The grain farming is an agriculture type, which is primarily dependent on various other mechanizations. The grain farming is a complex process which includes various different steps such as planting, growing, harvesting, threshing and storing of the finished product. Moreover, the rise in use of advanced and high tech farm machinery have eased farmers to extract grain at a much faster rate. The use of various machinery further permits the farmers to harvest the grains in easier way.
Grain farming is labeled into types such as small scale grain farming and commercial grain farming. Small-scale farming is a particular farming technique that makes use of little or no land and additionally makes use of little or the less priced technologies. This sort of farming is carefully associated with greater sustainable agricultural techniques inclusive of organic, Hobby, biodynamic and permacultural (etc.) farms. The commercial grain farming is a specialized form of farming and largely a single crop is grown. Moreover, in most commercial applications the grain preferred to grow is wheat. These days the commercial grain farming is highly mechanized. The use of ploughs, tractors, drills and combines the harvests & reaps out, thresh, winnow and then sack the grain. In order to attain the economies of scale, the commercial farming needs to be more efficient & practiced on much wide scale with the objective of maximizing the profit margin. Additionally, business grain farming is an extensive & tremendously mechanized shape of agriculture that has enabled farmers to domesticate grain on the larger scale.
As per analysis, “Grain Farming Global Market Report 2020-30: Covid 19 Impact and Recovery” the key companies operating in the global grain farming market include Bunge; Agrium Inc; ADM; Cargill; Monsanto Company and among others. Large renowned players have numerous advantages in the highly-mechanized operations as well as access to the most recent in genetically modified (GM) grains. Additionally, small operations can compete via specializing in organic and non-GM grains.
In terms of type, grain farming market is segmented as wheat farming, dry pea & bean farming and others. In terms of application, market can be divided as fodder, food & beverages and others. In addition, based on farming process, market is segmented as traditional farming and organic grain farming.
The grain farming market is driven by growth in advancements in technology & mechanization, followed by increase in disposable income and growth in population. However, excessive infrastructure & capital price can also additionally effect. Moreover, growth in irrigation techniques is a leading opportunity for global market.
Based on geographic analysis, the Asia-Pacific region dominates the global grain farming market owing to strong support from the Indian government, emergence of contract farming & organized retail, better seeds & easy availability of credit and growth in economy across the region. The North-America and Europe regions estimated to exhibit substantial growth rate due to increase in farm mechanization over the forecast period. It is predicted that future of the global grain farming market will be bright as a result of increase in per capita consumption of food products such as fruits, vegetables and pulses during the forecast period.
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