Fly Control in Production Animal Health

Pest Control in Production Animal Health: Global Market Analysis and Opportunities

Base Year: 2017
Published 2nd Through 4th Quarters 2018
Regional Coverage: Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, South America

A comprehensive analysis of the global market for pesticides focusing on animal health, including poultry, pork, beef, egg, and dairy production. The focus of this report is on looking at key trends, developments, changes, challenges, and business opportunities.

This Report Addresses Such Issues As:

  • Sales and volumes of pesticides consumed by brand, active ingredient, and supplier
  • Non-chemical control practices
  • Sales volume projections by animal
  • Regulatory issues
  • Resistance
  • New products/technology

 

Report Contents

Introduction

Executive Summary/FutureView Forecast
Countries include Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States. For each country covered, the study provides the following information:

Market Structure
Animal segments include:

  • Poultry and egg production
    − Broiler
    − Turkey
    − Egg-layer
  • Dairy production
  • Beef production
  • Hog production (if appropriate)
  • Sheep (if appropriate)

Key pests covered (where appropriate):

  • Poultry (flies, darkling beetle, northern fowl mite and other mites, fleas, lice, other)
  • Dairy (stable, horn, face, and other flies; lice; mites; ticks; grubs; other)
  • Beef (stable, horn, face, and other flies; lice; mites; ticks; grubs; other)
  • Hogs (flies, sarcoptic mange, lice, ticks, other)
  • Sheep (flies, blow fly/fly strike, sheep keds, mites, ticks, other)
  • All livestock segments (mice and rats, where appropriate)

 
 
 
Each livestock segment covers the following topics:

  • Market background
  • Animal demographics
  • Producer practices
  • Animal concentrations and turnover
  • Litter/manure control
  • Regulatory issues
  • Non-chemical control methods
  • Control products by animal type
  • Sales by animal and insect treated
  • Sales by brand and/or active ingredient
  • Sales by supplier
  • Active ingredient consumed
  • Product rates and prices
  • Resistance management
  • Other important market issues or opportunities
  • Outlook
  • New products/technology

Scope & Benefits

This global report provides an accurate and independent appraisal of the market size and segmentation of this important market. The study details pesticide use by animal and product form in the targeted countries. Pest control is a major issue in animal-based agriculture due to the impact of these pests on productivity. Insects annoy and irritate animals, transmit disease, reduce weight gains, and reduce production. Producers have gone to extraordinary lengths in sanitation, manure and litter removal, facility design, and air handling to eliminate potential entry points and breeding areas for flies and other insects. Still, situations remain that are most effectively handled by an insecticide application. The report focuses on these key production animals in each country:

  • Beef
  • Dairy
  • Sheep
  • Poultry
  • Hogs

 
 

This report serves as an excellent resource for manufacturers and marketers of pesticides used in the production animal health market. Specifically, this report assists subscribers by providing:

  • A highly reliable and independent assessment of brand shares for pesticides used by professionals in production animal health
  • Details on the chemical versus non-chemical methods used to control insects
  • Sales values by insect species treated
  • Breakdown of sales by leading animals and pests treated in each country
  • Key usage patterns for controlling insects
  • Latest trends in the production animal health pest control market

Subscribers to this study have unlimited access to Kline’s proprietary FutureView Scenario Forecast. This provides a forecast of the future size of the professional fly control pesticide markets, broken down by brand, active ingredient, and supplier.

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