ABOUT RHODES GRASS
Rhodes grass (Chloris Gayana) is usually a summer-growing, stoloniferous perennial, in which runners provide exceptional soil cover for erosion control. It is an important tropical grass widespread in tropical and subtropical countries like Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh.
Hay is grass, legumes, or other herbaceous plants that have been cut and dried to be stored for use as animal fodder, particularly for large grazing animals raised as livestock, such as cattle, horses, donkeys, goats and sheep. However, it is also fed to smaller domesticated animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs
Rhodes grass hay is low in oxalate, containing approximately 2.5 to 3 g/kg of oxalate. Being low in oxalate, Bighead Disease is not an issue. Also Rhodes grass hay is more reliable and consistent when it comes to the low starch, low sugar characteristic.
Rhodes grass is useful forage for pasture and hay and is very productive. Rhodes grass export from Pakistan is primarily useful forage of high quality. Its export increases the quality of Rhodes grass cultivation in Pakistan and Rhodes grass yield per acre in Pakistan.
Pakistan Rhodes grass exporters are now becoming one of the largest Rhodes grass exporters all over the globe. The quality of Rhodes grass in Pakistan is better than in any other country.
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Being Largest Suppliers of Agricultural products, we believe in purity of our products and aim to get maximum satisfaction of our customers. We strive to provide you with the best feed for you animals so that you don’t have to compromise for substandard feed for your animals.
ZETA group is the second name of trust, purity and Quality. Being the best, our approach towards Rhodes Grass Hay production and its export is also to serve you with the best.
Our farms use the imported hybrid seeds of this grass, and also use ultra-modern harvesting machinery as provided by Farm Dynamics in Pakistan. Modern methods take care of all the things.
Here are some parts of our modern processing that includes modern technology.
FROM OUR OWN FARMS
Our Mombasa grass in Pakistan grows in time and provides cover within 3 months of sowing. We Use it as a cover crop that improves soil structure, water infiltration in the soil, water-holding capacity, and its development lowers soil temperature during summer. We produce all of our Rhodes grass hay naturally without using any harmful chemical substances. Zeta Group is emerging fast as one of the best around the globe.
The pesticides that we use are tilted more towards natural substance rather than synthetic ones. Our Rhodes grass hay for horses is one of the best you will find in the market without any impurities. Its demand is increasing day by day. It has Low oxalate concentrations that make Rhodes grass a valuable pasture grass for horses.
In Pakistan, we use clippings that were used to make mulch and protect soil from erosion with particular Rhodes grass hay analysis. It makes a valuable seedbed for different horticultural crops such as zucchini, bulb onions, and eggplant. It provides organic and Chemical-free matter and protects it from wind and sun.
We export the A+ quality of Rhodes Grass with controlled moisture. Zeta never compromises on quality of its products.
We provide the services with customized packing as per customer’s requirement.
|Product Name||Rhodes Grass|
|Scientific Name||Chloris Gayana|
|Place of Origin||Pakistan|
|Moisture (%)||9 – 10 % Max|
|Crude Protein (%)||0.12|
|Admixture (%)||0.0 % (None)|
|Model Name/number||Zeta Rhodes grass #001|
|Crude Fibre||29.0 – 30.0 %|
|Ash||6.0 – 9.0 % (Max)|
|Nitrogen Free Extract||50.0 – 53.0 %|
|Ether Extract||1.30 – 1.7 (Max)|
|Total Aflatoxin(ppb)||10.0 %|
|Total Endophyte (ppb)||0.0 % (Endophyte free)|
|Minimum Order Requirement (MOQ)||20 tons|
|Packaging Style||bales or as per customer requirement|
|Square Field Bale||250 – 300 kg/bale|
|Double Compressed bale||28 – 30 kg/bale|
|Container Loading Weight||16 – 22 M Ton / Container|
|Container HQ (ft)||40 feet|
|Bales per Container||450 – 600 bales (depends on the bale type)|
|Number of Bales per container||As per the Container Weight|