Lack of health insurance for workers threatens COVID-19 outbreak
The impact of COVID-19 on the food supply chain and in particular on animal production has been unexpected. A growing number of cases among workers in meat processing plants have rapidly evolved to affect humans, animals in terms of adequate food and water supply and environmental well-being in several countries. These consequences have slowed economic growth in the poultry farming equipment market.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, increased importance is being given to hygiene to ensure product quality and food safety. These findings are influencing the growth of the global poultry farming equipment market as the new disease has spread rapidly among the workers. The lack of sick leave and health insurance has led to workers continuing to work while infected. Overall, the economic downturn has slowed business activities in the poultry farming equipment market.
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Can poultry farming systems meet the demands of end users?
The poultry farming equipment market is expected to surpass $6.33 billion by 2031. Poultry farming systems are estimated to dictate the highest revenue share among all product types in the market. Stakeholders are investing in different types of systems such as open-air systems, semi-intensive systems, and deep litter systems, among others. The pros and cons of all the systems influence the revenue streams in the poultry farming equipment market.
For example, scientific management practices cannot be adopted in outdoor systems. Thus, less capital investment and less feed requirements in free-range systems compensate for its disadvantages.
Increased use of advanced technologies and materials to craft brooders
The poultry farming equipment market is expected to show a favorable CAGR of 6.1%, in terms of revenue, during the forecast period. Manufacturers are increasing their production of alke gas broilers which are made from excellent materials procured from well-known vendors in the market. On the other hand, manufacturers are innovating in electric brooders with fan and strengthening their sales via eCommerce sites.
Indian poultry farming equipment market manufacturers are building export chains with end users in Africa, USA, Middle East, Australia and East Asia. The electric brooders with fan are designed using advanced technologies to ensure long life and exceptional performance, even in difficult working conditions.
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Preference for automated feeding systems to reduce labor costs
Trolley feeding systems are developed by manufacturers in the poultry farming equipment market. These systems have self-service terminals, eliminating the need for unnecessary manpower. Trolley feeding systems do not require human intervention during the process of transporting and feeding the food since the whole process can be automated.
The poultry farming equipment market is expected to grow from a volume of 458,060 units in 2021 to 708,639 units by 2031. Manufacturers are gaining proficiency to develop automatic feeding systems mainly used for rearing broilers and some chicks. The easy to clean and easy to assemble features of these feeders are attracting the attention of poultry farm owners.
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