The Latin America, Middle East and Africa Milking Robots Market would witness market growth of 18.9% CAGR during the forecast period (2022-2028).
Milking is an essential part of the management of dairy cows and other animals used for dairy production. The method that is used to milk animals has a significant impact not only on the health of the animals but also on the amount of milk that is produced. Either manually or with the assistance of a milking machine, either method is acceptable.
The first choice is sometimes made in pastoral systems, by small farmers, or in specific geographic locations; nevertheless, the second choice is the more prevalent one in contemporary agricultural systems. The employment of milking robots, which has, as of late, been becoming more common in dairy cattle farms, has never been produced for any dairy animal that is not a cow.
Since the early 1990s, AMS devices have been commercially accessible and have been rather effective in adopting the voluntary milking approach. The majority of research and development has occurred in the Netherlands. The Netherlands and Denmark have the greatest number of farms with AMS. A new variant of robotic milking incorporates a robotic arm system with a rotational platform, which increases the number of cows that can be milked per robot arm.
The dairy sector in South Africa is the fourth largest agricultural industry in the country. There are over 1200 dairy farms and 1.2 million dairy cows in the country, and the dairy business employs approximately 26,000 people. The majority of dairy farms may be found in the southern and southwestern coastal regions of the country. These provinces receive more rainfall, which helps pasture-based grazing systems thrive there. As a direct consequence of this, many farmers have given up keeping a dairy herd as a result of these consequences. This resulted in a decrease in the number of farms operating on a smaller scale, which in turn led to a reduction in the overall total number of dairy farms across the nation.
The Brazil market dominated the LAMEA Milking Robots Market by Country in 2021; thereby, achieving a market value of $90.6 million by 2028. The Argentina market is showcasing a CAGR of 19.5% during (2022 - 2028). Additionally, The UAE market would register a CAGR of 18.5% during (2022 - 2028).
Based on Component, the market is segmented into Hardware, Software and Services. Based on Hardware Type, the market is segmented into Automation & Control Devices and Sensing & Monitoring Devices. Based on System Type, the market is segmented into Single-stall Unit, Multi-stall Unit and Automated Milking Rotary. Based on Herd Size, the market is segmented into Below 100, Above 1,000 and Between 100 & 1,000. Based on countries, the market is segmented into Brazil, Argentina, UAE, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Nigeria, and Rest of LAMEA.
The market research report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the market. Key companies profiled in the report include Tetra Laval International S.A. (DeLaval), GEA Group AG, Madison One Holdings, LLC (BouMatic), Lely International N.V., Fullwood Ltd., Milkomax, Solutions laitières, Inc., System Happel GmbH, Waikato Milking Systems NZ LP, AMS Galaxy USA and Dairymaster USA, Inc.
Scope of the Study
Market Segments covered in the Report:
o Automation & Control Devices
o Sensing & Monitoring Devices
By System Type
• Single-stall Unit
• Multi-stall Unit
• Automated Milking Rotary
By Herd Size
• Below 100
• Above 1,000
• Between 100 & 1,000
• Saudi Arabia
• South Africa
• Rest of LAMEA
• Tetra Laval International S.A. (DeLaval)
• GEA Group AG
• Madison One Holdings, LLC (BouMatic)
• Lely International N.V.
• Fullwood Ltd.
• Milkomax, Solutions laitières, Inc.
• System Happel GmbH
• Waikato Milking Systems NZ LP
• AMS Galaxy USA
• Dairymaster USA, Inc.
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