Thursday, 16 January 2014

Latest Study On: Application of Antibiotics in China Animal Husbandry Industry, Trends and Forecast:

Antibiotics is a type of drug with restrain and kill effects to bacteria, viruses and parasites. Antibiotics is widely used in animal husbandry and feed industry, playing an important role in preventing and treating disease, improving feed efficiency and promoting animal growth.

Animal husbandry is the biggest application sector for antibiotics in China, covering above 50% of total antibiotic consumption. Chinese antibiotics output was 210,000 tons in 2006, and domestics consumption was 180,000 tons. Of which, 97,000 was used by husbandry and feed industry, accounting for about 54%.

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Antibiotics used for animal husbandry can be divided into two parts. One part is applied in the process of compound, concentrate and premix feeds production by feed mills, mainly used for preventing disease and promoting growth. Another part is used in animal raising process by farms for disease prevention and treatment, in ways of mixing feed, drinking, injection, drench and environmental spraying, etc.

How are the application status and development potentials for antibiotics substitutes?

What are the market performance of most Commonly Used antibiotics and producers?

We selected feed mills, hog, poultry and cow farms, antibiotics producers, distributors and experts as the main targets of research, take questionnaire survey and interviews methods and answer the questions above systematically. Main conclusions include:

1. The Market Scale of antibiotics used by feed mills is about 3.0-3.5 billion RMB. Of which, market scale of antibiotics against gram-negative bacteria is about 0.5 billion RMB, market scale of antibiotics against gram-positive bacteria and broad-spectrum antibiotics are around 2.5-3.0 billion RMB.

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2. Addition cost of feeding antibiotics in hog feed is the highest, average cost in compound feed is about 20 RMB/ton. Addition cost of feeding antibiotics in broiler compound feed is a bit lower, at 15-20 RMB/ton. Addition costs of feeding antibiotics in layer and cow compound feeds are lowest, and even no antibiotics in laying period and lactation feeds.

3. The market volume of drugs for farms is much larger than that for feed mills. Total drug expenditure of hog, broiler, layer and cow farms is estimated at 28-30 billion RMB (by farms expenditures) in 2012. Of which, Hog farm expenditure ranks highest, covering 43%, broiler expenditure accounts for 33%, and drug costs of layer and cow farms occupies 13% and 10%, respectively. For farms, antibiotics costs cover 70-80% of the total drug expenditure, approximately.

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Part One Feeding Antibiotics and Application Environment

1 Feeding Antibiotics and Classification
1.1 Feeding Antibiotics and Classification
1.2 Major Functions and Qualifications Required of Antibiotics in Animal Husbandry

2 Application Environment of Feeding Antibiotics in China
2.1 Demands for Antibiotics from China Husbandry Industry
2.2 Food Safety Problems Receive Growing Concern
2.3 MOA Regulations on Antibiotics Use

Part Two  Antibiotics Application in Chinese Feed Mills

3 Antibiotics Application in Hog Feed Mills
3.1 Major Types and Functions of Antibiotics Applied to Hog Feed
3.1.1 Major Types of Antibiotics Applied to Hog Feed
3.1.2 Category of Commonly Used Antibiotics
3.1.3 Antibacterial Spectrum and Main Functions of Commonly Used Antibiotics

4 Antibiotics Application in Broiler Feed Mills
4.1 Major Types and Functions of Antibiotics Applied to Broiler Feed
4.1.1 Major Types of Antibiotics Applied to Broiler Feed
4.1.2 Category of Commonly Used Antibiotics
4.1.3 Antibacterial Spectrum and Main Functions of Commonly Used Antibiotics
4.1.4 Compatibility of Commonly Used Antibiotics Baby Chicken (0-3 weeks)

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