Feed Strategy - May 2018 - 19
FeedStrategy ❙ 19
As legislation banning antibiotic growth promoters in
animal production in Thailand has
taken effect and consumers become
increasingly invested in animal
production, the trend for "natural"
feed additives is poised to rise. ■
References available upon request.
Phytogenics offer Thai millennials
a "natural" feed additive
between foodies and non-foodies.
Ninety-three percent of foodies
and 84 percent of Thai millennials
overall would "want to know and
choose meat and poultry raised
with phytogenics" because it reflects their values.
✓ 508 Thai millennials,
ages 24 to 34:
50 percent, 24 to 29;
50 percent, 30 to 34
✓ 33 percent identify as
✓ 51 percent of respondents
have monthly household
incomes of THB15,000
(US$480 to 960)
✓ 17 percent, THB30,001
(US$960 to 1,600)
✓ 32 percent more than
✓ 89 percent of the
respondents work full
May 2018 ❙ www.WATTAgNet.com
Everybody knows CPM hammermills and pellet mills just keep
running, year after year. So who do you think is our closest
competitor? Well, it's us, of course! Our biggest competitor is
sitting in your warehouse, and it's sporting the CPM shield.
So when people say we're not cutting edge or
state-of-the-art, we just smile and say "thanks."
Because at CPM, we put quality, durability and
longevity ahead of bells and whistles-any day
of the week.