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Indian Soyabean Meal Normal

    Product Description

Soybean Meal is the most important protein source used to feed farm animals. The normal soybean meal t is obtained from selected quality of Indian non GMO soybean seeds and the protein content is between 46-48%. Soybean Meal has a higher energy value compared with other protein sources. The amino acids in Soybean Meal are highly digestible compared to other protein sources of plant origin. The Solubility Index of Soybean Meal is 80-85%and it is also excellent source of iron, calcium, vitamins and other minerals. Our Normal Soybean Meal is one of the most consistent protein ingredients available to the feed formulator. We produce Soybean Meals that meet the end-users specifications for protein and fiber. Our Soybean meal is a concentrated source of protein and energy, and is lower in fiber than most other oilseed meals available to the feed manufacturer.

Technical Details


Color & Appearance
Golden yellow


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Shelf life:12 Months from Mfg. When Stored in Original Pack at clean, dry and infestation free area.


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).
The combination of competitive price and nutrient characteristics favor its use by Swine and Poultry. The highly digestible protein in Soybean meal provides high levels of available amino acids that can complement amino acids in cereal grain for least-cost rations for Swine and Poultry. Efficient Swine and Poultry rations are dependent on Soybean Meal and cereal grain. In ruminant rations also Soybean Meal is competitive with other protein ingredients.
The protein in Soybean meal is of high quality when evaluated in complete and balanced diets fed to dogs and cats along with other protein sources or supplemental amino acids to achieve proper amino acid balance.