PAVA Animal Feed Garners Praise From Regional Farm Businesses

Barnaul, Russian Federation (PressExposure) November 24, 2009 -- Several months ago, Altay grain processor PAVA started to ship bulk flour and cattle feed to farms of the Ural region. According to sales specialists of PAVA, the company has received very favourable response from livestock producers for excellent performance of animal nutrition products.

The reports say that PAVA feed mixes supply complex nutritional programme and help sustain good energy balance. Farmers noted improvement of cattle's appetite and tangible results in weight gain. It is expected that developing efficient feeding practices will support profitability of cattle-breeding business.

The feed shipped to Ural producers is manufactured by Rebrikha mill (the Altay Territory) and represents a perfect source of protein, also being a viable choice compared to feed grain. The composition of the product is based on a variety of cereals, and it is available in granular formulation. Flexible approach allows to customize the mix according to individual preferences.

PAVA ranks among the leading agri-processing companies in Russia, which operates through three production branches and relies on independent crop growing. It has over 10 years experience in providing agricultural industry and customers with products that possess high level of quality and safety.

About PAVA OJSC

PAVA is one of the major grain processors in Russia. The company represents a 3% share of the national flour market. According to 2007 results, it was given the status 'Leading Exporter of the Industry' by Russian Ministry of Economic Development. Recently PAVA has developed a new strategy - creation of a vertically integrated agroindustrial holding. It is based on implementation of 2 projects: RAD (agricultural business operations) and Grainvest (deep grain processing), consolidated under GlobalAgro structure.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 24, 2009 at 2:11 am
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