In addition to a variety of grains, soy, and other high energy density diets, cattle feed also includes a variety of forage, such as grass, silage, and legumes.
Cattle ranches and other facilities that feed animals primarily use dairy feed. The metabolism of dairy cattle is higher than that of other cattle.
The purpose of making cattle feed is specifically to increase milk output.
Due to its ability to maintain the appropriate digestion of dairy cattle, dairy cattle feed is particularly rich in carbs, proteins, soy feed, rice bran, oilseeds, alfalfa, and wheat, which is a prominent ingredient in practically all sorts of cattle feed.
The Europe Cattle feed market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
According to the European Feed Industry Federation FEFAC, the growing avian influenza (AI) outbreaks in numerous countries would force the pig and cattle feed industries of the European Union (EU) to scale back their operations due to the high cost of feed ingredients, a weaker market, and these factors. Increased feed imports, mostly from the US and Canada, could only partially make up for the immediate loss of feed maize, sunflower meal, and other feed supplies from Ukraine and Russia.
Their expenses for premix and feed formulation have significantly increased due to the sharp rise in commodity prices, which also affect grains, oil meals, freight, trace minerals, and other products.
As the drop in overall use is projected to arise from less use of wheat, coarse grains, and rice as feed, it is not expected to have an influence on the use of cereals for direct human food consumption.
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