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However, the unwanted effects of improper consumption of equine supplements are likely to hamper the growth of the market.
A deficiency in the nutritional requirements of protein, caloric intake, calcium, phosphorus, sodium chloride, copper and selenium can lead to nutritional diseases in equines. Signs of nutritional deficiency are usually nonspecific, and diagnosis is usually complicated.
Various non-specific metabolic changes in equines can result from poor digestion, insufficient intake or malabsorption. Some of the internal organs of horses also show some atrophy.
According to the World Organization for Animal Health (WOAH), a total of 1,151,584 equine anemia tests (EIA) were performed, which detected 89 horses positive for equine anemia (EIA) in 2019 .
In addition, growth, performance and reproduction rates are also hampered in equines due to the lack of nutritious feed. In case of protein deficiency, equines lead to poor coat and hooves growth, as well as inappetence and weight loss.
Horses of all ages fed pasture or grass hay and supplemented with large amounts of grain and wheat bran concentrates are most likely to develop relative or absolute calcium deficiencies resulting in secondary nutritional hyperparathyroidism . This indicates the need for proper nutritional intake for horses in the form of external supplements which, in turn, propels the growth of the equine supplement products market over the forecast years.
On the basis of supplements, the equine supplement products market is segmented into Electrolytes / Minerals, Vitamins, Protein / Amino Acids, Enzymes. In 2021, the electrolytes / minerals per supplement segment accounted for the highest share of the market.
The growth of this segment is attributed to the demand for herbal equine supplements, the increased incidence of equine diseases and the increase in government initiatives. The same segment is estimated to register a higher CAGR during the forecast period.
The COVID-19 outbreak was first observed in December 2019 in Wuhan, China, and has spread to more than 100 countries around the world, the World Health Organization (WHO) la declaring it as a public health emergency. The global impacts of COVID-19-19 are being felt in several markets.
The pandemic is straining the animal nutrition industry around the world, disrupting and delaying the supply of many types of feed and supplements. Due to the pandemic and containment, the raw material supply chain has had an impact on consumption and production patterns around the world.
European Medicines Agency (EMA), European Union (EU), Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, Netherlands Equestrian Centers (ECN), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Brazilian Association of Sport Horses (BSHA) are among the secondary sources mentioned during preparation of the Equine Supplement Products Market report.
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