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review 2019-07-22 07:58
Animal Feed Testing Market to Attain Global Revenue of $1096.8 Million by 2023

 

Animal feed plays an important role in the quality of livestock. The quality, nutritional value, contamination levels, formulation, and other parameters are yardsticks of the quality of animal feed which are tested for the same. The dire need for improving the quality of animal feed is creating a demand influx in the animal feed testing market which is projected to have a valuation of $1096.8 million by the end of 2023 as the demand for testing is poised grow with a healthy compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.38% during the forecast period of 2018 to 2023, according to a market intelligence report by IndustryARC’s analyst.

 

The animal feed testing market research report is comprised of deeply analyzed facts, figures, and statistics pertaining to pricing condition in the market along with the challenges and growth opportunities that are foreseen in the future. The report is titled, “Animal Feed Testing Market: By Service (Pathogen, Fats and Oils and Others); By Equipment (Bomb Calorimeter, High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) Equipment, and Others); By Consumables (Glassware and Others); By Livestock; By End Users (Manufacturers, Third Party Testers and Others); & By Geography – Forecast (2018-2023).”

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According to the geographical study by the market analyst, North America had the most lucrative growth prospects in the animal feed test market owing to the fact that a larger population that relies on livestock. Moreover, there were many diseases that affected animals in North America due to which animal feed has become a major concern in countries that include the US, Mexico, Canada, and others. The North America animal feed testing market was valued to be $188.73 in 2017 and will observe further growth in the future owing to the imperative implementation of testing facilities for animal feed.

 

The animal feed testing market is segmented on the basis of types of testing that includes pathogen testing, fats & oil analysis, feed ingredients analysis, metal and mineral analysis, pesticides and fertilizers, nutritional labeling, and others. Owing to the number of diseases that are attributable to the threat by pathogens, the pathogen testing is found to be the key application in animal feed testing market, and the application is estimated to grow with a CAGR of 8.74% through to 2023. This rise in the application is mainly attributed to the consumption of edible products that contain contaminants and therefore, it becomes necessary to execute animal feed testing.

 

Animal Feed Testing Market: Trends and Growth Drivers

 

The Growing Awareness for Meat Quality –
Nowadays, the customers of livestock are aware of the repercussions of consuming bad quality meat and the diseases that are caused by the same. This has made the meat vendors realize the need to provide good quality meat in order to retain the customers, which is significantly supporting the animal feed testing market.

 

The Increased Production of Livestock –
The population increase is leading to a definite demand for more livestock as the number of consumers are increasing. The more production of livestock is leading to a demand influx in the animal feed testing market.

 

Increase in Livestock Diseases –
The nutritional deficiency in livestock can cause metabolic imbalances, and nutritional diseases in beef, cattle, and goat are prevalent, and it has become necessary to ameliorate due to which the animal feed testing market is observing growth opportunities.

 

The Regulations Pertaining to Animal Feed –
Due to the disease outflow and a need to sustain the livestock resources in order to suffice the demand for the same, regulatory bodies such as Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have enforced laws regarding the quality of animal feed.

 

Animal Feed Testing Market: Competitive Landscape

 

Some of the key companies identified in the animal feed testing market intelligence report that are crusading for market share are Eurofins Scientific, Intertek Group Plc., Bureau Veritas, Silliker Merieux Nutrisciences USA, Invivo Group, and others.

 

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Related Reports:

a) Animal Feed Safety Testing Market
https://www.industryarc.com/Report/232/animal-feed-safety-testing-market-report.html

 

b) Animal Feed Additives Market
https://www.industryarc.com/Report/226/Animal-Feed-Additives-Market-Research-Report.html

 

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2017-10-23 15:03
Glowing Fish & Bucketfuls of Spider Silk in Goat Milk, Frankenstein’s Cat by Emily Anthes Showcases Some of the Wonders of the Biotechnological World While also Raising Some Important Questions!
Frankenstein's Cat: Cuddling Up to Biotech's Brave New Beasts - Emily Anthes

 

 

 

The penultimate installment in Project Frankenstein was a joy to read. It was relatively short and full of stuff that I find interesting. I am dividing this review into three parts:

 

1. Here is a Snippet from the book:

 

 

2. Then there were these Sciency Bits that I enjoyed ruminating upon:

Cloning other adult mammals reinforced the discovery that nuclear transfer can reset genes contained in specialized cells back to their embryonic state.

It meant that the genetic clock could supposedly be turned back if things didn’t go so well the first time!

It is my content that the northern grasslands would have remained viable…had the great herds of Pleistocene animals remained in place to maintain the landscape.

This occurred to me for the first time. Yes, the Ice Ages may have changed the landscape physically but it also caused the extinction of the grazers and caused changes in a roundabout way.

…(tuna) are warm-blooded, which makes them oddities in the fish world but keeps them toasty…

They are what?! Why are you doing this to me world? I was so happy, thinking all fish are cold-blooded but no! I hate nature!

International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT)

While The Sixth Extinction left me without hope, this book helped me see that we aren’t all bad eggs. Yes, humans have brought the onset of Anthropocene and change environment wherever they go…

We have harvested so many of these large deer, elk, and sheep over the centuries that many species have evolved smaller body and horn sizes. Similarly, fish have adapted to human harvesting by developing thinner bodies capable of sneaking out of nets.

Yet, organizations like ICCAT are keeping track of the number of bluefin tuna that are being pulled out of water annually. The Integrated Ocean Observing System is tagging elephant seals and other swimmers to gather information about the marine environment. Then there is Ocean Tracking Network that has been busy installing underwater listening stations that will pick up on tagged animals. The list of scientists and researchers trying to collect information goes on and on. There is even an attempt to engage the public and increase awareness via animal Facebook profiles. The point is, it took us decades if not more to wreck things. We will need some time to put them back together and it is a pity if nature doesn’t grant us that respite.

 

3. And a Franken-Bit that I shook an admonitory finger at:

The manufacturers of AquAdvantage salmon think that by producing only sterile female fish, they can keep them from reproducing or passing along their genes.

 

 

Even though the book raises pertinent questions about whether animals can incur psychological damage from being tagged, it doesn’t answer them. To be fair, most of us won’t be able to say no to a drug, if it would save a loved one, even if one or two clauses of animal rights weren’t observed!

 

Could you?

 

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Originally published at midureads.wordpress.com on October 23, 2017.

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review 2014-05-14 16:59
Monkey Shines by Michael Stewart
Monkey Shines - Michael Stewart

I read this with my Shelfari reading group and I appreciated this old school 80's horror story.

 

An athletic super star suddenly becomes paralyzed from the neck down and his life is forever changed. It is changed once again when he is provided with a helper monkey, which he trains to help him out in daily life. From there the story becomes a bit warped and a lot more interesting.

 

I loved the character development and the pacing. (I am a fan of slow burning stories, so the pacing might not be fast enough for some.) I felt that the dread and tension were sustained throughout the novel and made for compelling reading. There was also a subtext here about animal testing and secret intentions of government entities-this subtext posed questions that are valid to this very day. The ending was the only portion of this book that I had a problem with. Everything was tidied up so nicely that it wasn't quite believable for me. For that I deducted one star.

 

This was an enjoyable, quick read that I would recommend to horror readers that appreciate 80's horror with a slow burn.

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