Soya bean is the preferred oilseed after groundnuts of which India is the largest producer. Around 3-5 million tons of soya meal is produced in India annually. Soya bean production requires right weather and temperatures. The animal feed sector accounts for the highest demand of a whopping 98%. Pests, diseases and epidemics affecting the cattle and poultry have an unfavorable effect on the price of soya. The prices of maize, jowar and bajra are the other determinants of the price of the soya meal products. We supply quality soyabean meal with protein 44-46% Min.
Rice Bran Meal
The oil present in the rice bran is a rich source of Vitamin E, Vitamin B, minerals and other essential acids. Rice bran meal though has only 14-16% proteins which is very less compared to other oil meals like soybean meal, peanut meal, rapeseed meal etc; it has low fiber content which makes it very safe, free from rancidity problems and hence is in great demand for use in poultry as well as in cattle feed. Cost wise also RICE BRAN MEAL is the cheapest source for the animal feed.
Cotton Seed Meal
Cottonseed meal is the by-product after squeezed cottonseed, is an excellent protein feed resources, rich in nutrition, contains tryptophan, methionine and high-content vitamin. It, made from the ground cotton seeds, is a kind of light red or yellow granular object after oil separation with the technology of extraction, the main material of feeds, with more than 40% of crude protein.
Rape seed Meal
Rape seed is a major crop in India (Mustard), grown on 13% of cropped land. Rapeseed oil is an Edible Oil in India. Exports of all Edible Oils from India (including Rapeseed Oil) are banned. It is the most favored vegetable oil in India for cooking, while in Europe it is used for the manufacture of Biodiesel and is in great demand there for Bio Diesel. Rapeseed is the world's second leading source of protein meal. We offer RAPESEEDS MEAL 38% min. for animal feeds mainly.
Barley, a member of the grass family, is a major cereal grain. It was one of the first cultivated grains and is now grown widely. Barley grain is a staple in Tibetan cuisine and was eaten widely by peasants in Medieval Europe. Barley has also been used as animal fodder, as a source of fermentable material forbeer and certain distilled beverages, and as a component of various health foods. It is used in soups and stews, and in barley bread of various cultures. Barley grains are commonly made into malt in a traditional and ancient method of preparation. We offer BARLEY for animal feeds mainly.
Maize/ Yellow Corn
Maize is commonly known as corn in some countries and the largest crop. It is the third largest crop in the world; these are grown under hygienic conditions in Indian fields. We offer only Indian Yellow Maize, which is free from any bacterial and fungal diseases. Corn is one of the most extensively cultivated cereal crops on Earth. More maize is produced, than any other grain, and almost every country on Earth cultivates maize commercially for a variety of uses. We offer MAIZE / YELLOW CORN for animal feeds mainly.