Thailand- Animal Feed Import Regulation

An Expert's View about Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in Thailand

Posted on: 21 Mar 2013

. Over the past five years, Thailand’s imports of animal feed (excludes pet food) almost doubled to $1.7 billion.

Formatted Table Formatted: Left: 0.75", Right: 0.75" THIS REPORT CONTAINS ASSESSMENTS OF COMMODITY AND TRADE ISSUES MADE BY Formatted Table USDA STAFF AND NOT NECESSARILY STATEMENTS OF OFFICIAL U.S. GOVERNMENT POLICY Voluntary Public Formatted Table - Date: 2/27/2013 Formatted Table GAIN Report Number: TH3023 Tha Formatted Tableiland Post: Bangkok Formatted Table Animal Feed Import Regulation Report Categories: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards - Certification Sanitary/Phytosanitary/Food Safety Market Development Reports Approved By: Rey Santella, Agricultural Attaché Prepared By: Srisuman Ngamprasertkit, Marketing Specialist Sakchai Preechajarn, Ag Specialist Report Highlights: Formatted Table TH3023 This report provides useful information on importing animal feed products to Thailand. Over the past five years, Thailand’s imports of animal feed (excludes pet food) almost doubled to $1.7 billion. Formatted Table General Information: Formatted Table Introduction Thailand is one of the largest exporters of meat products, especially broiler meat and pork, in Asia. As a result of its growing meat industry, demand for animal feed and feed ingredients in Thailand has risen rapidly. Thailand’s imports of animal feed almost doubled in the past five years to $1.7 billion in 2012 from $874 million in 2007. The United States has about a 12 percent share of the market. Although Thailand imports large quantities of feed ingredients from the United States, a number of U.S. exporters are still not familiar with Thailand’s import regulations. This report is intended to provide U.S. exporters useful information on Thailand’s import procedures and the relevant documents that need to accompany animal feed shipments. Importation Process The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives’ Bureau of Livestock Standards and Certification is responsible for local manufacturing licensing, import registrations, advertisements, product registrations, and sales of animal feed products. In general the importation procedures follow four main steps: 1) application for general import license; 2) application for product registration; 3) audits of facilities in exporting countries; and 4) product clearance at port of entry. General License for Importation An importer looking to import animal feed or feed ingredients must apply for a general import license. A single license can cover a wide range of products. Only registered companies are eligible to import and sell animal feed and feed ingredients in Thailand. The approximate amount of time required for product registration, starting from the submission of an application, is about one month. The import license is subject to a 10,000 baht ($300) fee per license and is valid for one year after the issuing date. Documents required for a general import license: a) Completed animal feed import license application; b) Copy of enterprise ownership document (Certificate of Incorporation); c) Copy of applicant’s identification card (ID); d) Copy of residential certificate; e) If an applicant is the legal representative of a company, he/she must provide a copy of the Certificate of Incorporation, which must be valid for six months. f) ) If an applicant is the legal representative of a company, he/she must provide a document proxy certifying that he/she is authorized to act on behalf of an applicant; g) If an applicant is requesting to import raw animal feed materials, a copy of a trade license as regulated in the public health law is required; h) Copy of VAT registration or commercial license; i) If an applicant is an alien resident, copy of work permit is needed; and j) Other documents include: Tor Bor 7 application form (details location and storage of imported animal feed), document proxy (in case a person is authorized to act on behalf of an applicant), and storage leasing contract (in case the storage facilities are rented). Documents required for a renewal of general license for importation: a) Completed animal feed import license renewal application; b) Copy of general import license; c) If an applicant is the legal representative of a company, he/she must provide a document proxy certifying that he/she is authorized to act on behalf of an applicant; d) If an applicant is the legal representative of a company, he/she