BUCHAREST, Romania, Jan. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Seradria, a renowned livestock and fodder exporting company from Romania, brings fodder related health issues to general attention. The company exports animal feed worldwide, without assuming any quality or health risks, having current successful contracts with countries from Europe, like Italy, Germany, Spain, France, Austria or Greece, and with Middle Eastern and African countries like Jordan, Syria, Tunisia or Libya.
The fodder used for export is successfully transported by boat towards the Mediterranean and North African countries, but also towards the Middle Eastern countries. This kind of shipping is very efficient and relatively fast, with a period ranging from less than a week, for the European and African countries tied to the Mediterranean Sea, to 2-3 weeks for the transit towards the Arabic countries. Of course, the export of the necessary animal feed for the continental partners is also done by truck, a faster, but less efficient way of transporting, because of the reduced capacity of transporting livestock or fodder.
Seradria uses alfalfa as the main type of fodder, also known as lucerne, due to its high nutrient qualities and because it's a very popular and wide-spread type of fodder in Romania, used for both sheep and cattle. The 35,000 tons production of alfalfa per year is what Seradria has to offer all year round, at best quality, for every business partner that needs animal feed with certain characteristics and, more importantly, with very high health standards. This is the main concern for every farmer and livestock owner, because there are many risks involving animal feed heath issues, and putting the animals' lives in danger is not an efficient way of growing sheep and cattle.
The Romanian company warns its partners about the dangers of silage, the type of fodder that has been stored in silos before being exported to farmers. This kind of practice is outspread all over the world, and many Romanian companies, also, store the animal feed in silos, but Seradria warns about the potential dangers that may affect the natural and efficient grow of sheep and cattle. There are a lot of health issues involving silage, and Seradria explains the dangers of this kind of storage, which may result into the development of various micro-organisms, chemicals, or excessive acidity of the fodder. The Romanian company backs its information on relevant medical studies about mycotoxins and phytoestrogens, which are believed to develop in real issues for animal health.
Seradria.com exports only fodder that has not additives or chemical substances, used mainly by the silo storage method in order to preserve the fermented crops and to push their expiration date. The alfalfa pellets or bales used for obtaining dry animal feed by Seradria are not only fit for export in any time of the year, but are also very nutritive, due to their protein concentration, minerals, vitamins and metabolically balance.
Seradria's main objective is to improve its relationship with the existing partners, from Europe and North Africa, but also from the countries of Middle East, where there are many prospective clients waiting for both Romanian quality livestock and Romanian animal feed which has not been preserved in silos or presents health dangers for the animals' health.
Seradria is a Romanian export company, which specializes in offering livestock and quality fodder to countries worldwide. Its partners from Europe, Northern Africa, and the Middle East have accepted the natural and healthy proposal of animal feed that has not been influenced in any artificial way. Founded in 1994 in Bucharest, Romania, Seradria is one of the most important companies from this Eastern-European country that exports high-quality animal feed, in bales or granulated form, and livestock, which consists in sheep and cattle of Romanian origins.
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