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Agricon Pelleting Machines for Animal Feed

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Province: Free State
City: Bloemfontein
Address: Plot 13, Ribblesdale, Bloemfontein
Internationally acclaimed Agricon Pelleting is a worldwide supplier of pelletizing machinery and equipment as well as agri-processing factories. The company was established in 1993 and Johan Eksteen became the sole owner in 2006. From this point Agricon grew from a one-man business to an internationally respected specialist in the design and manufacturing industry of pelleting solutions for the agricultural industry.
Agricon focuses on consistently developing innovative ways to add value to its offering, and the business has successfully installed pelleting equipment for a range of products including tobacco dust, rooibos tea, human sludge waste, organic fertilizers and vermin-compost. In addition to the manufacturing of machines and equipment, the company also provides training and on-site installation for clients, as well as support following a sale or the provision of spare parts. We also provide advice on new product developments and business opportunities for clients within the sector.
Pelletizing therefore limits littering and wastage of invaluable products by altering the loose material’s physical form through the compaction, or pelleting, process. It limits wastage by 30%, while increasing digestibility in animal feeding systems by 14.2%. No selective feeding, you control your animal’s intake. Longer storage and easier transportation.
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