Mixed Blood Meal 90%

Mixed blood meal is obtained from fresh blood collected both from poultry animals and swine. The blood is preserved on-site to avoid coagulation and later transported to the processing plant. It is then centrifuged to remove any foreign particles and spray dried. Such a process enables the preservation of higher lysine content.

 

The final product comes in the form of a dark-red loose meal without lumps or foreign particles.

Applications

Mixed blood meal is a popular additive to animal feed where higher protein content is desired. It is commonly used as an ingredient in premixes for cattle feed, swine diet, and aquaculture.

 

Range of meal offered by Foodcom

  • Poultry Blood Meal 88%

  • Mixed Blood Meal 90%

 

Technical aspects

Supplying animal feed with mixed blood meal enriches the diet with proteins while also providing a set of nutritional components such as lysine, vitamins, and minerals. The high content of protein enhances tissue formation while lysine ensures the proper functioning of enzymatic reactions and carbohydrate metabolism. Mixed blood meal is also highly digestible and easy to mix with other additives.

 

Physico-chemical analysis

Crude protein – 88%

Moisture – 1-4%

Ash – max. 4%

 

Shelf life

The shelf life of Mixed Blood Meal 90% is 3 months. The product should be stored in a dark, dry, and well-ventilated warehouse.

 

Packaging

Foodcom offers Mixed Blood Meal 90% available in polypropylene bags of 800 – 1400 kg.

 

Why choose Foodcom as a European Animal Feed Additive Provider

The quality of service provided by Foodcom is confirmed by BRC Agents & Brokers certificate.

Our great team of Sales Support will help our Traders conduct the contract and business deals in a smooth and efficient way to ensure the best quality service to all our Business Partners. Our logistics team will take care of transportation and the financial department will be responsible for all matters connected with the financial part of the deal.