Mumbai, 20th September 2021:
Suguna Feeds launched their cattle feed variants- MilkyBest+ and NutriBest at their feed mill in Ganapathipalayam, Udumalpet.
With an aim to address the challenges faced by farmers like unavailability of the consistent quality pellet feed, adulterated raw materials and so on, the pioneers in the poultry business, Suguna Feeds, launched the new variants which are available for purchase pan India on http://sugunafoodsindia.com/ or contact us at 1800 103 4343.
Suguna Foods said, “As there is a clear image of the vast potential market opportunity for compound pellet feed in the cattle feed sector that has yet to be explored, we are happy to expand in all prospects and provide a unique and high-quality selection of cattle feed at economical price to meet numerous challenges faced by farmers taking in consideration their challenges.”
The total cattle population in India is 19.35 Crores with 5.13 crores of Crossbred cattle. The Milch cattle population in Tamil Nadu is 77.25 lakhs, contributing 29.6% of the total milch population. This shows the fact of the enormous untapped market potential for compound pellet feed in the cattle feed business. Given the continuous growth of the cattle feed market, the main aspects for introducing Suguna Cattle Feeds are socio-economic factors and spreading awareness among the farmers.
About Suguna Foods:
Suguna is one of the top ten poultry companies in the world. It operates in 18 Indian states and offering a range of poultry products and services. Broiler and layer farming, hatcheries, feed mills, manufacturing plants, vaccines, and exports are all part of the fully integrated operations. Suguna supplies frozen chicken, value-added eggs, and live broiler chicken. Suguna has developed a chain of modern retail outlets with the aim of providing customers with fresh, safe, and hygienic packed chicken. Suguna foods’ popular product lines include Suguna Daily Fresh, Suguna Home Bites, Suguna Anytime processed chicken, and four types of specialty Suguna value added eggs.