must provide a copy of the Certificate of Incorporation, which must be valid for six months; e) If an applicant is requesting permission to import raw feed materials, a copy of a trade license as regulated in a public health law is required; and f) Other documents include: completed Tor Bor 7 application form (details location and storage of imported animal feed), document proxy (in case a person is authorized to act on behalf of an applicant), and storage leasing contract (in case the storage facilities are rented). Product Registration In addition to obtaining a general import license, product registration is also required if an imported product falls in the following five categories: 1) animal feed products; 2) ready mixed feed; 3) dairy products; 4) feed supplements; and 5) medicated feed. A product registration fee of 1,000 baht ($34) is levied per feed formula. The tables below provide documents requirements for each product category. 1. Animal Feed Documents Required for Product Registration Formatted Table Stuffs Formatted Table Products covered 1) Animal Feed Stuffs (excluding meat meal, meat meal fat extraction, under this category: meat and bone meal (protein 50%), meat and bone meal (protein a. Soybean meal 45%), poultry meat meal, and poultry by by-product meal): b. Ground nut meal a) Copy of general import license; c. Fish meal grade b) Sample of product label; 1 c) Product sample (500 grams); d. Fish meal grade d) Certificate of lab analysis and methodology; 2 e) In cases of established brand names, product information including e. Fish meal grade trademark name and product type, name of manufacturer, and 3 address of the manufacturing premise is required; f. Bran: Fine rice f) Product usage test report (if available); and bran, coarse rice g) Information of product type and application (if available). bran, rice bran oil g. Corn seed grade 2) For meat meal, meat meal fat extraction, meat and bone meal 1 (protein 50%), meat and bone meal (protein 45%), poultry meat h. Corn seed grade meal, and poultry by by-product meal): 2 a) Copy of general import license; i. Corn meal grade b) Sample of product label; 1 c) Certificate of Free Sale issued by responsible government agency in j. Corn meal grade the exporting country and verified by the Royal Thai Embassy. The 2 certificate must contain product information including trademark k. Fish and fish name and product type, name of manufacturer, address of bone meal manufacturing premise, and statement regarding free sale in the l. Roasted exporting country; soybeans d) Health certificate issued by the authorized government agency in the m. Poultry wool exporting country. The certificate must include information on the meal manufacturing premise and ensure the raw materials are not n. Meat meal contaminated by Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy disease (BSE) o. Meat meal fat or free from BSE. In addition, the certificate must contain statements extraction on temperature, air pressure, and the length of time heat treatment is p. Meat and bone used during the product manufacturing process; meal (protein e) Certificate of Origin issued by the authorized government agency in 50%) the exporting country; q. Meat and bone f) Certificate of Analysis, which specify chemical attributes, bacteria meal (protein counts, fungi counts, and salmonella as well as elaborating on 45%) analysis method; r. Poultry meat g) Product information, which specifies name, type, and product meal characteristics, purpose, type of animal to be applied, usage guide, s. Poultry by- chemical and microbiological attributes, product shelf-life, net product meal weight, packaging, and manufacturer’s address. The document can t. Rapeseed or be endorsed by a manufacturer; canola meal h) Processing chart which specifies temperature, air pressure, and the u. Sunflower seed length of time heat treatment is used during the product meal manufacturing process; v. DDGS meal i) Pictures or video presenting processing plant, equipments, and w. Corn protein or production line; corn gluten j) Product sample (500 grams); k) Product utilization test report (if any); and l) Information on type and amount of feed additives that can be added to the product at use (if any). 