The animal produce industry includes raising animals (and insects) for sale and production of meat and other products. The establishments in the industry are involved in the production of meat, raising of live animals, production of skin and hide, extraction of wool, and production of honey, milk and eggs.
Animal Produce Global Market Size
The global animal produce market was valued at $3877.7 billion in 2017. Asia Pacific was the largest geographic region accounting for $1717.88 billion or 44.3% of the global market. China was the largest country accounting for $749.72 billion or 19.33% of the global market.
Animal Produce Global Market Trend
Companies in the meat processing industry are turning to robotics to maximize production efficiency. Robotic systems automate deboning, cutting, butchering, and monitoring processes in meat production. This decreases cycle times and increases throughput. Automation helps to improve plant conditions, reduce contamination, and makes meat processing safer for workers as well as consumers. Plants with fixed automation systems can increase yields by at least 2-3% over workers
Animal Produce Global Market Segmentation
The animal produce market is segmented into Live Animals, Meat, Milk, Egg, Skin and Hide, Wool, and Honey.
Live Animals includes raising of cattle and buffalo, sheep and goat, pig, poultry and birds, and other bovine animals.
Meat Production includes establishments involved in production and processing of pork, chicken, beef, sheep and goat, birds, and other animals.
Milk Production includes companies involved in producing milk by raising and milking dairy cattle. This includes cow milk, buffalo milk, goat milk, sheep milk, and camel milk.
Eggs Production includes establishments primarily involved in breeding, hatching and raising chickens and other birds for egg production.
Skin And Hide includes establishments involved in producing sheep, goat, and bovine skin and hide.
Wool Production includes companies involved in the production of wool.
Honey Production includes establishments primarily involved in raising bees and producing honey.
The companies covered are Cargill, Inc., JBS S.A., and Tyson Foods, Inc.
The countries covered are USA, China, Germany, Brazil, Japan, UK, Spain, Russia, France, Australia, Italy, India and rest of the world.