With 4 ranges of high-performance products, SNA’s ruminant feeds meet the requirements of all farm configurations.
The Dyma, Brima, Bedy and Baraka ranges provide nutritional solutions adapted to each stage of the ruminant’s life, while respecting the specific requirements of each breeder.
These ranges for ruminants, valorize the fodder produced on your farm and meet the nutritional needs of your animals in a reliable and relevant way. The wide range of ruminant products is designed to meet all your expectations.
In addition to proposing feeding strategies adapted to the requirements and expectations of each farm, SNA continues to give priority to supporting breeders.
To do this, we are strengthening our services and technical monitoring. We offer: forage analysis, rationing advice, personalized breeding audits (production, reproduction, calves and heifers, etc.).
This assistance policy is based on the motivation and skills of our team of technicians, engineers and veterinarians whose mission is to support you and listen to your needs in the field.
SNA puts the customer at the heart of its business strategy and spares no effort to satisfy him.
SNA’s poultry feeds are formulated to provide a healthy and complete diet for the animal.
A nutritional range based on raw materials in pellet and crumb form, rich in protein for optimal growth. A special poultry food rich in minerals and vitamins to cover all the nutritional needs of your animals.
All the feeds we produce for these farms are the result of years of research that have enabled us to achieve an optimal yield for the breeder.
The Lapd’or range has been designed to meet the particularities of each physiological stage of rabbits:
Take advantage of the Lapd’or range to guarantee better growth and ensure the profitability and safety of your farm.
The SNA brand compound feed companies provide their customers (breeders and feed manufacturers) with a whole range of Mineral Vitamin Supplements adapted to the different physiological stages of livestock.
They are essential micro-ingredients that must be incorporated into compound feeds in parallel with coarse raw materials (corn, barley, soybean cake, wheat bran, etc.).