USD 376.51
EUR 418.91
CNY 54.9
FEED FOR HORCES,
BIG CATTLE, SMALL CATTLE, BIRDS

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GOODZHEM LLP compound high quality mixed feed for all species of farm animals, birds and fish. The mixed feed meets all the GOST and other reference documentation requirements. All the products are certified.

GOODZHEM LLP offer mixed feed in bulk and also crumblet and pelleted. Granulated mixed feed (pelletеd and crumblet) outsell all other kinds of mixed feed for the granular process provides an opportunity to:

Exclude pathogen occurrence:

  • Reduce mechanical losses during transportation and feeding;
  • Reduce feed required per unit of production;
  • Reduce mortality of farm animals and birds;
  • Increase productivity;
  • Reduce fattening time periods.
  • The plant disposes barley pearling equipment that promotes cellulose downgrading and feed accessibility increase.
  • The mixed feed is supplied in brand-name 40-50 kg bags.

The plant disposes barley pearling equipment that promotes cellulose downgrading and feed accessibility increase. The mixed feed is supplied in brand-name 40-50 kg bags.

GOODZHEM MIXED FEED PLANT

Primary activity is producing mixed feed for species of farm animals, birds and fish. He plant compounded mixed feed is offered for free trade.

Elevator availability provides the plant with the possibility of possessing necessary raw materials and rendering commercial services of grain crop shiftment and storage.

Developed railway makes the plant an active participant of economic life of whole Kazakhstan. The plant project has been developed within the frame of planned economy and aimed at servicing farms, poultry farms, fattening units. Nowadays it is a client-aimed company regarding all the buyers such as animal production and poultry production complexes, small commercial farm units, entrepreneurs and private subsidiary farms.

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THE COMPANY INCLUDES

OWN
RAILWAY
BRANCH
PLANT WITH A PROJECT
CAPACITY OF
480 TON PER DIEM
ELEVATOR OF
17469 CUBIC METRES
SERVICE
SUBDIVISIONS