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  • Livestock
  • World
  • Market Size
  • Ajinomoto Co., Inc.
  • Cargill Inc.

The major raw materials used in compound feed are cereals which include barley, corn, sorghum, and wheat.

  • Livestock
  • Market Size
  • Alltech Inc.
  • Cargill Inc.
  • ForFarmers Group
  • JAPAN: NUMBER OF HEADS (HISTORICAL), BY ANIMAL TYPE, 2012-2014 2012
  • NORTH AMERICA SILAGE ADDITIVES MARKET REVENUE SHARE, BY COUNTRY (2016)

CORN, BARLEY AND SORGHUM ARE THE MAJOR CEREAL CROPS USED AS SILAGE.

  • Livestock
  • United States
  • World
  • Market Size
  • Nutreco N.V.

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  • Livestock
  • United States
  • World
  • Demand
  • Dow Chemical Company

Chapter ##: Introduction More than ##% of operation costs for cattle and dairy farms involve feed costs.

  • Agriculture
  • Cattle
  • Livestock
  • World
  • Demand
  • INDIA: WATER-SOLUBLE VITAMIN FEED SUPPLEMENTS MARKET SIZE, BY LIVESTOCK,
  • INDIA: MINERAL FEED SUPPLEMENTS MARKET SIZE, BY LIVESTOCK,

Japan relies on imports for various feed grains such as barley, sorghum, corn, and wheat.

  • Livestock
  • Market Size
  • BASF SE
  • Lonza Group Ltd
  • Nutreco N.V.

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  • Cattle
  • Livestock
  • World
  • Market Size
  • SunOpta Inc.
  • Market definition

Annual crops are grains with high yield such as wheat, maize, and sorghum.

  • Cattle
  • Livestock
  • World
  • Forecast
  • BASF Group
  • FEED PRESERVATIVES MARKET SIZE FOR SILAGE, BY REGION,
  • FEED PRESERVATIVES MARKET SIZE FOR SILAGE, 2014-2022 (USD MILLION)

Tier ##: Revenue > USD ## billion Tier ##: USD ## million < Revenue < USD ## billion Tier ##: Revenue < USD ## million BY REGION Both top-down and bottom-up approaches were used to estimate and validate the total size of the market.

  • Livestock
  • Alltech Inc.
  • BIOMIN Holding GmbH
  • Cargill Inc.
  • Nutreco N.V.

Some land previously sown to safrinha maize may be switched into alternatives, including sorghum, sunflower seed or cotton, prices of which have held up quite well.

  • Agricultural Products
  • Maize
  • Tea
  • Demand
  • Supply

Some land previously sown to safrinha maize may be switched into alternatives, including sorghum, sunflower seed or cotton, prices of which have held up quite well.

  • Agricultural Products
  • Maize
  • Tea
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the worldrs second-most important grain for use in animal feed, with annual consumption roughly equal to the feed-use of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Agricultural Products
  • Sunflower
  • Tea
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the worldrs second-most important grain for use in animal feed, with annual consumption roughly equal to the feed-use of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Agricultural Products
  • Sunflower
  • Tea
  • Demand
  • Supply

Compared with maize and sorghum, Mexico' s wheat import market is much more diversified.

  • Maize
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Compared with maize and sorghum, Mexico' s wheat import market is much more diversified.

  • Maize
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the world' s second most important grain for use in animal feed, although it is typically equivalent to one-quarter of feed-use of maize, with annual wheat use roughly matching that of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Grains
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the world' s second most important grain for use in animal feed, although it is typically equivalent to one-quarter of feed-use of maize, with annual wheat use roughly matching that of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Grains
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the worldrs second-most important grain for use in animal feed, with annual consumption roughly equal to the feed-use of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Agricultural Products
  • Sunflower
  • Tea
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the worldrs second-most important grain for use in animal feed, with annual consumption roughly equal to the feed-use of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Agricultural Products
  • Sunflower
  • Tea
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the worldrs second most important grain for use in animal feed, although it is typically equivalent to one-quarter of feed-use of maize, with annual wheat use roughly matching that of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Grains
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the worldrs second most important grain for use in animal feed, although it is typically equivalent to one-quarter of feed-use of maize, with annual wheat use roughly matching that of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Grains
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the world' s second most important feed grain; although it is typically equivalent to one-quarter of feed-use of maize, with annual wheat use roughly matching that of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Grains
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the world' s second most important feed grain; although it is typically equivalent to one-quarter of feed-use of maize, with annual wheat use roughly matching that of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Grains
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the world' s second most important feed grain; although it is typically equivalent to one-quarter of feed-use of maize, with annual wheat use roughly matching that of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Grains
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the world' s second most important feed grain; although it is typically equivalent to one-quarter of feed-use of maize, with annual wheat use roughly matching that of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Grains
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the worldrs second most important feed grain; although it is typically equivalent to one-quarter of feed-use of maize, with annual wheat use roughly matching that of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Grains
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the worldrs second most important feed grain; although it is typically equivalent to one-quarter of feed-use of maize, with annual wheat use roughly matching that of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Grains
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply
  • Commercial Beverage Market Trends - Million Unit Cases, 2017P-2018F
  • Commercial Beverage Market Trends - Million Liters, 2017P-2018F

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  • Beverage
  • Tea
  • India
  • Forecast
  • PepsiCo, Inc.

Wheat is the world' s second most important feed grain; although it is typically equivalent to one-quarter of feed-use of maize, with annual wheat use roughly matching that of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Grains
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply

Wheat is the world' s second most important feed grain; although it is typically equivalent to one-quarter of feed-use of maize, with annual wheat use roughly matching that of barley, sorghum, oats and rye combined.

  • Grains
  • Tea
  • World
  • Demand
  • Supply