Process description

Rapeseed Meal is a protein-rich meal used for feeding livestock and poultry. It is produced by extracting oil from rapeseed (also known as mustard). Rapeseed is a winter crop grown in temperate climates around the world. Once harvested, the rapeseed undergoes multistage oil extraction processes like seed cleaning, pre-conditioning, rolling and flaking, cooking and pressing. Solvent extraction (hexane) of the press-cake is then carried out to extract the remainder of the oil. The desolventising and toasting takes place under hygienically controlled conditions.

Rapeseed provides a healthy source of rumen degradable protein and rumen bypass protein. The amino acid profile is beneficially similar to microbial and milk protein. Rapeseed meal is generally used as cattle food due to its composition of calcium, phosphorous, selenium, iron, and manganese.

PROTEIN ISO 5983-1:2005 36.00 % MAXIMUM
FAT ISO 6492:1999 02.00 % MAXIMUM
MOISTURE ISO 6496:1999 10.00 % MAXIMUM
FIBRE ISO 6865:2000 12.00 % MAXIMUM

Appearance: A coarse powdery material. In granules, 8-10-12-14 mm.
Color: From light brown with green shades to dark brown.
Procurement: Export contains high quality rapeseed meal produced in the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat.
Terms of Packing: Packing is done in about 50 KG PP bags, loose in container.

Maruti Agro carries out pre-shipment inspection for complete assurance of quality to our buyers. We are working with the top International Controllers / Surveyors such as Geo Chem, SGS, Dr Amin, and Control Union in order to provide supreme quality and service.


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Rapeseed Meal