Agata feed mills Limited is a Bangladesh & Singapur joint venture company .The company started its business in Bangladesh at the end of the year 2013 with Poultry Feed. The Company launched and started selling Poultry Feed & Fish Feed at the same time.
To diversify its product portfolio we are willing introduced Shrimp Feed Cattle
Feed. Agata feed mills Limited is not only for business purpose but also for the improvement of socio- economic condition of the Bangladeshi farm owners.Customer satisfaction is the aim of our efforts. We are using the most modern technology for maximum customer satisfaction. Moreover, we never compromise with quality and originativity, with fish, poultry & cattle feed. Our marketing team in here provides the day-to-day marketing support updating data Base and their Professional Marketing Activities and the technical team always have a good relation with the our customers & providing service as per customers requirement and We are strongly committed to maintain its highest quality.
Why Agata ?
have high skilled human resources in our company who are experienced at their professional field.
company uses to provide prompt and all-aspects service of high quality is the principle of our service work.
checks quality and accuracy among a set of parameters at each stage of the manufacturing process to assure consistency.
Agata Research Laboratory
Agata feed mill is one of the many feed mills of bangladesh yet a better one .
Traditionally two of the most important ingredients have been fishmeal and fish oil. These come mainly from the processing of fish from the wild catch, usually pelagic species that are generally not suited to processing for human consumption.
Traditionally two of the most important ingredients have been fishmeal and fish oil. These come mainly from the processing of fish from the wild catch, usually pelagic species that are generally not suited to processing for human consumption. Fish sold for human consumption attract a higher price than those used to make fishmeal. The fishmeal fisheries are often referred to as reduction fisheries. The world’s largest reduction fishery is in the Pacific, off the coast of Peru and Chile and is regulated by the governments of those countries.