KIRTI GROUP is one of the leading manufacturer and supplier of Soybean Meal in India. with our ultra-modern technology we supports the care, growth and the requisite quality and protein demands of the consumers. We offer distinctive value to our customers’ needs through varieties of high protein Soybean Meal. Soybean meal is used as animal feed, principally as a protein supplement, and also as a source of metabolized energy. Soybean meal is produced from the residue left after oil extraction. Soybean meal is used as animal feed and soy flour the latter is used in human consumption. Soy flour provides the basis for soy milk and vegetable protein, and is marketed as full-fat, low-fat, defat and lecithin type. The Animal feed produced using our High Quality Soybean Meal has a superbly defined market and helps the animal to grow at an optimum rate. We adhere to stringent quality control mechanisms to ensure the quality of finished products. Our laboratory is equipped with sophisticated equipment’s for the efficient analysis of various parameters of animal feeds. To keep up with the quality parameters and to improve the effectiveness and efficiency we at Kirti Group believe in Kaizen practice for shop floor management.
The residue obtained after the extraction of oil from the sunflower seed is termed as sunflower meal.. Sunflower meals can be made from whole or decorticated seeds, and can be mechanically and/or solvent-extracted. The quality of sunflower meal depends on the seed characteristics (seed composition, hulls/kernel ratio, dehulling potential, growth and storage conditions) and on the processing (dehulling, mechanical and/or solvent extraction).At kirtigroup SFM is produced using the ultra modern machinery installed in all our factories.Sunflower meal forms one of the major protein content in the diet of ruminants.sunflower meal is generally a valuable and safe product, whose protein, fibre and oil contents are highly variable and driven by variations of the oil extraction process. Ruminants are mammals that are able to acquire nutrients from plant-based food by fermenting it in a specialized stomach prior to digestion, principally through microbial actions. The roughly 150 species of ruminants include both domestic and wild species. Ruminating mammals include cattle, goats, sheep, giraffes, yaks, deer,antelope, and some macropods.
Rapeseed meal is protein-rich materials that can be used as feed for livestock and poultry. Rapeseed meals are commonly used for animal feeding around the world. This is the second most widely traded protein ingredients after soybean meal. There are three main classed of Rapeseed meal:- • Expeller Rapeseed meal:- results from the mechanical extraction of seeds previously conditioned by heat treatment. These meals can also be called rapeseed press-cake, contain about 10-12% oil. • Cold-extracted press-cake: with the growing interest of consumers for cold-pressed rapeseed oil, another process consisting in pressing the seed at low temperature (60°C) yields cold-pressed rape seed press-cake • Solvent-extracted rapeseed meal. The process of oil extraction is followed by solvent (hexane) extraction of the remaining oil in the press-cake. The solvent extracted oil meal is called solvent-extracted rapeseed, it contains no more than 2-3% oil.
Cotton seed meal
Cotton Seed Meal is a coarsse powdery material rich in proteins. It is produced from de-corticated cottonseed after extraction of Oil.As a protein-rich feed, cottonseed meal is a common source of protein for ruminants, notably in cotton-producing areas such as India, China and the USA, where it is used as a partial substitute for soybean meal. This is the best protein supplement for dairy cows, buffaloes and sheep. It has been highly recommended to include this meal in the feeds of cattle feeds to enhance the quality of milk.many different types of methods(some listed below) are used to extract cottonseed oil, resulting in different types of cottonseed meal. As a result, there is a wide range of cottonseed meals differing in their protein, fibre and oil content. • Mechanical extraction: this traditional method of cottonseed oil extraction uses a circular mortar (called ghani in India) or more advanced technology, such as a hydraulic press or a screw press (expeller). The cotton seeds may be dehulled, cracked, dried or heated before being fed to the press. The resulting cake is dried, ground and then processed into large pellets. Mechanical extraction is not very efficient and up to 20% of the seed oil may remain in the pressed cake, depending on the technology used. • Direct solvent extraction process: as in mechanical extraction, the seeds may be dehulled, cooked, cracked and flaked, but the oil is extracted by solvent (usually hexane) alone. The extracted cake is heated to eliminate the solvent and then generally ground into meal. • Pre-press solvent extraction: this method combines a mechanical extraction (screw press or expander) step, which reduces the oil by one-half to two-thirds of its original level, and a solvent extraction, which results in a 97% oil extraction rate. The dehulled, cracked, dried, heated or flaked cotton seeds are first screw-pressed or expanded and the pressed flakes or pellets are then solvent-extracted.