Research Report on Feeding Probiotics Industry in China

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Brief Introduction:

Microecologics, also known as Probiotics, is a kind of biological agents or living bacteria preparation, which is made of normal microorganism or growth-promoting substance for microorganism. Probiotics has many kinds of functions, such as no toxicity, no residual, improving intestinal environment, promoting growth and enhancing animal immunity. In the 1980’s, the disadvantage of antibiotic products was being known by the public gradually. So, as an alternative, Probiotics had been widely used in livestock production in the western countries. The research and application of Probiotics in China started late. After 20-year market cultivation, Probiotics was being accepted and tried by Chinese feed mills and farms gradually. Probiotic Products have a high producing profit, up to 40-70%, and low barriers to entry. So in recent years, not only traditional Probiotics producig enterprises such as Boly-lely, KDN, and Star-Cooperate expand production, accelerate technology and product research, but also, feeding companies like Haida Group, Dabeinong, Hengxing, and Zhengbang enter into this sector. The feeding Probiotics industry in China is still in its infancy. At present, there are about 400 manufacturers in this industry. However, most of them are small-medium scale factories, with annual sales of below 5 million RMB, and there are only less 10 big enterprises with annual sales of over 100 million RMB. For the past few years, the public in China pay more and more attention to food safety issues, the agricultural administration officers increase management on the behavior of antibiotics overuse, and the consciousness of healthy farming is accepted gradually. The demand of feeding Probiotics is increasing quickly, presenting broad market prospects. In 2012, China’s Probiotics sales was about 150,000 tons, and market scale reached nearly 4 billion RMB. In 2016, China’s Probiotics demand increased to 200,000 tons, while market scale reached 5.4 billion RMB. This report will focus on the following questions: (1) The demand status of feeding Probiotics products in China. (2) The application pattern, price acceptance and evaluation of farms and feed mills towards Probiotics. (3) Market potential of Probiotics in the future. (4) The features of present competitive enterprises in terms of product, technology, marketing, operation, and so on. We plan to select farms of different sizes, feed mills, Probiotics manufactories, experts and government officers as the main targets of research, and take questionnaire survey and interviews methods. This report analyzes international and national environment, current demand situation and potential, competitive landscape and main manufactories. For those caring about China’s feeding Probiotics industry, this report provides systemic, comprehensive accurate and valuable references.

Table of Contents:

Part One: Analysis on Feeding Probiotics and Market Environment 
1 Feeding Probiotics and Development Overview  
1.1 Feeding Probiotics and Classification 
1.2 Main Functions and Action Mechanism of Feeding Probiotics
1.3 Application Overview of Feeding Probiotics in International and Domestic Market 
2 Market and Policy Environment of Feeding Probiotics in China 
2.1 Livestock Industry to Be Developing Qucikly
2.2 Environment Pollution to Be Serious
2.3 Food Safety Issue to Become a Growing Concern 
2.4 The 12th and 13th Five-Year Plan on Feed Industry: Enhancing Probiotics' Function in Improving Health Level of Animals
