Manure Hose Reel Market - Size, Share, Outlook, and Forecast till 2026

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A hose reel system used for winding a liquid manure hose is called as manure hose reel. Various types of manure hose reels include turbine driven, motorless, hand crank, combustion engine, and others. It is mainly used for agricultural liquid manure application and irrigation. It is categorized based on the diameter and length of the hose they hold, the pressure rating, and the rewind method. It can both be fixed in a permanent location, or portable and attached to a truck, trailer, or car.

Even application of manure, easy operation, less compaction, and odor control are some of the major factors that increase demand for manure hose reel, thereby driving growth of manure hose reel market. The requirement of labor will be less and this will save money, further fueling growth of manure hose reel market.

High capital cost and difficulty in maintenance of the system are two major factors that are expected to hinder growth of manure hose reel market.

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Key Developments in Manure Hose Reel Market

Key players are adopting various strategies such as mergers, acquisitions, new product launches, expansions, collaborations, partnerships, approvals, and joint ventures to retain its position in the manure hose reel market. On March 16, 2018, Puck Custom Enterprises, a leading manufacturer of manure application equipment completed an asset purchase from Angus Fire of the U.S. hose manufacturing plant, equipment and product lines based in Angier, North Carolina, and will operate it as BullDog Hose Company.

On December 18, 2017, Puck Custom Enterprises, a prominent manure application equipment manufacturer in Manning, Iowa, partnered with Bauer Built Manufacturing for the production of an innovative new toolbar.

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Moreover, on April 10, 2018, precision nozzles manufactured by Lechler fulfilled the Council Regulation (EC) No. 1935/2004 beside the FDA requirements. On March 16, 2018, Lechler launched drift reducing nozzle technology of small sizes AD 90-01 C and -015 C that contributes to environmental and water protection.

Some of the key players operating in the manure hose reel market include Cadman Power Equipment, Irrigazione Veneta, Puck Custom Enterprises, Storth, 360 Yield Center, and Lechler among others.

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