Turkey Animal feed market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 5.08% over the forecast period to reach a market size of US$ 5.816 billion in 2025 from US$ 4.321 billion in 2019. The wheat production forecast during 2020/21 was estimated at 18 million metric tons (MMT) with an increase in the planting area that is mainly because certain areas producing cotton has been shifted towards wheat and corn production. At 7.9 MMT and 3.8 million ha, the barley production and planting area forecasts respectively remain unchanged as compared to last year. The estimated corn production is at 6.9 MMT due to an increase in the planting area. During the period 2019/20 the sowing of corn is projected to grow at 600,000 hectares, this partly due to the better return on expectation as compared to cotton from which it has garnered preference (Source: USDA). The Turkish Grain Board (TMO) is expected to import more than 4 MMT of grain in total during 2019/20. Such as import policy is expected to continue during the following period as well. The wheat imports are expected to reach 10.5 MMT during 2019/20 due to higher consumption, reduced production, and increased government imports to stabilize domestic prices. Further, due to the effects of the current pandemic of CoVid 19 on trade and domestic production value chains, prices of all commodities witnessed a minimal rise. Further, additional COVID-19 pandemic measures at the borders which ensure safety for workers but slow down the rate of shipments [Source: USDA]. From the perspectives of raw materials for animal feed, the market looks healthy and expected to grow during the forecast period.
With respect to animal feed production in Turkey, it may be noted that the production increased to significantly in recent year. This mainly due to an increase in poultry and ruminant production as well a stable domestic demand which coupled with an increase in population as of 2018, there are about 525 active feed mills in Turkey with an estimated total capacity of 18.2 MMT. There are also on-farm feed mills where total production is estimated at 3 MMT per year. The feed sector has been growing at a remarkable speed with investments in new, modern mills in recent years which doubled the capacity over the last decade, despite slow growth in 2019. Feed demand for aquaculture products has increased considerably in 2019. Further, Average feed prices increased by nearly sixteen percent over the past year..
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