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    Cattle Feeds
  • Cattle Feeds

    Rice bran is a by-product of the rice milling process in which brown rice is converted to white rice. The rice bran is generally processed to extract the oil present in it that is mainly used for cooking purposes because of its low fat content.

    Once the oil is extracted the left product is de oiled rice bran which has very less fat, low fiber content. The de oil rice bran pallets are rich sources of valuable amino acids like methionine, cysteine& lysine and phosphorus and are the prime sources of food for fish, poultry and cattle.

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    Cotton Seeds Meal Cake
  • Cotton Seeds Meal Cake

    Cottonseed meal is a high protein by-product from the extraction of oil from whole cottonseed. There are two different processing methods used to extract the oil from the cottonseed, and they differ in the amount of oil (fat) they leave in the meal. The amount of oil left in the meal affects its energy value. These products can be manufactured by using solvent extractions OR oil extractions plant technology using Hexane Solvents etc. “Cotton Seeds Meals Cakes” are residual product after oil extracted from cotton seeds OR cotton seeds cakes. There are only 0.5 to 1.5 % oils remains in these products, Cotton Seeds Meals Cakes.

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    Cotton Seeds Meal Grinder
  • Cotton Seeds Meal Grinder

    Cottonseed meal is a good source of protein. Basically Cotton Seed Meal Grinder is produce from Cotton Seed Meal kernels. Most of the meal is extracted mechanically through cotton seed kernels. The flaked cottonseed kernels are put into high pressure through a screw inside a barrel which is constantly revolving. The screw pushes out the oil through the openings made in the barrel. The dry pieces left in the barrel are preserved and ground into meal. On the other hand, during the solvent extraction process, the cotton seed kernels are subjected to fine grinding by pushing them through an expander and then the solvent is used to extract most of the oil.

    The solvent extracted meals have a lower fat content of 0.5% than the mechanically extracted meals with a fat content of 2.0%. Cottonseed meal is considered to have more arginine than soybean meal. Cottonseed meal can be used in multiple ways: either alone or by mixing it with other plant and animal protein sources. Cottonseed meal is palatable and commonly is used in cattle rations. In the southern and western U.S. Solvent extracted cottonseed meal is the more common of the two types and has about 89 percent of the energy value of 44 percent protein soybean meal.

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    Cotton Seed - Delinted Cotton Seeds
  • Cotton Seed - Delinted Cotton Seeds

    Delinted Cottonseed is seed which has been processed to remove the linters. Most delinted seed uses a mechanical method for removing linters which usually leaves about 1-2% residual linters on the seeds. Caution should be exercised when accepting cull planting seed for feeding. Verification that no seed treatment chemicals are present should be obtained before using cull planting seed for feed. Utilization of both pima and acid-delinted seed can be improved by rolling or cracking before feeding. Delinting increases nutrient density and flow ability of the product.

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    Cattle Feed -Guar Meal
  • Cattle Feed -Guar Meal

    Guar Meal is a by-product after processing the Guar Seed. That is, Guar gum is extracted from the guar seed Cyanosis Tetragonoloba of leguminous plant. The extracted guar meal is further processed by toasting at a high temperature to remove Trypsin Inhibitor, thus improving its nutritive value.

    We are the leading manufacturer & exporter of Guar Meal Korma.These are used as a valuable cattle feed as they are rich in protein. In international market these are popularly known as guar meal and are sold worldwide.It is processed by toasting at high temperature to remove natural trypsin inhibitor.

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    Cotton Seed - Cotton Linter
  • Cotton Seed - Cotton Linter

    Linted Cottonseed, often referred to as "fuzzy seed" or "whole cottonseed" is the seed left after ginning the long fibers from upland varieties of cotton. The short fibers remaining on the seed are called linters and are a source of readily digestible cellulose for ruminants. The amount of linters left on the seed varies from 4-8%. We produce cotton linter having cellulose yeild more than 80% mostly mill run cut cotton linter is available. Whole cottonseed is a source of protein, energy and fiber for ruminant animals.

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    Cattle Feed -Neem Cake Fertilizers
  • Cattle Feed -Neem Cake Fertilizers

    Our organization is offering Neem Cake Fertilizer to our clients. Neem Cake as a fertilizer in their fields, the dual activity of Neem cake as fertilizer and pest repellant has made it a favored input. Neem cake Fertilizer are widely used in India to fertilize cash crops. Then Neem Cake is ploughed in to the soil, it also protects plant roots from Nematodes and white ants, Farmers in southern parts of India puddle neem leaves into flooded rice fields before the rice seedling are transplanted.

    Application to the neem cake to crops provides them with various nutrients, besides the Neem Cake Fertilizer can also reduce the number of soil insect pests, fungi, bacteria and nematodes and protects the cope from damage caused by these organisms.

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    Cattle Feed -Soyabean Meal
  • Cattle Feed -Soyabean Meal

    Soybean Meal manufactured by Narmada Agrobase is free flowing, coarse and granular. It is produced from cleaned, Non GMO Soya beans, after a series of preparatory physical processes, followed by a multi stage extraction of Oil. All of this is, in a highly sophisticated, hygienically controlled plant. The processing of Soyabean Meal involves a series of heat treatments thereby destroying all its anti nutritional factors. Soybean meal is used by Broilers, Layers and Turkeys; Swine, Ruminants, Beef Cattle, Dairy and Sheep and also finds its way into a large variety of uses (Pet Foods, Aquaculture, Minor Feed Uses, Food and Industrial uses).

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    Pallet - Cotton Seeds Hulls
  • Pallet - Cotton Seeds Hulls

    Cottonseed hulls are used mostly in the southern area of the U.S. They are low in protein, calcium, phosphorus and energy and high in fiber. Cottonseed hulls are palatable and are used as a roughage for cattle, especially in areas where good quality forages are scarce.

    They occasionally are included in grain mixes to increase the bulk density and crude fiber content. They can be helpful in supporting fat test in low fiber or low roughage rations.

Narmada Agrobase Ltd.

Registered Office and factory: 613/P-1 IJ Pura (Jethaji) Dhanpura Road, Tal. Jotana, Mahesana -384421, Gujarat, India.
Corporate Address:310, Sudarshan Complex, Mithakhali Underbridge, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad - 380009, Gujarat, India.
Phone Office: : +91 79 40370886 Factory: +91 2762 265165
Mobile: +91 94260 88802, +91 9227404061
Email: info@narmadaagrobase.com

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