2. Ready Mixed Feed Documents Required for Product Formatted Table Products covered under this category: Registration a) Feed concentrate; and b) Complete feed. 1) Feed concentrate and complete feed: Premix is the mixture of feed additives a) Copy of general import license; and carrier. Premix, which is used as a growth promoter, b) Sample of product label; is subject to use restrictions determined by the Ministry c) Product sample (500 grams); of Agriculture and Cooperatives. d) Certificate of Analysis, which specify chemical attributes, Carrier is the substances used for the purpose of diluting bacteria counts, fungi counts, and or mixing feed additives and could be derived from salmonella as well as elaborating plants, minerals, molasses, fermentation by-products, on analysis method; water, oil for animal feed, clay, Silicon Dioxide, Kaolin, e) Product utilization test report (if and starch. Currently, two more carriers are accepted – any); Dextrose and Lactose. f) Information on type and amount of feed additives that can be Feed additives include vitamins, minerals, amino acids, added to the product at use (if growth promoter substances, preservatives, pest control any); substances, substance used for improving carcass and g) Information on product type and product quality, probiotics, and enzymes used for application in animal feed; enhancing digestibility, lipids, derivatives, hormones or h) Certificate of Free Sale issued by semi-hormone substances. responsible government agency in exporting country and verified by Royal Thai Embassy in exporting country. The certificate must contain product information including trademark name and type of product, name of manufacturer, address of manufacturing premise, and a statement regarding free sale in the exporting country; i) Product information, which specifies name, type, and product characteristics, purpose, type of animal to be applied, usage guide, chemical and microbiological attributes, product shelf-life, net weight, packaging, and manufacturer’s address. The document can be endorsed by a manufacturer; j) Foreign language label (if any); k) Health certificate issued by the authorized government agency in the exporting country; l) Manufacturing process/flow chart; and m) Certificate of feed formulation; 2) Complete feed, which is pet food for dogs and cats: a) Copy of general import license; b) Sample of product label; c) Product sample (500 grams); d) Certificate of Analysis, which specify chemical attributes, bacteria counts, fungi counts, and salmonella as well as elaborating on analysis method; e) Product utilization test report (if available); f) Information on type and amount of feed additives that can be added to the product at use (if any); g) Certificate of Origin; h) Health/Export Certificate; i) Product information, which specifies name, type, and product characteristics, purpose, type of animal to be applied, usage guide, chemical and microbiological attributes, product shelf-life, net weight, packaging, and manufacturer’s address. The document can be endorsed by a manufacturer; j) Manufacturing process/flow chart; k) Certificate of feed formulation; and l) Certificate of Free Sale issued by the responsible government agency in the exporting country and verified by Royal Thai Embassy. The certificate must contain product information including trademark name and type of product, name of manufacturer, address of manufacturing premise, and statement regarding free sale in the exporting country. 3) In case of premix: a) Copy of general import license; b) Sample of product label; c) Certificate of feed formulation d) Certificate of Free Sale issued by the responsible government agency in the exporting country and verified by Royal Thai Embassy. The certificate must contain product information including trademark, name and type of product, name of manufacturer, address of manufacturing premise, and statement regarding free sale in the exporting country; e) Certificate of Analysis, which specify chemical attributes, bacteria counts, fungi counts, and salmonella as well as elaborating on analysis method; f) Product information, which specifies name, type, and product characteristics, purpose, type of animal to be applied, usage guide, chemical and microbiological attributes, product shelf-life, net weight, packaging, and manufacturer’s address. The document can be endorsed by a manufacturer; g) Product sample (500 grams); h) Manufacturing process/flow chart; i) Foreign language label (if any); 3. Dairy Products Documents required for product registration Formatted Table Products covered under this category: a) Copy of general import license; a) Whole milk b) Sample of product label; powder, feed c) A photo of packaging (every size); grade; d) Product sample (500 grams); b) Skimmed milk e) Certificate of Analysis, which specify chemical attributes, bacteria powder, feed counts, fungi counts, and salmonella