Market Overview:

In addition, the global distillers’ grains market is expected to rise at a significant CAGR with significant value over the estimated quarters up to 2030.

The distillers’ grains market is growing due to its nutrient value, demand from the livestock industry, and the need for cost-effective nutrients. Distiller grains are an excellent energy source, often testing between 85% and 95% of total digestible nutrients. The form of energy also makes distiller grains attractive for grazing cattle. Since the starch is removed, the energy derived from the distiller’s grains is primarily digestible fibre and fat. Feed cost represents between 60% and 70% of the total production costs, which warrants the assessment of alternative feed ingredients in broiler diets. Distiller’s dried grains with soluble are an alternative ingredient, especially in poultry diets.

Some of the major constraints of the distillers’ grains market are lack of knowledge in some developing countries, price volatility of the grains, and ill effects of excess consumption. The United States had a major share of production and export with 44 million metric tons and 11 million metric tons, respectively, in 2021. Corn is the primary source of maize worldwide. Generally, corn condensed distillers soluble are added back to the coarse grains during the process to produce wet or dry distiller grains with soluble. The nutrient profile of corn condensed distiller soluble makes them a useful supplement for beef cattle fed low-quality forage diets. The distillers’ grains market is primarily fed to beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, and poultry.   

Distillers Grains Market Size is anticipated to reach USD 17.83 Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 5.6% during 2022-2030

Market Segmentation:

According to the market report, the global market has been segmented into type, source, application, and regional basis. With the type of section, the global market has been classified into four parts wet distillers’ grains, dried distillers’ grains with soluble, dried distillers’ grains and others. According to the application section, the global market is segmented into two parts animal feed and others. As per the source section, the entire market is divided into three sections: wheat, corn, and others. On a regional basis, the global market is further divided into five parts Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, South America, and Middle East & Africa.

Regional Analysis:

North America continues to have the largest market for corn-based distillers’ dried grains with soluble distillers’ grains market. The distillers’ grains market is a co-product of the distillery industries. The majority of the DDGS in North America comes from dry-grind plants that produce ethanol for the biofuel industry. The United States dominates the market due to the extensive biofuel production in the country. Over the last decade, ethanol production increased by 288%, from roughly 4.5 billion gallons to over 17 billion in 2021, driving the parallel expansion of the distillers’ grains market. This growth can be attributed to the regulatory oversight of the US Food and Drug Administration, which ensures that ethanol plants comply with preventive control requirements as mandated by the Food Safety Modernization Act. This federal rule requires facilities to follow hazard-free and safe manufacturing practices for animal food production.  

One of the prime factors determining whether distillers’ grains market is an economical animal feed ingredient is the price and the availability of alternate options, like corn and soybean meal, as distillers’ grains are a partial replacement of those alternate options. The meal is more similar to corn in terms of nutritional value and price. The distillers’ grains market outlook in compound feeds for cattle influences the growth of milk yield and the fat and protein content.

Reputed Industry Contenders

The most reputed contenders in the global industry are CropEnergies AG (Germany), Pacific Ethanol Inc. (US), Valero (US), Purina Animal Nutrition (Land O’ Lakes) (US), ADM (US), Bunge Limited (US), Didion Milling Inc. (US), Husky Energy (Canada), Flint Hills Resources (US), Green Plains Inc. (US), and more.

Industrial News:

The distillers’ grains market is consolidated, with a few ethanol-producing companies accounting for most market share. The United States and Brazil are the major producers of distillers’ grains market, while most other countries are importing. Thus, the focus of the main players is on a cheaper transportation strategy.

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