|Place of Origin:||China mainland|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Negotiable|
|Packaging Details:||25kg plastic bag|
|Delivery Time:||15 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, , D/P, L/C, Western Union, MoneyGram,Paypal|
|Supply Ability:||500 ton per month|
|Type:||Fish Meal||Admixture (%):||1% Max|
fish meal chicken feed,
feed grade fish meal
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Fishmeal is an excellent source of protein for poultry. It has high levels of essential amino acids such as methionine and lysine, and it also has a good balance of unsaturated fatty acids, certain minerals (available phosphorus), and vitamins (A, D, and B-complex). The use of fishmeal is usually restricted to 5% to 10% of the content of poultry diets.
|Crude Protein (%)Min||≥65||65.21|
|Fat (%) Max||≤10||9.58|
|TVBN||200mg N/100gr||200mg N/100gr|
|Production||30-50tons per day, one year can produce around 18,000tons|
|Quality||Strictly follow ISO standard approval by SGS for quality assurance|
|Test Report||Pony or SGS test report can provide for your reference|
|Package||50kg/woven package, suitable for long term transportation|
|Loading||One 20'container can load 20tons fish meal without pallet|
|Delivery||17days after you confirmed the order and delivery in Tianjin seaport|
|Payment||T/T, L/C or other terms for negotiating|
|OEM||The package can be printed based on your requirement like OEM package|
Oxidation and antioxidants
Fish meals with high oil contents can present problems during storage. Fish oil in the meal will oxidise after production and the reaction can lead to considerable rises in temperature. This can become a fire hazard. One method of overcoming this problem is to allow the oil to oxidise before packing by holding the meal in bulk stacks or spread out on the floor. Sacks of meal can also be stacked singly for a few weeks while oxidation occurs. These procedures allow dissipation of the heat generated by oxidation rather than allowing it to build up in confined spaces. Another way of overcoming this problem is to pack the meal in airtight, polyethylene laminated multilayer sacks which will hamper the diffusion of oxygen into the meal.
The use of antioxidants to stabilise fish meals is common these days. The amount of antioxidant required depends on the degree of unsaturation of the oil and varies with fish species. The two most common antioxidants used for fish meal are ethoxyquin and butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT). It is common practice to add between 400 and 700 ppm ethoxyquin to fish meal immediately after drying and prior to packaging. The antioxidant will prevent the uptake of oxygen by the meal and so prevent spontaneous heating.
1. Heating or cooking to coagulate protein and release water and oil.
2. Pressing to separate liquids from solids.
4. Grinding to produce a powdered or granular end product.
Bags and storage
Fishmeal bags normally contain 50 kg. In tropical areas, the bag material is often hessian made from woven jute. This relatively open structured material allows the passage of water vapour and oxygen. Under humid conditions, the meal which is hygroscopic may absorb moisture and, if the moisture content rises above 15 per cent, moulds and bacteria may become active and the meal will compact into a solid lump in the bottom of the bag.
In many modern fishmeal operations, paper and polyethylene laminated sacks are used. These sacks have advantages over the more traditional hessian ones in that:
1. They prevent the rapid movement of oxygen and water.
2. To some extent the meal is protected from rodents and insect attack and from contamination by moulds and bacteria.
3. The meal cannot seep from the sack as it can through hessian.
Our package can be customized.
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