as well as elaborating on grade; analysis method; c) Low-fat f) Certificate of Free Sale issued by the responsible government agency skimmed milk in the exporting country and verified by Royal Thai Embassy. The powder, feed certificate must contain product information including trademark grade; name and type of product, name of manufacturer, address of d) Denatured manufacturing premise, and statement regarding free sale in the skimmed milk exporting country; powder, feed g) Product information, which specifies name, type, and product grade; characteristics, purpose, type of animal to be applied, usage guide, e) Whey powder, chemical and microbiological attributes, product shelf-life, net feed grade; weight, packaging, and manufacturer’s address. The document can be f) Milk replacer, endorsed by a manufacturer; feed grade; h) Health certificate issued by the responsible government agency in the g) Denatured whey exporting country certifying that the product is free from Bovine powder, feed Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) and foot and mouth disease grade; and (FMD); and h) Processed whey i) Foreign language label (if any). powder, feed grade 4. Feed supplements Documents required for product registration Formatted Table Feed supplements are defined as a) Copy of general import license; mixed substances or feed additives b) Sample of product label; which are used to enhance nutritional c) Certificate of feed formulation; value for animals and are fed to the d) Certificate of Free Sale issued by the responsible animal by direct intake or diluted or government agency in the exporting country and mixed with other feed stuffs. verified by Royal Thai Embassy. The certificate must contain product information including Products covered under this trademark name and type of product, name of category: manufacturer, address of manufacturing premise, and a. Protein supplement statement regarding free sale in the exporting country b. Mineral supplement ensuring the product’s safety; c. Vitamin supplement e) Certificate of Analysis, which specify chemical d. Fat supplement attributes, bacteria counts, fungi counts, and salmonella as well as elaborating on analysis method; f) Product information, which specifies name, type, and product characteristics, purpose, type of animal to be applied, usage guide, chemical and microbiological attributes, product shelf-life, net weight, packaging, and manufacturer’s address. The document can be endorsed by a manufacturer; g) Product sample (500 grams); h) Manufacturing process/flow chart; and i) Foreign language label (if any). 5. Medicated Feed Important note: Products under this category are prohibited for Formatted Table Products covered under this import. Use of these products is limited to farms under the category: supervision of authorized veterinarians and designated persons a. Mix animal feed specified in farm standardization regulations. (complete form) and feed concentrate mixed with medicine; and b. Premix feed mixed with medicine. 2.3 Plant/Facility Audit in Exporting Country The Department of Livestock Development (DLD) currently requires plant/facility audits located in exporting countries for products considered prone to severe disease contamination (i.e., BSE and Salmonella). Although the DLD has no clear criteria in determining products under this category, the list currently includes all rendered animal products (i.e., meat and bone meal and offal-derived products), egg products, and dairy products. The importer/exporter is responsible for all expenses incurred during the audit. 2.4 Importation Process After an importer meets the requirement for a general import license and completes product registration (if needed) and a plant audit (if needed); the importer can subsequently bring the animal feed product into the country. However, upon arrival at port, the importer must provide the following documents to the animal feed quarantine officer as a part of the product clearance process: a) Completed feed import notification form (Nor Sor 4) (see Appendix 1); b) Invoice; c) Bill of Lading; d) Packing List; e) Certificate of Origin; f) Certificate of Analysis; g) Product Information; h) Certificate of feed formulation; i) Health Certificate or Phytosanitary Certificate; j) List of buyers, products purchased and buyers’ addresses; and k) Other documents including a copy of product registration and a copy of the general import license. III. Product Quality Standards The utilization of animal feed and feed ingredients, both domestic and imported, must meet specific product