Automated Feed System Market Introduction
The automated feed system is becoming one of the crucial solutions for end users operating in dairy and livestock industries. Major feeding machine manufacturers are focused towards offering a variety of tested and tried systems for automated feeding that can be efficiently integrated across farms and compatible with other equipment. These systems consume lesser time while performing various tasks such as storing different feed components separately, mixing TMR feed, and distribution of the same on the feeding table. Automated feed systems supply livestock with freshly prepared, measured and mixed rations around the clock and allow end user farms to invest more time in managing animals. Further, to ensure complete automation key players provide intelligent modules that help setting work procedure which can be controlled through connected devices and computer system. Various advantages offered by an automated feed system help dairy farm and related businesses to increase the efficiency of the feeding procedure. This, in turn, is projected to boost the growth of the automated feed system market during the forecast period.
Increasing demand for dairy products across the globe is leading to an expansion in dairy farm size. This, in turn, is increasing number of livestock and propelling demand for automated feed systems in popular dairy farms. This is projected to boost the growth of the global automated feed system during the forecast period. Further, rising investment in automated solutions to enhance business productivity and reduction in operations cost is increasing the uptake of automated feed systems among end user farms. However, the high initial cost associated with installing automated feeders and lack of awareness among small farms is impeding the growth of the global automated feeder markets in developing regions.
Key segments included in the global automated feed system market are offering, system type, integration, livestock, and region. Based on offering, the market has been segmented into hardware, software, and services. The global automated feed system market has been bifurcated based on system type into conveyor feeding system, self-propelled feeding system, and rail-guided feeding system. The conveyor feeding system segment is further sub-segmented into pan feeding system, chain feeding system, and belt feeding system. By integration, the global automated feed system market is classified into integrated system and non-integrated system. The livestock segment takes in ruminants, swine, poultry, and others. Key regions covered in the global automated feed system industry report are North America, Latin America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa.
Automated Feed System Market Competitive Landscape
The global automated feed system market is characterized by the presence of large companies offering a variety of automated feeders for different applications. Key players identified in the market are GEA Group AG, DeLaval, BouMatic LLC, Trioliet, S.A.E. Afimilk, Fullwood Packo Group, Lely Holding, Pellon Group Oy, VDL Agrotech, and DairyMaster. Major players operating in the global automated feed system industry are focused towards introducing the technologically advanced system for end-user sectors to remain ahead in the competition. Strategic partnerships and acquisitions are other major strategies followed by prominent manufacturers present in the market.
Major Regions/Countries include:
- Western Europe
- United Kingdom
- Rest of Western Europe
- Eastern Europe
- Rest of Eastern Europe
- Asia Pacific (APAC)
- Rest of Asia-Pacific
- Latin America
- Rest of Latin America
- Middle East and Africa (MEA)
- North Africa
- South Africa
- Rest of MEA
This research report on automated feed system market would be produced using first-hand market information gathered from industry experts and major participants across the value chain, during primary research. It would provide broad view of current market trends, growth factors and competitive analysis.