The NPC feed mill is one of the country’s biggest feed mills. It was constructed in 2004 to supply the breeder and broiler farms with 100% grain feed. The company completed its expansion plan during 2012 to improve production capacity to reach 36-40 tons per hour to meet the increased demand of the company’s farms and the local market.
TECHNOLOGY AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
The National Poultry Co. developed its own feed formula with nutritional values including starter, grower and finisher to meet the critical age requirement during chicken rearing. An automated production process takes place with the supervision of a professional team of experts. Research and product development is managed according to the most advanced technological methods.
FEED INGREDIENT AND QUALITY CONTROL
The National Poultry Co. buys all feed ingredients of corn, soya and additives from selected approved suppliers. Samples are tested by a quality specialist to ensure the quality of the final product. Analysis of raw material before production is done to ensure the quality standards. Analysis of finished feed product is done before release for loading.
The engineering and construction of the feed mill premises takes into consideration the prevention of micro-contamination.
EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY
The feed mill is an automated operation that effectively produces high quality products with a special sanitation program to prevent any micro-contamination.
The feed mill is supported with a dust system, environmental responsibility and employees’ protection.
The feed mill has a storage capacity of 40,000 tons supported with a strict system to control and maintain the temperature, humidity and ventilation rates, and a special sanitation program to prevent any micro-contamination.
Product development and quality control are managed by a professional team at the feed mill lab.
GRAIN FEED 100%
The National Poultry Co. is a pioneer in producing 100% grain feed in Jordan. Starter, grower and finisher feed are produced with the highest global quality standards.