BRASUDA HAS ESTABLISHED THE RIGHTS TO DISTRIBUTE THE PRODUCTS OF MATSUDA THROUGHOUT AFRICA.
Matsuda was founded in 1948 and is active in different sectors of Livestock industries such as tropical pastures seed production with high quality (purity, germination and vigour), coated and treated seed, animal nutrition, farming equipment and machinery.
The company is the worldwide leader in seed production of tropical forage species and its main objective is to develop high technology and solutions to the farming industry.
WITH THE ONGOING TECHNICAL SUPPORT FROM MATSUDA AND FROM OUR OWN PARTNERS WE WILL SUPPLY THE BEST SUITABLE GRASS VARIETIES TO THE FARMING INDUSTRY.
PRODUCTS & SERVICES
Java hybrid forage legume was obtained from the selection of progenies of Macrotyloma axil/are' s cultivars Archer and Guata.
Java is a perennial twinning and creeping legume with stems light green colored leaves and stems. It is a very good seed producer setting seeds all year round. Low demanding in soil fertility, it presents high persistence under grazing, medium palatability which assures high persistence. It is Bradyrhizobium promiscuous under the tropical soils conditions
A Complete Nutritional Program for Omnivorous Fishes
A complete line of fish feed that meets the nutritional requirements of tropical omnivorous fishes farmed in cage or ponds.
• Brood fish
• Food-size fish
The VittaFish / AcquaPesca nutritional program relies on:
• the most advanced concepts in fish nutrition.
• the use of high quality and digestible ingredients.
• a modern feed extrusion technology a rigorous quality
standards and control
• concepts of sustainable aquaculture
Economy and sustainability
Feed quality and nutrition impacts fish performace and health, as well as water quality, mainly in pond
aquaculture. Therefore, the use of high quality feeds is a key factor on the sustainability and economics of
Benefits of using high quality feeds:
• Improved condition, growth and health of fish
• More efficient use of feed (better feed conversion);
• Minimal fecal and metabolic wastes;
• Less impact on water quality;
• Maximizing profits, through increased productivity and
reduced production costs.
All stages of silage making in one operation
Storage and compaction at the same time!