The Poultry Diagnostics Market size is valued at USD 512.6 million in 2021 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.3% during the forecast period 2022 to 2028. The global market provides a detailed overview of the global poultry diagnostic market, and that can be segmented by product type, by test type, by disease type, and by microorganism. By product type, the global poultry diagnostic market has been segmented into Instruments, Test Kits, Reagents and Consumables. The Test Kit segment is likely to be the largest and fastest-growing segment in terms of type. Based on test type, the global poultry diagnostic market is segmented into PCR Test, ELISA Test, Others. Among these, the PCR Test, ELISA Test are expected to grow at a significant rate in the global market during the forecast period 2022-2028. Based on disease type, the global poultry diagnostic market is segmented into Avian Influenza, Avian Mycoplasma, Marek’s Disease, Newcastle Disease, Infectious Bursal Disease, Infectious Bronchitis, Chicken Anaemia, Others. The Avian Influenza segment accounts for the largest share in 2021. Hosted segment is the second-largest share during the forecast period 2022-2028. Based on the microorganism, the segment has been segregated into Bacteria, Virus, Parasites. The large enterprise segment is expected to dominate other segments in the global poultry diagnostic market. The virus segment is expected to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period according to precision business insights. Poultry diagnostics are the tests to identify the various diseases present in poultry birds. The various diseases in poultry birds include avian flu, Marek’s disease, Newcastle disease, infectious bronchitis, and others. Bacteria, viruses, and parasites are the causes of the diseases. Various tests used in the poultry diagnostics such as ELISA test and PCR test.
In Dec 2021, Aviagen India expanded diagnostics laboratory to enhance bird health and quality of services to customers.
In June 2022, Zoetis announced on progress during the five years of its African Livestock Productivity and Health Advancement (A.L.P.H.A.) initiative to establish sustainable veterinary care.