Cottonseed as a supplement is marketed primarily towards agricultural sectors that feed dairy
cows. The whole cottonseed leads to high production of milk and fat when fed to a high-producing dairy cow. It serves as a highly digestible feed which also improves the reproductive performance of livestock.
Dairy Gold is a balanced source of essential nutrients required for body maintenance, growth, and milk production.
The corn/maize grain is a major feed grain and a standard component of livestock diets where it is used as a source of energy. Other grains are typically compared to maize when their nutritional value is estimated. "Dent corn " maize is the most widely grown type of maize and the one typically used for feed.
Rice bran comes from the outer layer of rice. Rice bran is a byproduct of the rice milling process and it contains various antioxidants that impart beneficial effects.
Minerals are required by dairy animals for their metabolic functions, growth, milk production, reproduction, and health. The animal cannot synthesize minerals inside its body and usually feeds and fodders fed to the dairy animals do not provide all the minerals in the required quantity. Therefore, the animal should be supplemented with an adequate amount of good quality mineral mixture in their ration.
Corn/Maize Cake is very rich in nutrition and provides the cattle with the required amount of proteins for their everyday diet. These cakes also have calcium, dietary fiber, and various other nutrients that help increase milk yield.
De-Oiled Rice Bran (DORB) is the key to the wholesome development of livestock. After crude oil has been extracted from rice bran,
DORB is obtained.
Corn gluten is a feed ingredient mostly used in cattle diets as a source of energy and protein.
Surtaru Rabbit Feed is a balanced source of essential nutrients required for body maintenance, growth, and optimal growth. It is available in pellet form. It contains dietary fiber which is helpful for the healthy digestive system of your bunny.
Surtaru’s Mustard Oil Cake is 100% Organic. It is obtained after extracting the Mustard oil from the Mustard seeds. Mustard Oil cakes provide all the essential elements for plant growth such as nitrogen, phosphorous & potassium while restoring all the essential macro and micro-nutrients in the soil to ensure your plants grow happy and healthy.
Rapeseed meal is nothing but a finely powdered substance obtained as a bi-product when rapeseed is processed for oil. The meal is a major supplement of protein (minimum 36-38% of protein by weight) only next to soybean and is known to be the cheaper of the two options. It also contains a very low amount of glucosinolates, which cause a metabolism disruption in cattle and pigs.
Rapeseed ‘oil cake’ is also used as a fertilizer in China and even for ornamentals such as Bonsai. It contains high sources of nitrogen and phosphorous and is even an essential source of vitamins (B and E), minerals, amino acids (methionine and lysine), and fiber (13%).
It is used for feeding mostly cattle (both ruminant and non-ruminant), pigs, and chickens in many countries, including India. Indian rapeseed meal is produced for both local markets and even export purposes. The major origin places in India include; Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Haryana, Punjab, Bihar, West Bengal, Gujarat, Jammu, and Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh & Orissa. India exports the product (nearly 1.2 Million MT every year) mainly to countries such as; Taiwan, Korea, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Middle East. The rape meal is cultivated and used in various countries such as; Australia, Canada, China, the United States, and Europe.
We are leading Suppliers & Exporters of milling wheat which is easily digestible. The energy value of milling wheat is also relatively high. The fiber in the particle size of the fiber is extremely small, the fiber in milling wheat is less effective in stimulation and is also easy to consume. Our milling wheat is also energetic and contains high protein and energy.
Soya Bean Meal being one of the best vegetable protein sources in the world is basically one of the by-products obtained from the extraction of Soya bean oil. As per difference extraction procedures, it is classified into two main categories: Hi-protein or Hipro Soya Bean Meal (consisting of 47-49% protein and 3% crude fiber) obtained from de-hulled seeds and the regular or conventional Soya meal (consisting of 43-44% protein) with hulls.
Hipro Soybean meal contains a better concentration of protein than probably regular soybean meal because the hulls present in conventional meal standardize the Crude Protein level to range between 46-48%. However, the Crude Protein in De-hulled Soybean Meal ranges from 48% onwards. It has a higher energy value as compared to other protein sources as 95% of nitrogen present is actually a true protein. The solubility index of the soya meals is 80-85% and the amino acids are better digested than most other protein sources of plant origin. It also has a better amino acid profile and low fiber percentage than probably normal soybean meal and is used generally for aqua and poultry feeds. The Hipro Soya bean meal is also a good source of phosphorous, iron, vitamin, and minerals and a widely accepted replacement for fishmeal in aquaculture diets.
Soybean Doc or meal is a byproduct of a residual substance obtained by the grinding of soybean for extracting oil. The meal is widely used as a protein supplement and filler in animal diets namely; horse, sheep, cattle, pigs, fish, and chicken. The Soya Bean De-Oiled Cakes are rich in natural nutrients and are used widely for feeding purposes. There are basically two categories of Soya meals or DOC: the Hipro (high-protein 50+) soya meal and the regular soya meal (with less protein content than the former 46+).
When cottonseed is crushed for the extraction of oil, the by-product which remains after the extraction of oil is called CottonSeed Oil Cake or Kapasia Khali in Hindi. This is mainly used as cattle feed. Cotton seed oil cake fresh production starts after the cotton arrivals in different regions of India.
De-Oiled Rice Bran Pellet is a byproduct or residual substance left when crude oil is separated from the final mixture of rice bran (which has already undergone the milling procedure). Normally dorb contains 70% powder material and 30% pellets. pellets are then sorted and often use for direct placements in cattle feed. The meal is rich in proteins and amino acids and low in fiber and thus extensively used as a feed for; Cattle, Chicken, Fish, Pig, Dog, Horse, and Pig.
Unadulterated and contamination-free
Free of foul odor
East to digest
Safe to consume
Better shelf life
Groundnut Doc or meal is nothing but a byproduct obtained when groundnut seeds are processed for oil. Although they are mostly used for poultry and aqua feeds, they can quite easily serve as a supplement for all sorts of livestock. Groundnut meal stands 6th in the list of most common oil meals in the world after; soybean meal, rapeseed meal, sunflower meal, cottonseed meal, and palm kernel meal. The meal is considered a top-quality feed because of its rich protein and low fiber content and serves as the perfect alternative (for a high-protein source) to soybean meal where the latter is too expensive or just plain unavailable.
India and China are the top groundnut-producing nations in Asia followed by a string of other countries such as; Indonesia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, and Vietnam. Africa, the USA, Argentina, Brazil, and Europe are also important Ground nut-producing countries in the world map.
We are providing an excellent quality array of Rice DDGS 45% Protein to our prestigious clients. DDGS has high nutrient feed value and is suitable for the livestock industry. After starch extraction, the byproduct contains protein, fiber, oil, and essential amino acids which are suitable for livestock feed called Dried Distillers Grains with Soluble.
Corn Distiller's Dried Grains with Solubles (DDGS) are a commodity by-product of the distillation process of corn.
This process starts with removing the bran by grinding before steeping the grain in water. This results in ethanol and various by-products. The wet cakes resulting from this process are then dried off, resulting in the DDGS feed product. DDGS is a valuable feed ingredient and has good levels of protein, moderate levels of fat, and low levels of fiber. DDGS can be fed to all types of livestock.