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Title: The Indian Agriculture Industry as an Investments

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The Next Big Thing The Indian Agriculture
Industry as an Investment
Published May 2015
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  • The Next Big Thing The Indian Agriculture
    Industry as an Investment
  • The agriculture industry in India provides
    employment to millions and is the backbone of the
    rural economy. The sector is currently undergoing
    a transformation and is evolving from just a
    traditional way of life to a professionally
    managed Industry.
  • The growth of the Indian economy is
    agriculture-oriented and is a dominant sector in
    terms of contribution to GDP as well as a source
    of employment to millions across the country.
    More than 70 of the rural households depend on
    agriculture as their main means of livelihood.
    The Indian agriculture industry offers plenty of
    areas to choose from for investment purposes,
    such as food grains, dairy products, processed
    food, poultry, animal husbandry, fertilisers,
    sericulture, cold chain logistics, pesticides,
  • The Indian government has provided several
    initiatives to attract investments in the
    agriculture industry from the public sector,
    private parties and foreign conglomerates. Some
    of the initiatives that the government provided
    to promote investments are
  • Enhanced institutional credit to farmers
  • Promotion of scientific warehousing
    infrastructure including cold chains
  • Improved access to irrigation through Pradhan
    Mantri Krishi Sichayee Yojana
  • Provision of Price Stabilisation Fund to mitigate
    price volatility in agricultural produce
  • Providing institutional finance to joint farming
    groups of "Bhoomi Heen Kisan" through NABARD,
  • 100 foreign direct investment in certain sectors
    of the agriculture industry - technology,
    machinery, equipments, seeds/planting material,
    warehousing, cold storages and other
    infrastructure logistics.

Report Description and Highlights

Report Description and Highlights
  • These initiatives have been acting as catalysts
    in attracting investments in the agricultural
    industry. While investments by the public sector
    is meagre compared to the large subsidies
    provided, it is investments by the private sector
    that dominates the agriculture landscape. Some of
    the major investments made by the private parties
    in the agriculture industry are
  • IVRCL Ltd.s irrigation and water divisions have
    invested Rs 1,255.67 crore (US 201.58 million)
    in irrigation facilities. The company is based
    out of Hyderabad.
  • The Oman India Joint Investment Fund (OIJIF), a
    joint venture between State Bank of India and
    State General Reserve Fund, has invested Rs 95
    crore (US 15.25 million) in GSP Crop Science. It
    is a Gujarat-based agrochemicals company.
  • Israel based ADAMA Agrochemicals plans to invest
    at least US 50 million in India over the next
    couple of years.
  • Australian organisations such as Geraldton
    Fisheries Co-operative, Profitable Dairy Systems,
    Bundaberg Mobile Equipment Engineering and Gale
    Pacific are exploring opportunities to invest in
  • Apart from this, there have been several
    bilateral tie-ups for the promotion of
    agriculture in India. Canada is keen to partner
    with India in the agriculture and processing
    sectors, particularly in pulses and canola. Fiji
    has proposed to enter into a MoU with India in
    the areas of rice, horticulture, fisheries and
    animal husbandry. Israel has increased its
    cooperation with Indian agriculture, helping
    farmers multiply their income with better
    practices, yields and choosing the right crops or
    vegetables. The Republic of Poland also looks
    forward to partner strategically with Punjab and
    Haryana in the agriculture sector.

  • Apart from the big companies, small start-ups are
    also investing in the agriculture industry to
    improve the yield and help reduce waste. Some
    such noteworthy start-ups are
  • Ubio Biotechnology Ubio uses the latest
    technology to develop accurate point of care
    diagnostic tools for the medical and veterinary
    areas of agribusiness.  Ubio is the only company
    in India manufacturing animal health diagnostic
  • I Say Organic I Say Organic has ventured into
    connecting farmers who want to grow organic
    products with customers who want to buy organic. 
  • Skymet Skymet uses a cloud-based service model
    to provide clients affordable access to real-time
    information so that farmers can understand and
    organize themselves around the ever-changing
    weather environments. Skymet is backed
    by Omnivore, a venture fund focused on early
    stage agriculture and food companies in India.
  • Knids Green Operating out of Bihar, the core
    product of Knids Green is providing a vegetable
    supply chain for more than 3,000 farmers and 500

Report Description and Highlights

Report Description and Highlights
  • Looking at the immense potential of the
    agriculture industry in terms of investments,
    IMARC Group has released its new report titled,
    Agriculture Industry in India Market Segments,
    Key Drivers, Challenges, Market Trends and
    Regulations. The report is by far the most
    comprehensive study of the Indian agriculture
    industry and its various segments. The study,
    which is based both on desk research and multiple
    waves of qualitative primary research, has delved
    deeply into the following segments of the Indian
    agriculture Industry.
  • Farming
  • Agriculture Equipments
  • Fertilizers
  • Pesticides
  • Warehousing
  • Cold Chains
  • Food Processing
  • Dairy Farming
  • Floriculture
  • Apiculture
  • Sericulture
  • Seeds
  • Fisheries
  • Poultry
  • Animal Husbandry
  • Animal Feed

Report Description and Highlights
  • Focus of the Analysis for Each Segment and
  • Drivers and Challenges
  • Historical, Current and Future Market Values
  • Historical, Current and Future Market Volumes
  • Analysis of Various Sub-Segments
  • Areas of Opportunity
  • Competitive Landscape
  • To buy the complete report and know more about
    the opportunities in the agriculture sector
    please visit http//

Report Description and Highlights
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