Mar, 2023 - By CMI
As the demand for dairy and meat products rises, so does the market for alfalfa hay. According to Coherent Market Insights, the annual increases in the production of meat and milk in developing countries will be 2.4% and 2.5%, respectively, through the year 2030. As a result, emerging countries will now produce 66% (247 million metric tonnes) of the world's meat and 55% (55% of the world's milk, respectively) (484 million metric ton).
Rising animal production is predicted to once more fuel market expansion. The Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) reports that during the past 40 years, meat consumption has dramatically increased, especially in developing nations. There will probably be an increase in demand for alfalfa hay on a global scale as a result of the expansion of industrial livestock operations.
The volume of the Alfalfa Hay Market was 58,028.5 metric tons in 2019, and it is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.6% to 86,150.4 metric tons by the year 2027.
Key Leaders in the Alfalfa Hay Industry:
1) Al Dahra ACX Global Inc: Founded in 1995. Headquartered in Wlmington, Delaware, United States. Al Dahra ACX, Inc. is a branch of the Al Dahra Agricultural Group and sells feed, forage, and roughage goods to several countries.
2) Anderson Hay & Grain Co. Inc.: The company Anderson Hay & Grain Co. Inc. sells hay and straw products internationally. The company sells rye and fescue grass straw, alfalfa and timothy hay, and other related goods. Operating in the US is Anderson Hay & Grain. Headquartered in Ellensburg, Washington.
3) Border Valley: In 1989, Border Valley Trade was established. Headquarters are located in California. The staff at Border Valley is dedicated to being the greatest, most dependable, and most varied exporter and domestic supplier of grass hay and straw. The company has finished the facility's drainage upgrades, rocked all storage pads, and finished the asphalt project surrounding the offices, shops, and press area.
4) Cubeit Hay Company: Eastern Idaho is where the company is based. The business was established in 2008 with the goal of producing a premium alfalfa hay cube that would compete successfully with other milled alfalfa products on the market. Headquarters are located in North Carolina.
5) Bailey Farms: In 1989, a tiny, family-run business called Bailey Farms Inc. was established. The U.S. state of North Carolina is where Bailey Farms' main office is situated. Bailey made a 2019 investment in digital irrigation. The fertigation system more effectively distributes water. By conserving gasoline, water, and maybe fertilizer, the method has cut costs while raising yields.
6) Green Prairie International: Built in 1989. A reputable international wholesaler of high-quality fodder products is Green Prairie International (GPI). The business, which is based in Alberta north east of Lethbridge, has established itself as one of the country's top processors and suppliers of long-fiber timothy and alfalfa hay for prestigious international markets. They provide an innovative air-dried hay product as the original North American fodder company.
7) Grupo Osés, Gruppo Carli: Since 1960, the family-run Gruppo Carli has been producing, processing, and distributing high-quality fodder. Headquarters are located in San Leo, Emilia-Romagna, Italy, 47865. The production of alfalfa and dehydrated forages is dominated by Gruppo Carli in Italy. Worldwide recognition and acclaim for Gruppo Carli products is a result of the company's expertise in the field, sound business judgement, and cutting-edge technological advancements.
Definition: Alfalfa hay is a well-liked and nutrient-rich source of animal feed. It is free of hazardous substances and rich in protein and fiber.