Production of feed for farm animals, storage and delivery



Fid-Group LLC sells fishmeal for feed


Fishmeal is a feed product produced by drying and grinding waste from the processing of fish, marine mammals, crustaceans, as well as from waste obtained from cutting and processing marine products.


Fishmeal is a source of high-quality animal protein containing essential amino acids in large quantities.

Unsaturated fatty acids, which are part of fishmeal, contain an optimal ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 (ranging from 10:1 to 5:1), in contrast to feeds based on plant components.

Fishmeal protein contains large quantities of essential amino acids: methionine , lysine , threonine and tryptophan. Fishmeal contains a lot of fat, rich in essential fatty acids. Fishmeal contains a large amount of minerals in a form convenient for consumption by animals, including phosphorus, calcium, iron, as well as vitamins, including choline, biotin, cyanocobalamin, vitamin A and vitamin D.


In the diet of animals, fish meal can make up from 2 to 10% (no more), depending on the time of year, species and age characteristics. It has been proven that the inclusion of fishmeal in the diet improves fattening by 15% and increases growth by 4%.


Fishmeal is obtained as a result of special processing of non-edible fish species, waste from the fishing industry, as well as from some crustaceans and other sea inhabitants. To obtain one ton of this useful substance, it is necessary to process about 5-6 tons of raw materials. The technology includes special processing, drying and grinding. Antioxidants are also used in the production of fishmeal in accordance with GOST 216-2000. In this case, the output is fishmeal with different fish oil content and, accordingly, with different properties.