cattle feed

Cattle feed

Cattle feed

Cattle feed production systems have separate advantages and disadvantages. Most cows have a diet that is composed of at least some forage (grass, legumes, or silage). In fact most beef cattle are raised on pasture from birth in the spring until autumn (7 to 9 months). Then for pasture-fed animals, grass is the forage that comprises all or at least most of their diet. Cattle fattened in feedlots are fed small amounts of hay or straw supplemented with grain, soy and other ingredients in order to increase the energy density of the diet.

The debate is whether cattle should be raised on diets primarily composed of pasture (grass) or a concentrated diet of grain, soy, corn and other supplements. The issue is often complicated by the political interests and confusion among labels such as “free range”, “organic”, or “natural”. Cattle raised on a primarily forage diets are termed grass-fed or pasture-raised; for example meat or milk may be called grass-fed beef or pasture-raised dairy. However, the term “pasture-raised” can lead to confusion with the term “free range”, which does not describe exactly what the animals eat.

We are one of the leading cattle feed manufacturer in India with over 26 years of manufacturing experience. Our cattle feed quality is comparable to the best known cattle feed quality available in India. We also offer High Performance Compound Feeds and blends for dairy cows, and a comprehensive range of cattle feeds to complement every farm situation.

Product specification:

Max% Max% Min% Min% Max% (%) Min% Max%
DAIRY CATTLE Dust / Powder and Pellet 11 4 18 2 13 0.8 – 1.5 0.5 1
BEEF CATTLE Dust / Powder and Pellet 11 4 16 2 12 0.8 – 1.5 0.5 1
ANIMAL CATTLE Dust / Powder and Pellet 11 4 16 2 12 0.8 – 1.5 0.5 1

We also manufacture country specific cattle feed:

Canada: The majority of beef cattle in Ontario are finished on a corn maize -based diet, whereas Western Canadian beef is finished on a barley-based diet. This rule is not absolute, however, as producers in both regions will alter the mix of feed grains according to changes in feed prices. Beef safety and governmental regulation. The aim of the beef industry and the government regulatory system in Canada is to provide a safe and wholesome product to consumers.

Regulations on veterinary drug use in food animals and drug-residue testing programs ensure that the product in the grocery store is free of residue from antibiotics or synthetic hormones used in livestock. The Animal Nutrition Association of Canada has developed a comprehensive HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) system for animal feed production called FeedAssure. This mandatory HACCP Based Program includes a requirement for independent audits of feed mills including production processes and record keeping. The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association has also developed a HACCP based on-farm food safety program.

A complete HACCP system is mandatory for all federally inspected establishments. These systems include prerequisite programs, which are general procedures or good manufacturing practices (GMPs) that enhance food safety for all meat production processes. HACCP plans build on this foundation and are designed to control potential hazards for specific production processes.

Rest of the world: Beef production tends to be concentrated, with the top six producers the U.S., the European Union, Brazil, Australia, Argentina, and Russia accounting for about 60 percent of global production. Significant shifts among producers have occurred over time. Cattle production worldwide is differentiated by animal genetics and feeding methods, resulting in differing quality types.

Cattle are basically residual claimants to crop or land resources. Those countries with excess or low value land tend to grass-feed their cattle herds, while those countries with excess feed grains, such as the U.S. and Canada, finish cattle with a grain ration. Grain-fed cattle have more internal fat (i.e., marbling) which results in a more tender meat than forage-fed cattle of a similar age. In some Asian countries such as Japan, which is not a grain surplus country, tastes and preferences have encouraged feeding grain to cattle, but at a high cost since the rain must be imported.


  • High energy dairy cattle feeds promote higher milk yields and improved milk quality
  • High cereal diets in our cattle feed to boost milk yield and milk proteins
  • High disposable fibre (H2F) diets to help boost butterfat and combat fermentation acidity


  • Dose: Dose : 2% of body weight
  • Application : dairy cattle, beef cattle and animal cattle
  • Pack In: 50 kg HDPE bags
  • Packing Available : 50 kg HDPE bags / 60 Kg Jute bags
  • Bulk Packing Available : 60kg Jute bags
  • Mode of transport: We can send this product any where in India / Bhutan / Nepal and Bangladesh.

2 thoughts on “Cattle feed

  1. sir we have all waste and expiry biscuits and also materials required for cattle feeding like waste flour,dough,etc.

  2. This product helped my cattle produce at least 2 liters extra milk per day. This is one the best cattle feed in West Bengal I have ever used. Although the printing in the bag is not soo good. Anyways, thank you.

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