2.5 MOA to Supervise the Illegal Behavior of Antibiotics and Hormones Overuses
2.6 Revised <Feed and Feed Additive Administration Regulations> Further Specified Feed and Additive Usage.
2.7 <Feed Additive Varieties Directory (2013)> Specified 36 Usable Strains
Part Two: Analysis on Feeding Probiotics Production and Product Features
3 Product Features of Feeding Probiotics in China 
3.1 Strain Features of Feeding Probiotics Industry in China 
3.2 Applicable Livestock Breeds of Feeding Probiotics in China 
3.3 Technological Features of Feeding Probiotics Industry in China 
3.4 Product Development Direction of Feeding Probiotics in China 
4 Production Features of Feeding Probiotics in China
4.1 Production Capacity Variation of Feeding Probiotics Industry in China 
4.2 Supply Volume of Feeding Probiotics in China 
4.3 Production Concentration of Feeding Probiotics Industry in China
4.4 Production Profit and Intergration of Feeding Probiotics Industry in China
Part Three: Analysis on Demand Status and Demand Potential of Probiotics in China 
5 Demand Status and Demand Potential of Probiotics in Hog Producing
5.1 Variation of Hog Slaughtering and Scale Farming Status in China
5.2 Variation of Hog Industrial Feed Output and Structure 
5.3 Demand Features of Hog Farmers towards Feeding Probiotics  
5.4 Demand Features of Hog Industrial Feed Mills towards Feeding Probiotics  
5.5 Demand of Feeding Probiotics in Hog Producing and Prospects
6 Demand Status and Demand Potential of Probiotics in Aquiculture
6.1 Variation of Aquiculture Quantity and Breed Structure in China
6.2 Variation of Aquatic Industrial Feed Output and Structure 
6.3 Demand Features of Aquiculture Farmers towards Feeding Probiotics  
6.4 Demand Features of Aquatic Industrial Feed Mills towards Feeding Probiotics  
6.5 Demand of Feeding Probiotics in Aquiculture and Prospects  
7 Demand Status and Demand Potential of Probiotics in Meat Poultry Farming
7.1 Variation of Meat Poultry Farming and Scale Farming Status in China
7.2 Variation of Meat Poultry Industrial Feed Output and Structure 
7.3 Demand Features of Meat Poultry Farms for Feeding Probiotics  
7.4 Demand Features of Meat Poultry Industrial Feed Mills for Feeding Probiotics  
7.5 Demand of Feeding Probiotics in Meat Poultry Farming and Prospects  
8 Demand Status and Demand Potential of Probiotics in Egg Poultry Farming
8.1 Variation of Egg Poultry Farming and Scale Farming Status in China
8.2 Variation of Egg Poultry Industrial Feed Output and Structure 
8.3 Demand Features of Egg Poultry Farms for Feeding Probiotics  
8.4 Demand Features of Egg Poultry Industrial Feed Mills for Feeding Probiotics  
8.5 Demand of Feeding Probiotics in Egg Layer Farming and Prospects  
9 Demand Status and Demand Potential of Probiotics in Ruminant Farming
9.1 Variation of Cow Farming and Scale Farming Status in China
9.2 Variation of Ruminant Industrial Feed Output and Structure 
9.3 Demand Features of Ruminant Farms for Feeding Probiotics  
9.4 Demand Features of Ruminant Industrial Feed Mills for Feeding Probiotics  
9.5 Demand of Feeding Probiotics in Ruminant Farming and Prospects  
10 Summary and Prospects of Feeding Probiotics Demand in China
10.1 Demand Volume and Prospects of Feeding Probiotics in China
10.2 Market Size and Prospects of Feeding Probiotics in China
10.3 Feeding Probiotics Demand by Livestock Variety and Prospects in China
10.4 Feeding Probiotics Demand by Region in China
Part Four: Analysis on Main Manufacturers of Feeding Probiotics 
11 Angel Yeast Co., Ltd (FUBON)
11.1 Enterprise Overview
11.2 Production Capacity of Probiotics 
11.3 Main Strains and Technological Status
11.4 Main Product Types
11.5 Sales Channel
11.6 Sales and Product Market Share
12 Guangdong Haida Group
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13 Shandong Boly-lely Bioengineering Co., Ltd.
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14 KDN Biotech Co., Ltd.
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15 Guangdong Xipu Biotechnology Co., Ltd.
15.1 Enterprise Overview
15.2 Production Capacity of Probiotics 
15.3 Main Strains and Technological Status
15.4 Main Product Types
15.5 Sales Channel
15.6 Product Market Share
16 Tecon Group
16.1 Enterprise Overview
16.2 Production Capacity of Probiotics 
16.3 Main Strains and Technological Status
16.4 Main Product Types
16.5 Sales Analysis
16.6 Product Market Share
17 Dabeinong Group
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18 Guangzhou Juntai Bio-Feed Co., Ltd.
