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Global Bird Repellents Market to Reach USD 412.3 billion by 2028

According to the latest research by SkyQuest Technology, the bird repellents market was valued at US$ 327.2 billion in 2021, and it is expected to reach US$ 412.3 billion by 2028, with a CAGR of 3.6% during the forecast period of 2022-2028. The research provides up-to-date bird repellents market analysis of the current market landscape, latest trends, drivers, and overall market environment.

Asia Pacific is expected to account for the largest market share due to the fast-growing awareness of bird repellents in the agriculture and horticulture industries in China, India, Japan, and other Southeast Asian countries. Europe is expected to have the greatest CAGR because to European starlings being attracted to grain and other food processing plants and nesting in gutters or other holes in buildings, which causes property damage and the spread of numerous infectious diseases.

Bird repellents are widely used to stop unwanted birds from landing, roosting, and nesting within the house without putting the birds or other animals in danger. Bird deterrents are also widely used by farmers of fruits and grains. Agriculture and horticulture, where birds cause significant damage to crops and fruits through invasion and infringement, account for the majority of industries that use bird repellents. The rising bird infestation on significant field crops like soybean, rice, and many others is having an effect on the overall quality and quantity of the harvests, which would increase demand for the product among farmers who grow food.

Read Market Research Report, “Global Bird Repellents Market By Type (Technology & Equivalent, Electrical Track, Laser Bird Control, Sound Bird Deterrents, Adar Bird Control, Chemical Repellents, Others), End-User (Agriculture & Horticulture, Aviation, Architecture & Construction, Food Processing, Gas & Oil Fields, Others), and Region” —Forecast and Analysis 2022-2028” by SkyQuest.


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Currently the largest market, North America is expected to hold a sizable share of the market during the projection period. Since the beginning of cultivation, bird damage has afflicted plantations, and in those plantations where birds choose to forage, it significantly reduces productivity. In the upcoming years, the regional market is anticipated to be driven by the rising number of bird strikes. Additionally, the presence of numerous notable players in the area, including Bird B Gone, Bird Gard LLC, and others, as well as the ease with which their broad range of products are accessible in the region, is predicted to be a positive factor for market expansion.

In the Asian agricultural industry, there is a considerable demand for bird repellents.

It is projected that the region will have a greater prevalence of population growth that will put pressure on food security. In order to avoid yield loss or wastage, the products are therefore marketed as being affordable, secure, and effective plant protection products. Field crops and fruits are being used more frequently to prevent yield losses in a potentially environmentally benign way. During the projection period, the market for bird scarers and repellents will expand due to the rising number of retail chains, particularly in emerging nations. The rise of organized retailing will also support the offline distribution channel’s sales of bird scarers and repellants.

However, the sector in the global market will expand more slowly than the market in the internet sector. This study makes a precise estimate of how each sector will affect the size of the global market for bird scarers and repellents.

In 2021, Europe was the second-largest market for these goods. European starlings nest in gutters or other openings in buildings and are drawn to grain and other food processing plants, where they inflict property damage and spread a number of dangerous diseases. This aspect, coupled with other avian issues present in the area, is anticipated to fuel market expansion in Europe.

The report published by SkyQuest Technology Consulting provides in-depth qualitative insights, historical data, and verifiable projections about bird repellents Market Revenue. The projections featured in the report have been derived using proven research methodologies and assumptions.


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Report Findings

  • Drivers-During the projection period, a rapid rise in farmer awareness of bird scarers and repellents is anticipated to present considerable potential for producers and distributors. A major issue for those working in agriculture, horticulture, food processing, aviation, and other industrial sites & enterprises is the rise in instances of crop damage caused by birds.
  • Restraints- It is anticipated that regional restrictions on the use of chemical repellents like Avitrol, Methyl Anthranilate, Methiocarb, and many others will limit market expansion.


What does this Report Deliver?


  • Market Estimation for 20+ Countries
  • Bird Repellents Market demand by Region, Sub-Region, and Country
  • Customization on Segments, Regions, and Company Profiles
  • 100+ tables, 150+ Figures
  • Global, Regional, and Country-specific Bird Repellents Market Trends
  • Comprehensive Mapping of Bird Repellents Industry Parameters
  • Attractive Investment Proposition in the Global Bird Repellents Industry
  • Competitive Strategies Adopted by Bird Repellents Market Key Players
  • Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Challenges, and the impact on the Bird Repellents Market Size
  • Market growth rate till 2028
  • Regulatory scenario, regional dynamics, and Bird Repellents Market insights of leading countries in each region
  • In-depth Market insights by Region and Country
  • Market Segmentation Trend Analysis, Opportunities, and Growth
  • Porter’s five force analysis to know the market’s condition
  • Pricing Analysis and bird repellents Market Sales
  • Parent market analysis
  • Product portfolio benchmarking


SkyQuest has Segmented the Global Bird Repellents Market based on Type, End-User, and Region:

  • Global Bird Repellents Market by Type (Revenue, US$ billion, 2021 – 2028)
  • Technology & Equivalent
  • Electrical Track
  • Laser Bird Control
  • Sound Bird Deterrents
  • Radar Bird Control
  • Chemical Repellents
  • Others
  • Global Bird Repellents Market by End-USer (Revenue, US$ billion, 2021 – 2028)
  • Agriculture & Horticulture
  • Aviation
  • Architect & Construction
  • Food Processing
  • Gas & Oil Fields
  • Others
  • Global Bird Repellents Market by Region (Revenue, US$ billion, 2021 – 2028)
  • North America
  • US
  • Canada
  • Europe
  • Germany
  • France
  • UK
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Rest of Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • China
  • India
  • Japan
  • Rest of Asia Pacific
  • Central & South America
  • Brazil
  • Rest of CSA
  • Middle East & Africa
  • GCC Countries
  • South Africa
  • Rest of MEA


Key Players in the Global Bird Repellents Market

  • Bird B Gone, Inc. (US)
  • Bird Control Group (Netherlands)
  • com (US
  • Bird X (US)
  • Martley Electronics (UK)
  • Leaven Enterprises (Taiwan)
  • Bird Gard LLC. (US)
  • Primetake Limited (UK)
  • Bird Barrier America Inc. (US)
  • Rentokil Initial (UK)


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