Whole Frozen Chicken (HALAL). Halal slaughtered according to Islamic law. No feather and Head. White skin. No broken bones. Well cleaned and fresh. No bruises. No black pads or ammonia burns. No bad smells. No excessive blood or blood stains. Moisture content is less than 3%. Weight per piece is 1100-1400 gram per piece. Packing Specification: 1.0 1.4KG = 10 per box. 1.5 2.3KG = 8 per box. 2.4 3.0KG = 6 per box. Shipment & Storage: In deep-frozen compartment or reefer at -18 C or below. Shelf life: Not more than 24 months.
We are supplier of Halal frozen buffalo meat from India. Our company contain all the certificates required for exports. We can give you both quantity and quality. If you have requirement of halal frozen buffalo meat you may contact us
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We provide fresh chilled lamb carcasses, with HALAL certificate, from countries of Georgia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Mongolia and Ukraine. Prices can vary depending on country of destination and transportation method. Contact for more details regarding our product.
chicken feet unprossesed (yellow skin on) well cleaned with no bruises or broken bones weight 35-40gram packing:10-12kgs hard cartons Price indication: USD 660 per MT CNF Vietnam port payment terms: standard T/T 100% payment DLC at sight can be discussed Origin: Greece
Cattle Feed : We are a well-known firm providing of different varieties of Cattle Feed. Our focus on quality product, timely delivery and cost competency makes us a preferred name. Our variety of cattle feed is especially prepared for buffaloes & cows. We ensure to maintain the right mix of fat and protein requirements so that the feed benefit cattle health & productivity. The feeds we make are prepared according to the standards given by Indian Government.
Soy Hull Pellet : Soybean hull represents a pelleted fodder product obtained during production of high-protein soybean meal and soy oil through direct extraction that follows soy seeds dehulling and removal of seed coats from the extractable matter. The removed hulls undergo grinding, heat/moisture treatment (toasting) and pelletizing. Pelleted soybean hull is intended for use as a feed additive for farm animals, formula feed manufacturing as well as a raw material for the production of cellulose.
Straw pellets representing a 100% natural alternative to the existing litter types are manufactured by advanced technologies allowing to obtain an economically efficient and ecologically sound product. Pelletized straw makes an ideal choice for application in a stall. Only totally dry straw of the best quality coming from the fields in pollution-free regions is used for their production. It is common knowledge that a right litter is extremely important for keeping farm animals, especially horses. In a stall, it is necessary that the litter has a high absorbing capacity, is warm as well as soft providing a comfortable floor covering which would prevent hoofs from sliding. Pelletized straw will be a perfect solution for studs, livestock and poultry farms equally suitable for different kinds of domestic animals: cattle, horses, camels, pigs, poultry etc.
Alfalfa pellets represent a useful supplement to the fodder for farm animals enriching it with proteins and vitamins. Alfalfa hay that is usually harvested in the early phases of vegetation is used as raw material, and then it undergoes drying at a high temperature and milling into flour. For easier transportation and storage, milled vegetable flour is pelleted. This technology of producing dry green fodder by the kiln-drying method allows preserving 95% of the plant nutrients and achieving a substantial increase in the efficiency of livestock farming. The final product results in a highly nourishing pelleted provender with low sugar and moderately high protein contents, a source of digestible fiber and calories for animals like cattle, horses, ponies, goats, sheep, camels, rabbits, etc.
Bard dry distillery(DDGS) is a byproduct of ethanol distillation, which represents a very valuable source of nutritional components to be used as provender for livestock and poultry. Bard is obtained as a result of production of alcohol from a mash prepared using cereal grains, potatoes, molasses, fruit and other foods containing starch. As the raw material for the mash may be different, the bard composition also varies. In the process of dehydration of dregs, the share of solids increases up to 40% and more, as required by the technology of manufacturing feed additives. Upon request of livestock farms and feed mills, it is usually produced in powder or in pellets (as opposed to liquid stillage which is sour) which do not get spoilt, thus appropriate for long-term storage without losing its properties. Bard dry distillery contains a significant amount of crude protein - up to 28%, which means itis equivalent to sunflower meal in terms of its nutritiousness and efficiency of use. Additionally, Bard dry distillery contains vitamins B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B12; H (genuine biotin), B9 (folic acid), p-aminobenzoic acid, and carotenoids, and around 17 amino acids (among which are glutamic acid, glycine, leucine, isoleucine, lysine, proline, valine et al.). The total content of solids reaches 35.54%. Besides, dry dregs contain minor amounts of such vital elements as copper, iron, manganese, and zinc. Bard dry distillery can be included in the diet of farm animals and poultry as both a complete ration and an additive to make it richer in protein and vitamins.
Granulated wheat bran is a by- product of wheat production molded hard bran coating is sold by wholesale. Wheat bran is a useful food for all species of farm animals. Their nutritional value is determined by the amount of farinaceous particles compared with bran coating. On average, the marketed wheat bran includes up to 14,8% of water, 15,5% of proteins, 3,2% fats, 8,4% of cellulose; it contains about 53,2% of nitrogen-free extracts, no more than 5% of ash. Every 100 kg of bran- is 71-78 fodder units, the source of 13 kg of digestible protein. Bran is mostly used as food for dairy cattle and for breeding young stock, it is suitable for horses and swine, cattle stock, it is added into food with chaff, liquid food or chopped straw.