Feed Non-Protein Nitrogen Market is anticipated to grow between 2023-2032 due to the rising livestock disease outbreak across the globe. Livestock illnesses impact a significant set of issues in livestock production systems. These include adverse effects on human health, loss of productivity, food insecurity, and economic losses. Improved animal husbandry techniques can reduce these illnesses by livestock disease management, which is anticipated to spur the demand for feed non-protein nitrogen in the estimated timeframe.

According to credible reports, the majority of world’s non-protein nitrogen (NPN) usage in animal feeds, approximately 84%, is consumed in China, followed by the United States, and Central and South America.

Key players operating in the feed non-protein nitrogen industry are incorporating strategic initiatives such as partnerships, mergers, acquisitions, and new product launches to gain a competitive advantage in the market. For instance, in 2021, ADM successfully acquired Deerland Probiotics & Enzymes, a trusted global provider of dietary supplements. With this acquisition, ADM plans to strengthen its innovation leadership in dietary supplements and functional foods and serve customers in a better way across the globe.

Overall, the feed non-protein nitrogen industry is segmented in terms of product, form, livestock, and region.

Based on the product, the others segment is estimated to be valued at USD 20 million through 2032. The growth will majorly be attributed to the rising use of products such as biurets for animal feed products. Biuret is used as a non-protein nitrogen resource in ruminant feed, where gut microorganisms transform it into protein. Besides, factors such as an increase in meat consumption, growth in the dairy industry, a rise in cattle population, rising R&D in the feed industry, and the adoption of encapsulation technology will contribute to the growing industry share.

By form, the dry segment is slated to hold a substantial share during 2023–2032, owing to the definite advantages offered by dry feeds. Dry feeds help boost the nutritional value and the ability to convert low-quality fodder into efficient and economical methods.

In terms of livestock, the poultry segment is anticipated to exhibit 3% CAGR through 2032. According to a credible study, some monogastric animals are now capable of utilizing nitrogen from N.P.N. sources to a limited extent, which is anticipated to positively assist the segment to grow in the future.

Regionally, Europe feed non-protein nitrogen market will showcase sturdy growth by 2032 end. The regional market growth can be ascribed to the rising inclination toward the consumption of protein-rich meat & dairy products coupled with a robust market for feed additives. Besides, the presence of leading players that are constantly innovating the latest products to enhance the quality of livestock will positively influence the overall industry outlook.