January 13, 2012


Russia's Kavikorm introduces new feeding system


Russian company Kavikorm, known for developing new types of compound feed and new feeding technologies, has introduced a new feeding system using co-products of the brewing and distilling industries.


Innovativeness of its processing technologies lies in the fact that the brewer's grain and yeast are not divided into fractions, but entirely go for processing, with added minerals and vitamins. These concentrates, as well as concentrates from distillery vinasse, in their composition have all the essential amino acids and can be used in the animal feed industry.


Developed by Kavikorm together with the Russian Institute of Livestock, the share of feed concentrate from the co-products (grains and yeast) in the ration for pigs should be about 30-45% and about 58% in compound feed for cattle.


As a result, the cost of a pig feed unit is estimated at 6 rubles (US$0.20), which is exactly half of the price of the cheapest feed in Russia.


According to experts, this technology of feeding by far is the most economical in the Commonwealth of Independent States.


General Director of Kavikorm, Andrew Antoniuk, speaking at an international conference "Innovative way of development of pig production in Russia," the first feeds will be used in pig farming. They have made agreements with a number of large pig farms, where the new developed feed will be tested on some 300,000 pigs.


Specialists of the company will evaluate the effectiveness of the new feed stuff during the testing period.

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