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Cargill Philippines Inc

Cargill Philippines Inc

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Published by: Dionie Wilson Diestro on Apr 11, 2012
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HISTORY  Founded in 1865 by William W. Cargill when he bought a grain flat house in Conover. purchasing and distributing grain and other agricultural commodities. producing food ingredients such as starch and glucose syrup. the manufacture of livestock and feed. steel and transport. Iowa  Major businesses are trading. vegetable oils and fats for application in processed foods and industrial use . trading in energy.

such as minerals and vitamins . pellets or crumbles  Can be complete nourishments or supplements that only provide additional micronutrients.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION  Compound Feeds  Compound feeds are feedstuffs that are blended from a variety of raw materials and additives  Formulated according to the distinct needs of the target animal and are manufactured by feed compounders as meal type.


its digestibility and palatability are higher when fermented or stored in silos for preservation  Rice hulls  Milling the rice grains removes the outer covering of the seed and produced.RAW MATERIALS  Corn  Zea mays L. usually. a member of the grass family  When used as fodder.. is a cereal crop. as a waste. could be used as fuel and fodder .

RAW MATERIALS  Molasses  A viscous by-product of the processing of sugar cane. grapes or sugar beets into sugar  As animal feed. it is often combined with bagasse (sugar cane pulp) to form a dry feed with high sugar content  Additives  Usually nutritional supplements intended to enhance the nourishment provided by the basic raw materials or to impart what is missing from them .



cemented surface before storing them into their silos (tanks) .MANUFACTURING PROCESS  Testing  Sample of each delivered goods are taken to the central laboratory to test its quality and to assure that it meets the standards  Storage  Ingredients that have passed the specifications of the specifications of the laboratory now enter the storage facility  First removed from their respective containers such as sacks and are laid in a flat.

MANUFACTURING PROCESS  Grinding  Materials are transferred to the vertical grinder. where the material’s size is reduced to improve feed utilization  Weighing  Ground components are weighed for they follow a certain ratio for a specific product  Mixing  Weighed components are blended together with the additives to form a uniform mixture .

moisture. and time . providing optimum retention and mixing time  Correct conditioning of a feed is a must to achieve a good product quality  Improves compressibility and binding properties of feed mixtures by using heat.MANUFACTURING PROCESS  Conditioning  The pre-mixed material is cooked with the addition of liquids and steam.

MANUFACTURING PROCESS  Crumbling  Employed to control particle size reduction and increase nutrient and bulk density  Heat generated during compaction of the feed may also improve digestibility and destroy thermolabile toxic factors that naturally occur in some plant products  Permits the use of low density. unpalatable feeds that might not otherwise be practical to use . bulky.

MANUFACTURING PROCESS  Cooling  Crumbling generates heat in order to bind the components. and passes through a machine that seals it by sewing the opening . thus the resulting bulk has a high temperature  Temperature is lowered to room temperature to ensure proper storage and prolong shelf life  Bagging  The product is placed in its respective sack.

QUALITY CONTROL  Sanitation practices  Vehicles used for this purpose must first pass through a shower in order to eliminate possible contaminants that might affect the product  Policies concerning proper hygiene are observed by the production team  Material testing  Only products which have met the standards would be transformed into the finished merchandise .

QUALITY CONTROL  Machineries and equipment are regularly checked  Done to assure that the procedures will run smoothly to produce products of good quality  Final product testing  Finished product is subjected to tests before releasing them to the market to ensure that these products have met the requirements and are suitable to be sold .

courtesy of local supplier  Petroleum  Diesel. which in turn produce mechanical energy to carry out the necessary processes. is used for fuelling engines of certain machineries that don’t require electricity .UTILITIES/ENERGY  Electricity  Electricity is used in the operation of most of the equipment in the plant.

WASTE TREATMENT PLAN  Fumes  Fumes produced are cleaned first by scrubbing the gas before its eventual release to the atmosphere  Solid waste and waste water  Generated from the raw materials during processing  Dispatched to an accredited facility for treatment before disposal  Feed rejects  Tested if they can still be reintroduced to the manufacturing procedure  If suitable. if not. it goes to the waste treatment facility . the feed is re-circulated.

ROLEOF A CHEMICAL ENGINEER  Central Laboratory  Responsible for the initial testing of the raw materials and the final screening of the finished product  In charge of the formulation of the products marketed in the industry  Research & Development  Seeks to enhance the products by searching new ways of processing or alternative materials that can be used to create less expensive but just as beneficial commodities .

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