The automated feeding systems market is projected to grow at a CAGR of XX.XX% to reach US$XX.XX billion in 2024 from USXX.XX billion in 2018. Automated feeding systems are the modern-day systems to feed domestic animals. Automated feeding systems are majorly used in the livestock feeding management. The process is usually carried out by automated robots and other machines which go near the livestock and their little ones to feed them with daily meal, milk and other foodstuffs. Automated feeding systems save time and cost carrying out a variety of tasks that includes storing different feed components individually, to mixing the feed and even distributing it onto the feeding table. The growing size of dairy farms and increasing awareness regarding substantial cost savings due to the adoption of feeding systems are the factors driving the growth of automated feeding systems market.
Increasing size of dairy farms.
Increasing awareness regarding substantial cost savings.
High setup cost.
Shortage of trained professionals to operate feeding systems.
In November 2018, Trioliet launched new feeding robot - the Triomatic WB 2 250 with battery drive. The Triomatic WB 2 250 travels along the feed fence and across the yard without rails, it follows an induction loop or transponders in the ground
In September 2018, Trioliet launched a new addition of mixer feeder, Solomix 3, for large livestock
Major industry players profiled as part of the report are DeLaval, Fullwood Packo, GEA , Trioliet, AfiMilk, Boumatic LLC, Lely Holding, VDL Agrotech, Pellon Group Oy among others.
The Automated Feeding Systems market has been analyzed through the following segments:
Rail guided feeding systems
Conveyor feeding system
Self-propelled feeding systems
Middle East and Africa