FISHMEAL 64%, 65%, 67%, 70%, 72%

The protein in fish meal has a high rumen bypass value. The bypass protein itself is high in quality because it is rich in the essential amino acids lysine and methionine. For this reason, it makes a good combination with alfalfa or early-cut grass silage, which tend to be higher in rumen degradable protein. The majority of the fishmeal produced is included in commercial diets for poultry, swine, dairy cattle, mink and fish for its:
  • high grade protein of animal origin;
  • fatty acids content;
  • essential aminoacids: methionine, cysteine, lysine, threonine and tryptophan;
  • vitamine B complex, as well as choline, biotin, vitamin В12, А and D
  • minerals.

Fismeal products

Fishmeal 64%

Flame-dried fishmeal is the basis of the standard (FAQ – Fair Average Quality) product. This quality is used mainly in feeds for piglets and sows. Protein 64% Raw fat 10% Moisture 10%

Fishmeal 65%

The best source of high-grade protein with a raw protein content of 65%, an optimum amino acid complex adding to the improvement of feed conversion. Protein 65% Raw fat 10% Moisture 10%

Fishmeal 67%

An excellent composition of high protein content and natural aminoacids. Protein 67% Raw fat 10% Moisture 10%

Fishmeal 70%

Steam-dried high quality fishmeal. Protein 70% Raw fat 10% Moisture 10%

Fishmeal 72%

The fishmeal of the highest quality, Scandinavian fishmeal mix made of fresh raw materials and dried according to the latest drying technologies. It offers optimum Omega-3-Fatty Acid complex and excellent digestibility. Protein 72% Raw fat 10% Moisture 10%

Advantages of Omega-3-Fatty Acids

Apart from saturated and mono unsaturated fatty acids different fats contain poly unsaturated fatty acids of various kinds and in various quantities. These are organic compounds which serve the body as a cellular energy store, and considered essential structural elements of cell membranes. The predominant omega-3 fatty acids in fishmeal and fish oil are linolenic acid, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). Both DHA and EPA fatty acids are produced and passed along the food chain by small-size algae and zooplankton, which are consumed by fish. Fishmeal and oil contain more omega-3, than omega-6 fatty acids. In contrast, most plant lipids contain higher concentrations of omega-6 fatty acids. The beneficial effects of lipids in fish diets are particularly evident in structure and function of cell membranes. They are important in normal development of the skin, nervous system, brain, and visual acuity. Poly unsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) appear to assist the immune system in defense of disease agents and reduce the stress response. Fishmeal also contains valuable phospholipids, fat-soluble vitamins, and steroid hormones. Пn addition they moderate inflammatory reactions, inhibit blood clotting, have a favourable effect on the distribution of blood fat and, according to recent studies, can even counteract disrhythmia during a cardiac infection.

Quality of raw materials

The natural constituents of the raw material fish are such that they are ideal nutrition for our domestic animals. These characteristics need to be preserved during processing and transport in order to obtain a natural and highly effective feed stuff. The catches are landed at the production plants quickly. They are shipped in modern vessels. The careful production process ensures that the valuable raw proteins and unsaturated fatty acids are preserved. Production is carried out in a closed system to ensure a high standard of hygiene for the end product fishmeal and, with that, protection against contamination with bacteria such as salmonella. All efforts are made to catch the fish in non-polluted waters so as to minimize the intake of harmful substances such as dioxin.


The benefits of using fishmeal in pig nutrition:
  • in the feed for piglets and sows, fishmeal is a natural source of high grade protein
  • a fat structure that is rich in health-promoting Omega-3-Fatty Acids
  • a high concentration of phosphorus as well as of many other trace elements
  • high feed conversion rate > 90%
  • reduces allergic reactions
  • increases resistance to pathogenic agents
  • improves fertility of sows
  • the composition of fats in pork is such that is good for a healthy diet.
  • he health-conducive fatty acids from fish are found again in meat
  • reduces the cost-intensive use of milk-containing feed additives
Benefits of using fishmeal in poultry feeds: Fattened poultry
  • better feed conversion
  • strengthens immune system and thus reduces losses caused by diseases
  • improved fat composition in the meat
Brooders and layer hens
  • higher productivity
  • better resistance to diseases
  • improved fertility