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19 Shanghai Chuangbo Ecological Engineering Co., Ltd.
19.1 Enterprise Overview
19.2 Production Capacity of Probiotics 
19.3 Main Strains and Technological Status
19.4 Main Product Types
19.5 Sales Analysis
19.6 Product Market Share
 
List of Maps
Map 1, Distribution of Hog Slaughter by Province in 2016
Map 2, Distribution of China’s Hog Feed Output by Province in 2016
Map 3, Distribution of Probiotics Consumption for Hog Farming by Province in 2016
Map 4, Distribution of Fresh Water Aquaculture Area by Province in 2016
Map 5, Distribution of Sea Water Aquaculture Area by Province in 2016
Map 6, Distribution of China’s Aquatic Feed Output by Province in 2016
Map 7, Distribution of Probiotics Consumption for Aquaculture by Province in 2016
Map 8, Distribution of Meat Poultry Output by Province in 2016
Map 9, Distribution of China’s Meat Poultry Feed Output by Province in 2016
Map 10, Distribution of Probiotics Consumption for Meat Poultry Farming by Province in 2016
Map 11, Distribution of Egg Output by Province in 2016
Map 12, Distribution of China’s Egg Poultry Feed Output by Province in 2016
Map 13, Distribution of Probiotics Consumption for Egg Poultry Farming by Province in 2016
Map 14, Distribution of Cow Inventory by Province in 2016
Map 15, Distribution of China’s Ruminant Feed Output by Province in 2016
Map 16, Distribution of Probiotics Consumption in Cow Farming by Province in 2016
Map 17, Distribution of Feed Probiotics Demand by Province in 2016
 
List of Figures
Fig. 1-1, Pollution Path of Livestock and Poultry Manure, 
Fig. 2-1, Variation in China’s Feed Probiotics Supply, 2000-2016
Fig. 3-1, Variation in China’s Hog Slaughter 2000-2016
Fig. 3-2, Scale Structure in China’s Hog Farming, 1998-2015
Fig. 3-3, Variation in Output of Hog’s Compound feed, Concentrate feed and Premix Feed in China, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-4, Variation in China’s Hog Feed Structure, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-5, Proportion of Probiotics Use-Patterns for Sow
Fig. 3-6, Using Popularity of Probiotics in Each Phase of Sow’s Farming Process
Fig. 3-7, Proportion of Probiotics Use-Patterns for Growing Pig
Fig. 3-8, Using Popularity of Probiotics in Each Stage of Growing Pig’s Farming Process
Fig. 3-9, Acceptable Cost Range of Probiotics by Hog Farms
Fig. 3-10, Effect Evaluation of Probiotics by Hog Farms
Fig. 3-11, Acceptable Cost Range of Probiotics by Hog Feed Mills
Fig. 3-12, Demand Volume and Structure of Probiotics for Hog Farming in China, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-13, Variation in China’s Gross Output of Aquatic Products, 2000-2016
Fig. 3-14, Output Structure of China’s Fishing and Aquaculture in 2016
Fig. 3-15, Output Structure of China’s Fresh Water and Sea Water Aquaculture in 2016
Fig. 3-16, Variety Structure of China’s Fresh Water and Sea Water Aquaculture Products in 2016
Fig. 3-17, Variation in Output of Aquatic Compound Feed, Concentrate Feed and Premix Feed in China, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-18, Variation in China’s Aquatic Feed Structure, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-19, Acceptable Price Range of Probiotics by Aquaculture Farms
Fig. 3-20, Effect Evaluation of Probiotics by Aquaculture Farms 
Fig. 3-21, Acceptable Cost Range of Probiotics by Aquatic Feed Mills
