A study on the global Bovine Mastitis Market has been conducted to understand the landscape in 2022.

A study on the global Bovine Mastitis Market has been conducted to understand the landscape in 2022.

Survey period: October 29-November 5, 2022
Survey company: SDKI Inc.
Survey coverage: We surveyed 546 market players of all sizes. Number of valid answers: 540
Survey method: 250 field surveys, 290 Internet surveys
Survey Respondents: The survey was conducted among companies based on revenue. Survey results:
Q: How big is the mammary gland market today? What is the projected growth rate over the next 10 years?
The global bovine mastitis market is valued at $1 billion by 2022. The market is also expected to reach 1.5 billion by 2032 and grow at a CAGR of 7%.
Question: What are the factors that are positively impacting the Bovine Mastitis market?
The positive trends impacting the bovine mastitis market are: Increased dairy industry growth
The value of the global dairy market in 2021 was estimated at around USD 871 billion. This is estimated to reach $1,128 billion by 2026. Growing awareness of cow health in relation to declining milk yields and declining milk quality
Studies show that lactating cows in the dairy industry produce about 6-7 gallons of milk per day and over 2,000 gallons per year. It is estimated that cows produce about 11,000 gallons of milk in their lifetime. However, the quantity and quality depends on the cow’s number of calving cycles and the overall health of the cow.
Another study suggests that mastitis in cows causes a 70% loss of milk production.
Increased incidence of bovine mastitis
Mastitis infection rates in dairy cows range from 5% to 75%. Occasionally, various pathogens can establish chronic infections, but clinical signs of mastitis are rare. All dairy herds have cows with subclinical mastitis.
Other factors influencing the market are:
Research and development in the field of bovine mastitis
New treatments and drug launches
Question: What categories does the Bovine Mastitis market fall into? The bovine mastitis market can be segmented into categories such as type, product, route of administration, treatment, and end user. These categories can be further subdivided into –
Type: clinical mastitis, subclinical mastitis
Products: Antibiotics, Vaccines, Painkillers, Others
Route of administration: intramammary, systemic
Treatments: lactation, dry (antibiotics, nipple sealants) End users: veterinary centers, hospitals, clinics, etc.
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Question: Who are the key players in the Bovine Mastitis market? Boehringer Ingelheim International GmbH, Bayer AG, Elanco Animal Health, Ceva Sante Animale, West Way Health, Norbrook, DeLaval, ImmuCell Corporation, Advanced Animal Diagnostics, Zoetis, Merck & Co. ., Inc., and Nimrod Veterinary Products Ltd.
Q: What are some of the latest developments in the bovine mastitis market? The latest developments in the bovine mastitis field are:
Advanced Animal Diagnostics (AAD) provides its innovative mastitis detection technology to dairy producers and veterinarians outside the United States. This is by entering into a licensing and
commercialization agreement with Zoetis.
Merck Animal Health has partnered with the Department of Medical Microbiology at Utrecht University Medical Center (UMC) and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Utrecht University. This is to develop an innovative vaccination strategy against mastitis in dairy cows.
Meadows Farm Vets work with Norbrook to provide on-farm services. This will reduce the incidence of mastitis and limit the use of antibiotics in British dairy farming.
Question: What are the factors limiting market growth?
Lack of awareness about mastitis disease and increasing antibiotic resistance in cattle are some of the factors restraining the market growth.
Q: Which region is expected to lead the market share?
North America accounts for a large share of the bovine mastitis market. In 2020, Canadian/US dairy company Sapt accounted for 1.2% of global milk production.
North America is followed by Europe and Asia Pacific.
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The Bovine Mastitis Market presents numerous possibilities for both investors and players. The market is profitably growing and is expected to generate revenue and potential for new technologies. About us:
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