Cargill unveils feed plant for dairy industry in India

New plant will produce 10,000 metric tons of feed per month and feed average of 75,000 cows per day.

Cargill has inaugurated a new feed plant in Bathinda, Punjab, India.

Dairy is a primary source of protein in India, where the population is largely vegetarian. Milk-based paneer, ghee, yogurt and sauces are all staples of daily life, making the country both the largest consumer and the largest producer of dairy in the world, Cargill said, noting that the new plant is a testament to its commitment to support the growth and development of the booming dairy industry and the farming co

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