Kerala Feeds Ltd emphasised its existence in the goat feed industry by launching a low-cost merchandise as part of the community sector company’s attempts to persuade goat farming in the State.
KFL Chairman K S Indusekharan Nair formally produced ‘Kerala Feeds Regular’ at a operate in Kollam, using forward the PSU’s aim to market a farming society that brings together functions these kinds of as vegetable developing, fisheries and poultry amid raising of cows and goats. The new merchandise, manufactured at KFL’s plant in close by Karunagappally, costs ₹480 a bag.
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KFL Taking care of Director B Sreekumar reported goat raising was getting importance right now amid popular encouragement for built-in farming. “We have introduced ‘Kerala Feeds Regular’ to offset the absence of a low-cost merchandise in the industry. It contains nutrients crucial for the expansion of goats, their breeding and milk