST OF SOUTH AMERICA 121
9.6 REST OF THE WORLD 122
9.6.1 AFRICA 125
9.6.1.1 Impact of African swine fever and government intervention support disinfectant adoption in Africa 125
9.6.2 MIDDLE EAST 126
9.6.2.1 Strong regulatory framework and increased foreign investments for local livestock production drive the prospects for animal disinfectants in the middle east 126

10 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 128
10.1 OVERVIEW 128
10.2 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING 129
10.2.1 VISIONARY LEADERS 129
10.2.2 INNOVATORS 129
10.2.3 DYNAMIC DIFFERENTIATORS 129
10.2.4 EMERGING COMPANIES 129
10.3 STRENGTH OF PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 131
10.4 BUSINESS STRATEGY EXCELLENCE 132
10.5 RANKING OF KEY PLAYERS, 2018 134
10.6 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO 134
10.6.1 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES, APPROVALS, AND DISCONTINUATIONS 134
10.6.2 EXPANSIONS 136
10.6.3 ACQUISITIONS, MERGERS, AND SPIN-OFFS 136
10.6.4 PARTNERSHIPS 137
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11 COMPANY PROFILES 138
(Business overview, Products offered, Recent developments, SWOT analysis & MnM View)*
11.1 NEOGEN CORPORATION 138
11.2 GEA 142
11.3 LANXESS AG 145
11.4 KERSIA GROUP 148
11.5 ZOETIS 151
11.6 VIROX ANIMAL HEALTH 153
11.7 CID LINES 154
11.8 THESEO GROUP 157
11.9 EVANS VANODINE 159
11.10 KRKA 161
11.11 DIVERSEY 162
11.12 EVONIK INDUSTRIES 164
11.13 FINK TEC GMBH 166
11.14 LABORATOIRE M2 169
11.15 DELAVAL INC. 171
*Details on Business overview, Products offered, Recent developments, SWOT analysis & MnM View might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.
The companies are listed in no particular order, but as a representation of the market’s ecosystem.

12 APPENDIX 173
12.1 DISCUSSION GUIDE 173
12.2 KNOWLEDGE STORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS’ SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL 177
12.3 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS 179
12.4 RELATED REPORTS 179
12.5 AUTHOR DETAILS 180