Al Dahra opens five animal feed plants

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Al Dahra says it is now the biggest producer and exporter of clover and green feed in Eastern Europe and Balkans.
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  • The new plants have a capacity of 500,000 tonnes per annum of clover and more than 15 types of feed and concentrated grains.
  • The firm recently added some 11,000 hectares of clover to its existing plants in Romania.

Al Dahra Holding, an Abu Dhabi-based international agribusiness conglomerate, has opened five new plants in Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria that will compress and dry animal feed.
The new plants comprise 12 production lines with a capacity of 500,000 tonnes per annum of clover and more than 15 types of feed and concentrated grains, said Khadim Abdulla Aldarei, Co-founder and Managing Director of Al Dahra Holding.
“With an investment exceeding AED500 million, we are now the biggest producer and exporter of clover and green feed in Eastern Europe and Balkans,” he said.
Aldarei said that Al Dahra has recently added some 11,000 hectares of clover to its existing plants that are located in Great Braila Island in Romania and spread over an area of 56,000 hectares.
The company has also built a river port from its farms linked directly to the Port of Constanța, in addition to establishing new storages with a capacity of 60,000 tonnes of feed, he added.
Aldarei also said that the company has opened its first plant for compressing and drying animal feed in Serbia with a production capacity of 120,000 tonnes and storage capacity of 20,000 tonnes. Spread over 23,000 hectares, the plant will export clover, silage, straw and compressed feed.

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