Feed Binders Market: Segments, Opportunity, Growth and Forecast by End-Use Industry 2015-2021

Published By:Zion Market Research

Feed Binders Market - Global Industry
Perspective,Comprehensive Analysis and
Forecast, 2015 – 2021

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Feed Binders Market

Feed binders are products that are used to bind or hold the various feed components
together into stabilized feed form. Some binders are made by cereal grains or plants
and offer nutrients to the diet. There are some techniques involved in feed binding such
as pelleting, steaming/cooking, gelatinize or partially gelatinize natural starches in the
feed ingredients which help to bind the feed together. Feed binders are mainly used in
animal feed to produce safe products, nutritious and better pellets which results in
improved digestion in animals.

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The feed binders market is mainly driven by increasing consumption of non- vegetarian
food. Furthermore, increase in the demand for pellet shaped feed among the
manufacturers of animal feed is expected to drive the market growth in the years to
come. Moreover, the increasing concern for animal health globally is also a key factor

Feed Binders Market
contributing to the growth of the market within the forecast period. However, the high
cost of raw materials for feed binders may hamper the market growth in the near
future. Nonetheless, strong demand for compound feed is expected to open up new
growth avenues in the years to come.
The report covers forecast and analysis for the feed binders market on a global and
regional level. The study provides historic data of 2015 along with a forecast from 2015
to 2021 based on revenue (USD Million). The report also offers detailed competitive...