De Oiled Rice Bran (DORB) / De-Oiled Cake (DOC)


De Oiled Rice Bran

De-oiled/ defatted rice bran, which is a rich source of protein (17 to 20 per cent) and vitamins (vitamins A & E) is used as a cattle feed. De-oiled bran is more suitable for feed than raw bran due to higher nutritional value, higher digestibility and better keeping quality.


Guar Korma


Guar Korma

Guar Korma is the highest protein containing product. It is 100% Natural, Organic, Non GMO product for manufacturing for Cattle feeds. It is a by-product formed during processing of Guar seeds into Guar Splits. The extracted guar meal is further processed by toasting at a high temperature to remove Trypsin Inhibitor, thus improving its nutritive value.

Processed guar meal used either in conjunction with other feed stuffs or by itself, as it is a complete nutritional feed.


Grinded Corn


Grinded Corn
Corn

In a 100 g serving, maize kernels provide 86 calories and are a good source of the B vitamins, thiamin, niacin, pantothenic acid (B5) and folate. It also supply dietary fiber and the essential minerals, magnesium and phosphorus whereas other nutrients are in low amounts.


Mustard Oil Cake


Mustard Oil Cake
Mustard Oil Cake

Lactating cows give superior lactation performance which take mustard oil cake.


Grinded Rice


Grinded Rice

Grinded Rice


Rice Bran


Rice Bran

Rice bran is produced from the physical abrasion and separation of the hull from rice grain during the rice milling process. The rice grain is then used for human consumption. Rice bran is produced when hull and fragments of the hull are blended with some of the germ. Rice bran contains about 10 to 12 percent fat, 12 percent fiber and 12 percent protein.


Molasses


Molasses

Molasses or black treacle is a viscous by-product of the refining of sugarcane or sugar beets into sugar. Molasses contains no protein or dietary fibre and close to no fat. Each tablespoon (20 g) contains 58 kcal (240 kJ), 14.95 g of carbohydrates, including 11.1 g of sugar divided among:

  • Sucrose: 5.88 g
  • Glucose: 2.38 g
  • Fructose: 2.56 g

Salt


Salt

All domestic and wild animals need salt, just as humans. Animals have a more well defined appetite for sodium chloride than any other compound in nature except water. Because most plants provide insufficient sodium for animal feeding and may lack adequate chloride content, salt supplementation is a critical part of a nutritionally balanced diet for animals.


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Rumensin

Rumensin helps dairy producers provide nutritious milk more efficiently. Rumensin’s ability to help cows get more energy from every pound of feed provides flexibility when formulating rations. Dairy producers can customize the herd’s ration and get more milk from the same feed or the same milk from less feed. Rumensin provides value throughout the lactation cycle.

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TOXFIN Dry
TOXFIN Dry
TOXFIN Dry

TOXFIN promotes the excretion of mycotoxins, allowing the negative effects of mycotoxins on animal health and performance to be reduced.

Visual evaluation of the liver confirmed that TOXFIN successfully eliminated the negative effects of many mycotoxins.

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KemTRACE Star Dry
KemTRACE Star Dry Powder

The Critical Role of Trace Minerals
Trace minerals play a critical role in vital functions, including the activity of enzyme systems, which contribute to overall performance, health, and well-being of animals. Trace minerals are required for digestion and supporting the immune, respiratory and circulation systems.

Mineral Absorption
It is believed that the primary site of mineral absorption is the small intestine, not leaving out the possibility of absorption by other tissues1,2. Mineral solubility is the first step in the absorption of a mineral. In this process minerals are reduced into simple molecules. Most salts will form their ionic specie as they dissolve into aqueous solutions. The rate at which a mineral goes into solution will impact the rate of dissociation. Once the molecule dissociates, it will be in its ionic charge.

Metal propionates become soluble in solution and dissociate under controlled pH conditions. This facilitates metals in their ionic state to be presented to the binding sites of the methallothionine binding protein and become absorbed independently from their organic moiety.

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