quality standards set by the DLD. These standards are presented in Appendix 2. IV. Point of Contact The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives’ Bureau Department of Livestock Development Bureau of Livestock Standards and Certification 69/1 Phayathai Road (Jakpichai Building), 4/Flr. Rajthevee, Bangkok 10400 Tel : 662-653-4444 ext 3122-3125 www.dld.go.th/certify to download registration forms. Appendix I: Feed Import Notification Form (Nor Sor 4) Table 1: Standard or Quality of Animal Feedstuffs As A Percentage Of Weight Waste Pepsin Protein Fat No Fat No No Moisture Fiber No Salt No Digestibility No Less Less More More No More More More no less than Animal Feed Stuffs Than % Than % Than % than % Than % Than % Than % % (of Protein) DDGS meal 24 - - 12 12.5 - - - Corn protein or corn gluten 55 - - 4 12 - - - Soybean meal 42 - 7 8 13 8 - - Groundnut meal 42 - 10 8 12 13 - - Fish meal grade 1 60 - - 2 10 26 3 - Fish meal grade 2 55 - - 2 10 28 3 - Fish meal grade 3 50 - - 2 10 30 3 - Fine rice bran 12 15 - 8 11 10 - - Coarse rice bran 15 2 - 28 11 18 - - Rice bran oil 14.5 - 3 15 13 14 - - Corn meal grade 1 8 2 - 3 13 2 - - Corn meal grade 2 7.5 2 - 3 13 2 - - Corn seed grade 1 8 2 - 3 14.5 2 - - Corn seed grade 2 7.5 2 - 3 14.5 2 - - Fish and fish bone meal 40 - 18 2 10 33 3 - Roasted soybeans 36 15 - 7 11 6 - - Poultry wool meal 80 - 5 1.5 11 4 - 70*** Meat meal** 54 - 15 4 10 29 - 82 Meat meal fat extraction** 60 - 5 4 10 29 - 82 Meat and bone meal (protein 50%)*, ** 50 - 15 4 10 32 - 82 Meat and bone meal (protein 45%)*, ** 45 - 15 4 10 35 - 82 Poultry meat meal** 55 - 15 4 10 25 - 82 Poultry by-product meal ** 40 - 18 4 10 30 - 82 Rapeseed or canola meal 32 - - 13 13 - - - Sunflower see meal 27 - - 30 12.5 - - - Appendix II: Product Quality Standards Remarks: * Calcium no less than 7%, Phophate no less than 3% ** Antioxidants no more than 0.05 of weight *** In case of using enzymme , ratio of Pepsin Digestibility no less than 60% of protein in processing Table 2: Criteria Used For Determining Animal Feed Formula Registration Fiber No Protein No Fat No Less More Than Moisture No Animal Feed Less Than % Than % % More Than % Chicken Broiler young - 3 weeks of age 21 3 5 13 Broiler 3-6 weeks of age 19 3 5 13 Broker over 6 weeks of age 17 3 6 13 Layer young - 5 weeks of age 18 3 5 13 Layer 5-12 weeks of age 15 2 6 13 Layer 12 weeks - laying egg 13 2 8 13 Layer 16-40 weeks of age 16 3 6 13 Laying chicken 40-60 weeks of age 15 2 7 13 Laying chicken 60 weeks - expire of age 14 2 7 13 Breeding chicken (broiler & layer) Young - 3 weeks of age 18 3 5 13 3-10 weeks of age 14 2 6 13 10 weeks - laying 13 2 7 13 Layer breeding chicken 16 3 6 13 Broiler breeding chicken (Male) 12 2 8 13 Broiler breeding chicken (Femal) 18-24 weeks of age 17 3 6 13 22-40 weeks of age 16 3 6 13 40-expire of age 14 2 7 13 Sterile chicken 13 3 6 13 Young native chicken - 3 weeks of age 18 3 6 13 Native chicken 3-6 weeks of age 14 2 7 13 Native chickent 6 weeks - market 12 2 8 13 Duck Young duck - 3 weeks of age 18 2 7 13 3- 5 weeks of age 16 2 7 13 over 5 weeks 14 2 8 13 Breeding duck and layer duck Young - 3 weeks of age 18 3 7 13 3-8 weeks of age 16 3 7 13 8 weesk - laying 16 3 7 13 Swine Young - weaned swine 20 4 3 13 Weaned - swine 15 kgs of weight 18 3 4 13 Swine 15-30 kgs of weight 16 3 7 13 30-60 kgs of weight 14 3 8 13 60 kgs - market 12 2 8 13 Breeding swine 12 3 10 13 Swine sow lactation stage 16 3 10 13 Swine sow pregnancy stage 14 3 10 13 Cattle First born - calf of 2 months 20 3 9 13 2-6 months of age 16 2 10 13 6 month - 1 year 6 months of age 12 2 13 13 over 1 year 6 months of age 10 2 14 13 Male cattle over 450 kgs of weight 10 2 17 13 Feedlot cattle 12 2 14 13 Cattle in state of pregnancy and calf-feeding 14 2 14 13 Feed briquettes Feedlot cattle (150 kgs of weight - market) 12 2 25 13 Feedlot cattle (250 kgs of weight - market) 10 2 25 13 Feedlot cattle (350 kgs of weight - market) 9 2 30 13 Calf of 2 months of age 14 2 25 13 Cattle in state of pregnancy and calf-feeding 13 2 30 13 Roughhage feed for cattles all stages and feed together with feed concentrate 7 1 45 13 Buffallo First born buffallo - 6 months of age 15 2 10 13 6 months - 1 year 6 months of age 12 2 14 13 over 1 year of age 10 2 17 13 Buffallo - gestation - lactation stage 13 2 14 13 Feed briquettes Buffallo - gestation - lactation stage 14 2 30 13 Rabbit Full grown rabbit 14 - - 13 Breeding rabbit 12 - - 13 Rabbin mother - after-weaning 17 - - 13 Non-specific rabbit 15 - - 13 Quail Young quail 22 3 5 13 Laying quail 20 3 5 13 Remarks: If feed formula does not