Fig. 3-22, Demand Volume and Structure of Probiotics in Aquaculture in China, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-23, Variation in China’s Meat Poultry Slaughter, 2000-2016
Fig. 3-24, Scale Structure in China’s Meat Poultry Farming, 2000-2015
Fig. 3-25, Variation in Output of Meat Poultry’s Compound Feed, Concentrate Feed and Premix Feed in China, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-26, Variation in China’s Meat Poultry Feed Structure, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-27, Using Popularity of Probiotics in Each Stage of Meat Poultry’s Farming Process
Fig. 3-28, Acceptable Cost Range of Probiotics by Meat Poultry Farms
Fig. 3-29, Effect Evaluation of Probiotics by Meat Poultry Farms
Fig. 3-30, Acceptable Cost Range of Probiotics by Meat Poultry Feed Mills
Fig. 3-31, Demand Volume and Structure of Probiotics in Meat Poultry Farming in China, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-32, Variation in China’s Egg Poultry Inventory, 2000-2016
Fig. 3-33, Scale Structure in China’s Egg Poultry Farming, 2000-2015
Fig. 3-34, Variation in Output of Egg Poultry’s Compound Feed, Concentrate Feed and Premix Feed in China, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-35, Variation in China’s Egg Poultry Feed Structure, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-36, Using Popularity of Probiotics in Each Stage of Egg Poultry’s Farming Process
Fig. 3-37, Acceptable Cost Range of Probiotics by Egg Poultry Farms
Fig. 3-38, Effect Evaluation of Probiotics by Egg Poultry Farms
Fig. 3-39, Acceptable Cost Range of Probiotics by Egg Poultry Feed Mills
Fig. 3-40, Demand Volume and Structure of Probiotics in Egg Poultry Farming in China, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-41, Variation in China’s Cow Inventory, 2000-2016
Fig. 3-42, Variation in China’s Milk Output, 2000-2016
Fig. 3-43, Scale Structure in China’s Cow Farming, 2002-2015
Fig. 3-44, Variation in Output of Ruminant Compound Feed, Concentrate Feed and Premix Feed in China, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-45, Variation in China’s Ruminant Feed Structure, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-46, Using Popularity of Probiotics in Each Stage of Cow’s Farming Process
Fig. 3-47, Acceptable Cost Range of Probiotics by Cow Farms
Fig. 3-48, Effect Evaluation of Probiotics by Cow Farms
Fig. 3-49, Demand Volume and Structure of Probiotics for Cow Farming in China, 2007-2016
Fig. 3-50, Demand Volume and Prospect of Feed Probiotics in China, 2007-2020
Fig. 3-51, Demand Structure of China’s Feed Probiotics in 2016 and 2020
 
List of Tables
Table 1-1, Variety of Probiotics by Strain
Table 1-2, Variety of Probiotics by Use 
Table 1-3, Variety of Probiotics by Substance Composition 
Table 1-4, Available Strains Specified in <Feed Additive Varieties Directory (2013)> 
Table 3-1, Group Standard of Hog Farms by Scale 
Table 3-2, Comparisons of Scale Farming Degree of Hog in China, 2001~2016
Table 3-3, Using Popularities of Probiotics in Hog Farms with Different Sizes
Table 3-4, Adding Proportion of Probiotics in Hog Feed
Table 3-5, Percentages of Probiotics-Added Feed among Hog’s Compound Feed, Concentrate Feed and Feed Premix Outputs
Table 3-6, Demand Volume and Sales of Feed Probiotics for Hog Farming, 2007-2020
Table 3-7, Using Popularities of Probiotics in Fresh Water and Sea Water Aquaculture Farms
Table 3-8, Adding Proportion of Probiotics in Aquaculture
