Soybean meal is the by-product of the extraction of soybean oil. Several processes exist, resulting in different products. Soybean meal is usually classified for marketing by its crude protein content. There are two main categories of soybean meal, the “high-protein” soybean meal with 47-49% protein and 3% crude fiber, obtained from dehulled seeds, and the “conventional” soybean meal, with 43-44% protein, that contain the hulls. In solvent-extracted soybean meals, the oil content is typically lower than 2% while it exceeds 3% in mechanically-extracted meals


By-Product of oil manufacture obtained be expelling and/or extraction of seeds of the sunflower. Grown for its soft polyunsaturated oil, which is removed by expeller and/or extraction. The seed has a typical oil content of %45 and dehulled prior to oil extraction. The hulls are added back to the product after the oil is removed. SFM is rich in sulphur-containing amino acids and phosphorus but low in lysine.


HiPro sunflower meal is a by-product of the sunflower oil extraction process produced by specially technology. HiPro sunflower meal is a non-genetically modified product and can be considered suitable as a partial and/or full substitute of soybean meal and can be successfully used by swine, poultry, dairy, and aquaculture industries.

MOISTURE< 11,00 %
CRUDE FAT< 1,00 %
CRUDE ASH< 9,00 %


Rapeseed meal is a high protein-containing material that can be used as a feed for livestock and poultry. Typical meal contains a little less than 40% of protein; however it also contains about 12% crude fiber and glucosinolates, specific components of Cruciferae plants.


The Guar korma is toasted to make it palatable and more nutritious. The roasted Guar korma is free of anti-nutritive elements, such as antitrypsin inhibitor. This inhibitor limits the formation of trypsin which is an essential enzyme for nutrition. Therefore the Guar korma is heated at high temperature which breaks the cell walls and enhances the protein and amino acids digestibility in the product. It is available in granular form and the protein value is more than 55%, which is the highest in Guar meal category. It can be used as substitute of corn gluten, soya protein and other related products.


Distillers Dried Grains with Solubles (DDGS), a co-product of the dry milling of corn, is a medium-protein and high energy ingredient consisting of a grain fraction and whole stillage from the yeast fermentation of grain to ethanol. It contains numerous nutritional qualities, valuable for a variety of livestock. For ruminants, this palatable, low-starch product offers a high level of bypass protein, B vitamins, phosphorus, and highly digestible fiber. Its unique characteristics also perform well in poultry diets.


Corn gluten meal, a coproduct of the wet milling of corn, is a very palatable ingredient containing a high level of bypass protein. Therefore, corn gluten meal performs well in high producing dairy cattle and beef cattle diets. Providing high energy, protein, amino acids such as methionine and cystine, corn gluten meal serves as an excellent protein source for poultry diets. In addition, its high level of xanthophylls makes it a valuable ingredient in pigmented broiler and layer feeding programs. Rich in highly digestible amino acids and containing no antinutritional factors, corn gluten meal also works as a replacement for fishmeal in aquaculture diets.


Wheat bran is produced during the flour milling of wheat and consists of the protective layers of wheat grains. Bran contains much of the vitamins and protein of the wheat grain. Utilized by ruminants for their protein, energy, and highly digestible NDF components, wheat bran often replace a portion of the grain and protein in diets. Wheat bran used widely in dairy and beef cattle rations. Also, wheat bran improve pellet quality. Futhermore, wheat bran provide a source of energy, protein, and minerals in poultry diets.





As fish meal is rich in quality protein and amino acids that are highly digestible by all animals, it is mainly used as a protein supplement in the animal feed. Its high protein value makes it ideal for farmed fish, however, it can also be used as part of the animal feed mixture given to poultry and pigs.

In fact, feeding animals fishmeal is thought to help improve immune systems, reduce mortality rate in younger animals, reduce severity of inflammatory diseases, improve overall nutritional status, and generally reduce the cost of animal production.
Fish meal is completely natural and made of non-genetically modified organisms.
Fish meal typically contains:
55-72% protein, 12-20% ash and 6%-14% fat.


Fish oil is mainly used in human nutrition and as feed ingredient in aquaculture industries. Fish oil is produced from fresh fish and prosessed fish trimmings by cooking, pressing and separation by centrifuges. It is very important to receive the raw material fresh, store at cold and hygienic conditions and on time to the production plant. Fish oil the best source of omega-3 ( EPA-DHA ) fatty acids.


Salmon oil is produced from fresh, salmon trimmings/by-products in factories with high technical and hygienic conditions. The oil is unrefined with a fresh and characteristic odour. Salmon Oil is recommended used in feed for fish feed and pet food


Poultry meal is a high-protein commodity used as a major component in some pet foods and aquafeed. It is made from grinding clean, rendered parts of poultry carcasses and can contain bones and offal


Feather meal is a byproduct of processing poultry; it is made from poultry feathers by partially grinding them under elevated heat and pressure, and then grinding and drying.


Poultry blood meal is proven to safely replace a proportion of fish meal in aqua feed. Poultry blood meal is very high in crude protein (>90%) and with a protein digestibility of more than 95%. It is a good source of the essential amino acids, particularly of lysine. Due to high amounts of histidine, blood meal is able to prevent cataract in salmon.