Feed Antioxidants Market was valued at USD 332.37 Million in the year 2020 and is anticipated to grow at USD 533.71 Million till 2027 witnessing a CAGR of 7% during the forecast period 2021-2027. Increase in usage of compounded feed to provide balanced nutrition to animals and growing demand for the antioxidants in order to improve the shelf life of the feed ingredients are anticipated to provide potential opportunity in feed antioxidants market during the forecast period. A similar sort of oxidation happens in feeds and feedstuffs, resulting in rancidity of fats, loss of vitamins A, D, and E, pigments (carotenoids), and amino acids, and decreased biological energy values for the diet. Reduced feed consumption can lead to serious nutrient shortages if this degradation is allowed to continue unabated in a diet, or even in a single ingredient. Veterinary feed manufacturers are focused on formulated antioxidant products than the single form due to high effectiveness of the product. The natural antioxidants i.e., mixed tocoferols are extracted from vegetable oils are suitable for stabilization of animal feed ingredients, which contains oil and fat elements susceptible to rancid. Delta, gamma tocoferols are preferred for antioxidant activity in oils and fats. The mixed type of tocopherol twice as effective as the single alpha tocopherol.