follow the criteria or standard recommended, company can show a test report for determination Table 3: Criteria Used For Determining Shrimp Feed Formula Registration Protein Fat No Fiber No Moisture No Less Less More No More Use of Feed Than % Than % Than % Than % For Type Size Young shrimp - protzoen stage powder not over 100 micron 40 6 3 10 flat/pellet no limit Young shrimp - mysis stage powder 100-250 micron 40 6 3 10 flat/pellet no limit Young shrimp P1-P5 stage powder 250-500 micron 40 6 3 10 flat/pellet no limit flat/pellet/ no size limit Young sinking pallet grid no. 25-35 (0.5 - 0.71 mm) shrimp P5-P15 stage 40 6 3 10 Young shrimp nauplius stage 1 (1.2- 2.5 cm) sinking pallet grid no. 25 - 35 (0.5 - 0.71 mm) 38 5 3 11 Young shrimp nauplius stage 2 (2.5- 3.5 cm) sinking pallet grid no. 25 - 12 (0.71 - 1.68 mm) 38 5 3 11 Young shrimp (1-3 gram of weight) sinking pallet grid no. 12 - 8 (1.68 - 2.38 mm) 38 5 3 11 Young shrimp (3-12 gram of weight) Qu sinking pallet diameter 1.5 - 2.3 mm 36 4 4 12ail Young quail 22 3 5 13 Laying quail 20 3 5 13 Medium sized shrimp (12-30 gram of Remarks: If feed formula does not follow the criteria or standard recommended, company can show a test report for determination weight) sinking pallet diameter 1.8 - 2.4 mm 35 4 4 12 Large sized shrimp (over 30 gram) sinking pallet diameter 2.2 - 2.6 mm 35 3 4 12 Feed supplement sinking pallet no diameter limit 32 3 4 12 Remarks: If feed formula does not follow the criteria or standard recommended, company can show a test report for determination Table 4: Criteria Used For Determining Fresh Water Prawn Feed Formula Registration Protein Fat No Fiber No Moisture No Less Less More No More Use For Type Size of Feed Than % Than % Than % Than % Giant fresh water prawn larvae 4-15 powder, flat, days of age pallet grid 500 micron 37 5 3 10 Giant fresh water prawn larvae 15 powder, flat, days of age pallet diameter not over 1.5 mm 37 5 3 10 Post larvae 5 gram of weight sinking pallet no diameter limit, not over 2.5 mm 30 4 5 12 Full grown giant fresh water prawn 5- 12 gram of weight sinking pallet no diameter limit 25 3 6 12 Table 5: Criteria Used For Determining Cattlefish Feed Formula Registration Full grown giant fresh water prawn Protein Fat No Fiber No Moisture over 12 gram of weight sinking pallet no diameter limit No Le2s5s Less 3 More 6 No Mo12re Use For Type Size of Feed Than % Than % Than % Than % Feed supplement sinking pallet no diameter limit 20 3 6 12 Young cattlefish 4-15 days or size not Feed concentrate ov powder 30 5 6 12r 3 cm. grid 500 micron (mesh no. 35) 80% 35 5 6 12 Super small size cattlefish 16-30 days or size 3-5 cm. flat, pallet diameter not over 2.5 mm 35 4 6 12 Remarks: If feed formula does not follow the criteria or standard recommended, Small cattlefish 30-45 days or size coovmerp 5a ncym .can show a test report for determinationflat, pallet diamenter not over 4.3 mm 30 4 6 12 Medium cattlefish 1.5-3 months of age flat, pallet no diameter limit 28 3 8 12 Giant cattlefish over 3 months of age flat, pallet no diameter limit 24 3 8 12 Remarks: If feed formula does not follow the criteria or standard recommended, company can show a test report for determination Table 6: Criteria Used For Determining Eating Plant Fish Feed Formula Registration Protein Fat No Fiber No Moisture No Less Less More No More Use For Type Size of Feed Than % Than % Than % Than % Eating plan fish feeding by semi-development format (feed supplement) Small eating plant fish flat, pallet no diameter limit 18 3 10 12 Big eating plant fish flat, pallet no diameter limit 15.5 3 10 12 Eating plant fish feeding by development format Small eating plant fish tilapia 3-150 gram of weight flat, pallet no diameter limit 28 3 8 12 Medium eating plant fish tilapia 150- 250 gram of weight flat, pallet no diameter limit 25 3 8 12 Giant eating plant fish Table 7: Criteria Used For Determining Feed Concentrate Formula Registration tilapia over 250 gram of weight flat, pallet no dMiameter limit 20 3 8 12oisture Products Protein % Fat % Fiber % % Ash % Salt % Broken milled rice 7.5 1.1 0.5 13 - - Remarks: If feed formula does not follow the criteria or standard recommended, Millet flour 9 2.5 3 13 - - Ccormn pmaenayl g cradne s1h,2ow test rep8o/r7t. 5for determ2ination 3 13 2 - Coran see grade 1,2 8/7.5 2 3 14.5 2 - Bran 5 2 28 11 18 - Rice bran 12 15 8 11 10 - Bran oil 14.5 3 15 13 14 - Cassava 1.9 0.5 3.4 13 - - Pellets 2 0.6 3.4 13 - - End Report. 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Posted: 21 March 2013

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