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Increasing high quality hay demand for increasing milk production in dairy cattle is the key driving factor for global alfalfa market. Moreover, owing to benefits of alfalfa including high nutrient content, rich source for protein and energy that helps improve: the lactation, reproduction, maintenance and growth of the livestock, the global alfalfa market is expected to grow significantly in the near future. However, changing water restrictions government policies and competition with high-value crops are some of the restraining factors for the global alfalfa market. With the accelerating global demand for alfalfa, the prices for alfalfa are high, which have led dairy producers to search for the replacements.
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The global alfalfa market is divided into seven regions, namely Eastern Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ), North America, Japan, Western Europe, and Middle East and Africa (MEA).In the global alfalfa market North America holds the major market share, of which, USA has been the highest contributor for the North America alfalfa market. In the Western Europe, Spain has been the principal exporter for the alfalfa hay entailed by France, and Italy, thus contributing significantly to the Europe alfalfa market. Though, USA produces better quality crops in comparison to Spain. In MEA region, among the different GCC countries, Saudi Arabia is the major importers of alfalfa. Also, Japan is the chief importer of US hay, trailed by China, Korea and others.