With hay and grain prices reaching record highs and unpredictable weather patterns damaging pasture lands, farmers and ranchers across the country are in need of a dependable and affordable feed for their livestock. HYDROPONIC Fodder Feed Systems allow you to take control of your livestock feed regimen and bring your whole farm one step closer to sustainability. Feeding hydroponic fodder will not only benefit your livestock, but almost every aspect of your farm.

Benefits to Livestock
Fodder is a more natural feed and is comparable to the forages the digestive systems of livestock. Due to its increased digestibility and the availability of nutrients, there is a wide range of benefits to feeding fodder over grains and concentrates. Not only will your animals be healthier and have a better quality of life, they will also be more productive and profitable. Benefits to all animals include:

  • Faster weaning and less stress on mothers and youngstock
  • Less manure due to increased digestibility of fodder
  • Boosted immune system
  • Increased longevity and lifespan
  • Earlier heat cycles
  • Improved fertility
  • Stimulated appetite during heat stress
  • Better behavior and temperament

Benefits for You
Adding fodder to the feed regimen of your livestock will result in direct benefits to your farm. Growing fodder hydroponically is more efficient than any other means of producing feed for livestock. By feeding fodder, you will greatly reduce the amount of resources needed to maintain your animals and your farm. Fodder Benifits for Goats

Goat Farming is a billion dollar industry in India and

provides livelihood for millions of farmers.




Sojat breed

Sojat breed is cross of Jamunapari


Sirohi breed

Compact medium-sized animals.


Boer goat

The Boer goat is a breed of goat that was developed in South Africa


Osmanabadi goats

These goats are widely distributed in osmanabad,latur and nearby small town places.