ANIMAL FEED

CORN MEAL
Used as raw material in the snack industry for extruded snack products and breweries. Cornmeal is a meal (coarse flour) ground from dried maize (corn). It is a common staple food and is ground to fine, medium, and coarse consistencies, but not as fine as wheat flour.

COTTON SEED MEAL
Cottonseed meal is the byproduct remaining after cotton is ginned and the seeds crushed and the oil extracted. The remaining meal is usually used for animal feed and in organic fertilizers. Cottonseed meal is a good source of protein.Cottonseed meal can be used in multiple ways: either alone or by mixing it with other plant and animal protein sources.

MEAT AND BONE MEAL
 Meat and bone meal (MBM) is a product of the rendering industry. It is typically about 50% protein 35% ash, 8-12% fat, and 4-7% moisture. It is primarily used in the formulation of animal feed to improve the amino acid profile of the feed.

RAPESEED MEAL
Consists of the meal obtained from whole rapeseed (mustard strain) after de-oiling by first a press and then solvent extraction process. An excellent source of vitamins and minerals and high in sulfur-containing amino acids, rapeseed meal’s nutrient profile complements ingredients in a wide range of livestock rations. In dairy rations, rapeseed meal has gained widespread acceptance as a quality protein source. 

SOYBEAN MEAL
Widely available, highly palatable, and rich in essential amino acids. Highly digestible for swine and poultry, the amino acids in soybean meal complement other ingredients to create a balanced diet. Because it’s an excellent source of rumen degradable protein, soybean meal allows microbes to produce maximum levels of high-quality microbial protein. A good source of amino acids, soybean meal also functions as a widely accepted alternative to fishmeal in aquaculture diets.

FISH MEAL
Our clients can avail from us a qualitative range of processed fish meal that is steam dried, comes in hygienic packing. Fishmeal, is a commercial product made from both whole fish and the bones and offal from processed fish. It is a brown powder or cake obtained by rendering pressing the cooked whole fish or fish trimmings to remove most of the fish oil and water, and then ground. What remains is the “fishmeal”.