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Globally, agricultural machinery market is expected to reach USD 230-250 Billion by 2023. India's farm equipment market likely to grow to USD 18 billion by 2025 from the current USD 13 billion. Farm mechanization in India is in the initial stages, with the mechanization level ranging from 40-45%, which is very low compared to that in developed economies, where mechanization has reached beyond 90%.India's farm equipment market is 7% of the global market, with more than 80% of the value contribution coming from tractors. Over the last few years, there has been a considerable progress in agriculture mechanization. A significant proportion of farmers in the country have already started moving from using animate sources to mechanical equipment to power their farming activities. Mechanical equipment for various farm operations like tillage, sowing, irrigation, plant protection and threshing, etc., are generally being used by the farming community. As a result of increasing farm mechanization trends, the agricultural equipment market has witnessed strong growth in the past few years. This market is currently being driven by a number of factors such as easy availability of credit, government incentives, increasing agricultural productivity, emergence of contract farming, increasing rural incomes, etc.

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Indian agricultural machinery market is valued at ~USD 8 Billion. India is a net exporter of agricultural machineries, driven by export of tractors. Indian agricultural machinery industry mostly produces tractors. In terms of sales, nearly two-third comes from tractors, while other agricultural equipment constitutes the rest. Tractor accounts for most of the farm mechanisation in India. India is the largest manufacturer of farm tractor in the world. Today, domestic manufacturers are capable of producing a wide range of advance tractors with capacities ranging from 20 HP to 120 HP. Indian agricultural machinery manufacturers are mostly MSMEs (nearly 90 percent). More than 1 lakh rural artisans are engaged in the manufacture of hand tools used for agricultural purposes (e.g., shovels, sickles, etc.)
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