Table 3-9, Percentages of Probiotics-Added Feed among Aquatic Compound Feed, Concentrate Feed and Feed Premix Outputs 
Table 3-10, Demand and Sales of Feed Probiotics for Aquaculture Farming, 2007-2020
Table 3-11, Standard of Meat Poultry Farms by Scale 
Table 3-12, Comparisons of Scale Farming of Meat Poultry in China, 2001~2016
Table 3-13, Using Popularities of Probiotics in Meat Poultry Farms with Different Sizes
Table 3-14, Adding Proportion of Probiotics in Meat Poultry Farming 
Table 3-15, Percentages of Probiotics-Added Feed among Meat Poultry’s Compound Feed, Concentrate Feed and Feed Premix Outputs
Table 3-16, Demand Volume and Sales of Feed Probiotics for Meat Poultry Farming, 2007-2020
Table 3-17, Group Standard of Egg Poultry Farms by Scale 
Table 3-18, Comparisons of Scale Farming Degree of Egg Poultry in China, 2001-2016
Table 3-19, Using Popularities of Probiotics in Egg Poultry Farms with Different Sizes
Table 3-20, Adding Proportion of Probiotics in Egg Poultry Feed 
Table 3-21, Percentages of Probiotics-Added Feed among Egg Poultry’s Compound Feed, Concentrate Feed and Feed Premix Outputs
Table 3-22, Demand Volume and Sales of Feed Probiotics for Egg Poultry Farming, 2007-2020
Table 3-23, Standard of Cow Farms by Scale 
Table 3-24, Comparisons of Scale Farming of Cow in China, 2002-2016
Table 3-25, Using Popularities of Probiotics in Cow Farms with Different Sizes
Table 3-26, Adding Proportion of Probiotics in Cow Farming 
Table 3-21, Percentages of Probiotics-Added Feed among Ruminant Compound Feed, Concentrate Feed and Feed Premix Outputs
Table 3-28, Demand Volume and Sales of Feed Probiotics for Cow Farming, 2007-2020
Table 3-29, Sale Prospect of Feed Probiotics in China, 2007-2020
Table 4-1, Sales of Probiotics Products of Guangdong Haida Group, 2012~2016
Table 4-2, Sales of Probiotics Products of Boly-lely Bioengineering Co., Ltd, 2012~2016
Table 4-3, Sales of Probiotics Products of KDN Biotech Co., Ltd, 2014~2016
Attached Table 1, Probiotics Products of Angel Yeast Co., Ltd.
Attached Table 2, Microelements, Feed Ameliorants and Nutritional Replenishers of Angel Yeast Co., Ltd.
Attached Table 3, Products of Guangdong Haida Group Haibei Biotechnology Co., Ltd.
Attached Table 4, Feed Probiotics Products of Boly-lely Bioengineering Co., Ltd.
Attached Table 5, Probiotics Products for Livestock and Poultry of Boly-lely Bioengineering Co., Ltd.
Attached Table 6, Aquatic Probiotics Products of Boly-lely Bioengineering Co., Ltd.
Attached Table 7, Ruminant Probiotics Products of Boly-lely Bioengineering Co., Ltd.
Attached Table 8, Animal Health Probiotics Products of KDN Biotech Co., Ltd.
Attached Table 9, Aquatic Probiotics Products of KDN Biotech Co., Ltd.
Attached Table 10, Probiotics Products of Guangdong Xipu Biotechnology Co., Ltd.
Attached Table 11, Probiotics Products of Xinjiang Tecon Group
Attached Table 12, Ruminant Probiotics Products of Dabeinong Group
Attached Table 13, Probiotics Products for Hog of Dabeinong Group
Attached Table 14, Probiotics Products for Poultry of Dabeinong Group
Attached Table 15, Aquatic Probiotics Products of Dabeinong Group
Attached Table 16, Probiotics Products of Guangzhou Juntai Bio-Feed Co., Ltd.
Attached Table 17, Feed Probiotics Products of Shanghai Chuangbo Ecological Engineering Co., Ltd.
Attached Table 18, Aquatic Probiotics Products of Shanghai Chuangbo Ecological Engineering Co., Ltd.
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