Inclusions & Formulations

All our products are high in nutrition and 100% natural. Most of the animals can be enriched with our products such as:


The inclusion of Guar Protein Meal by-products in poultry diets may be a useful economic strategy for decreasing feed costs while maintaining production levels.


Guar Protein Meal can support growth, feed consumption, and meat yield in Broilers.

Guar Protein Meal products are manufactured by using several methods to improve the nutritive value: Steam pelleting, Roasting/Toasting, Micronization, Sterlisation etc. However, Guar Protein Meal should remain as essential part of the Broiler Diet to avoid problems and enhance weight gain & immunity.

Broiler Diet:5 % to 7%

Laying hens

Guar Protein Meal included at 5 % or higher in the diet of laying hens increases egg production and feed nutrition. Guar germs and guar meal could be fed up to 5 % to high-production laying eggs, feed consumption, eggshell quality, and solid egg components.

Laying Hens Diet: 8% to 10%


In dairy cows, palatability problems have been sorted out with our Roasted/Micronized Guar Protein Meal product range. However, dairy cows and heifers fed rations containing 10-15% guar meal got acquainted to its odor and taste after a few days. Intake remained lower than with the control diet but dairy performances were not affected.

In growing male buffalo calves, guar meal fed at 50 % of ME intake was found to be a better energy and protein supplement than groundnut meal, with higher digestibility, body weight and feed conversion efficiency. The animals also showed a positive response in sperm motility, plasma LH and testosterone compared to those fed with groundnut meal.

Cattle Diet: 15% to 20 %


In lambs, our Guar Protein Meal products supported poor performance, especially early in the feeding period, but the animals overcame those initial, poor performance and made compensatory gains. Sheep fed diets containing 50:50 guar meal and maize (ad libitum diets alone or ad libitum diets combined with grazing) had better meat yields than sheep grazing.

Sheep Diet: 12% to 16%


In growing pigs, Guar Protein Meal included at 7.5 % resulted in growth. In growing-finishing pigs, the inclusion of guar meal up to 6 % had positive effects on growth performance. Guar Protein Meal included at 12 % reduced growth performance without affecting pork quality.

Pigs Diet: 18% to 20%


Up to 10 % Guar Protein Meal in the diet could replace soybean meal in layer ducks and it also have great impact on weight gain.

Duck Diet: 10 % to 12%


Up to 20 % Guar Protein Meal could replace groundnut meal in laying Japanese quails

Quaols Diet: 18 % to 20%


Guar forage from two successive cuts were found to be palatable with a good digestibility in rabbits, with a DMI of 1.78 % LW.

Guar Protein Meal can be fed to growing rabbits as it impact body weight gain, feed conversion, dry matter and energy digestibilities, even when it replaces less than 25 % of soybean meal. However, guar meal could be fed up to 22.5 % of the diet.

Rabbits/Forage Diet: 18 % to 20%


In carp species, Guar Protein Meal can replace part of the animal protein sources. Guar Protein Meal can replace up to 50 % of fishmeal protein in common carp (Cyprinus carpio) fingerlings. In Rohu (Labeo rohita), Guar Protein Meal included at 30 % in diets resulted in much lower dry matter, crude protein and energy digestibility than meat meal, but was still considered a valuable feed ingredient for Rohu.

Guar Protein Meal can be fed directly to mrigal (Cirrhinus mrigala) fingerlings. Feeding Guar Protein Meal resulted in higher survival, weight gain and protein, fat and energy.

Fish/Carps Diet: 18 % to 20%

The features of our products based on Guar Protein Meal are:

  • Free from contaminants
  • High nutritional content
  • High quality products
  • Customized packaging

Trials done in research shows that this processed Guar Protein Meal Korma/Churi can be added to feed in following percentages for high Feed Conversation Ratio (FCR), low mortality and high weight gain.

Feeding method:

If animal is new to guar korma start at low level of 3 to 4% and then after a week increase to 6 to 8% keep it for another week and then can increase to 10 -12% and thereafter 12-15%. At every level the palatability need to be observed which is very important.


In India a leading dairy consultant tried on 100 cows. They started with 250gms/head and went up to 2 kg/head in one month time with fantastic results of weight gain/day and found:

  • Min. 18% extra in milk yield in 8 days. 
  • Min. 12 % FAT & 5% SNF% extra in 8 days. 

Also recorded positively that all the animals attained, regained their Natural heat cycle and are happily pregnant and healthy.