This study involved four major approaches in estimating the current animal parasiticides market size. Extensive research was conducted to collect information on the market as well as its peer and parent markets.
The next step was to validate these findings, assumptions, and sizing with industry experts across the value chain through primary research. Both top-down and bottom-up approaches were employed to estimate the value market. After that, market breakdown and data triangulation procedures were used to estimate the market size of segments and subsegments.
Research Methodologies Followed:
In the primary research process, various sources from both the supply and demand sides were interviewed to obtain qualitative and quantitative information for this report. The primary sources from the supply side include CEOs, vice presidents, marketing and sales directors, business development managers, technology and innovation directors of animal parasiticide manufacturing companies, key opinion leaders, and suppliers and distributors. Primary sources from the demand side include veterinary hospitals and clinics, research institutes, academic institutions, and contract manufacturing organizations.
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his research study involved widespread secondary sources; directories; databases such as Bloomberg Business, Factiva, and Dun & Bradstreet; white papers; annual reports; company house documents; investor presentations; and SEC filings of companies. Secondary research was used to identify and collect information useful for the extensive, technical, market-oriented, and commercial study of the animal parasiticides market. It was also used to obtain important information about key players, market classification and segmentation according to industry trends to the bottom-most level, and key developments related to market and technology perspectives. A database of the key industry leaders was also prepared using secondary research.
Impact of Covid-19:
In the optimistic scenario, the COVID-19 pandemic has positively impacted the animal parasiticides market. Because of the pandemic, there was an increase in dog and cat adoption from animal shelters in many developed and developing nations. This increased the demand for pet care products for a brief period. However, the abandonment of pet dogs and animal cruelty have also been reported amidst the pandemic due to rumors of animals as potential reservoirs of COVID-19.
In a pessimistic scenario, it could be assumed that the COVID-19 pandemic has lowered the demand for animal care. As a result of the pandemic in most veterinary clinics & hospitals and pet care centers, footfall was limited due to infection control measures and nationwide lockdowns. This has resulted in most major players functioning at negligible capacity or even immobilized them completely.
RESTRAINTS: Regulations restricting the use of parasiticides for food-producing animals
The use of parasiticides in livestock animals is subject to various federal regulations in many countries. The extra-label use of these topical parasiticides could leave residues that may, on consumption by human beings, have side effects. As a result, the use of these parasiticides, especially endoparasiticides, needs to be regulated; safe residue concentrations and withdrawal periods for antiparasitics used in food-producing animals must be standardized, and slaughtered animals need to be monitored for possible unsafe residues.
OPPORTUNITY: Lucrative opportunities in emerging markets
Over the last few years, companion animal ownership has witnessed a steady increase, especially in emerging countries such as India, China, Brazil, and other APAC and Latin American countries. Rapid urbanization and growing disposable incomes are driving pet ownership in these countries. Many pet owners in these countries are now willing to spend more on pet care.
On the other hand, emerging countries like India and China have robust livestock markets. According to the National Dairy Development Board, milk production in India has increased every year—from 146.3 million tons in 2015 to 165.4 million tons in 2017 and 187.7 million tons in 2019. Moreover, India is the world’s largest milk producer, accounting for 19% of the global market. As of January 2020, China is the world’s largest pork producer, producing about 55 million metric tons of pork each year. Milk production and consumption in China are also increasing at a rapid pace.
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Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals accounted for the largest share of animal parasiticides market in 2020”
Based on end users, the animal parasiticides market is segmented into veterinary clinics & hospitals, animal farms, and home care settings. Veterinary clinics & hospitals accounted for the largest share of 61.4% of the animal parasiticides market in 2020. This segment is projected to reach USD 8,252.7 million by 2026 from USD 5,952.6 million in 2021, at a CAGR of 6.8%. The large share of this segment can be attributed to the higher adoption of animal parasiticides in hospital settings, the increasing incidence of parasitic diseases, and growing awareness about animal health in developing countries.