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COMMUNITY BASED LIVELIHOODS RECOVERY PROGRAM (CBLRP)

FOR EARTHQUAKE AFFECTED AREAS OF AZAD JAMMU AND KASHMIR


AND NWFP

CBLRP-UNIDO

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY PROFILE


FOR
ANIMAL FEED MILL
IN
NWFP

SEPTEMBER 2007

SUBMITTED TO
AYESHA KHAN
CHIEF TECHNICAL ADVISOR
Community Based Livelihood Recovery Program (CBLRP)
United National industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)

BY
Sardar Shahid Farid
Chartered Accountant

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1. PROJECT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.1 PROJECT BRIEF


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The proposed project will be setup in Manshera and will be able to produce 1 ton of
compound animal feed per hour and 25 Urea Molasses Block (UMB) per hour. This feed
and UMB will be supplemented to livestock in addition to green fodder ad libitum (Freely
available to animals) for high production. Different formulae may be used to prepare
compound feed such as calf fattening formula and dairy animal formula etc. to facilitate the
customers nationwide. The proposed business will be manufacturing compound animal feed
and Urea Molasses Block (UMB) for meeting the demand of dairy and livestock farmers.

The Rated plant capacity is 2,500 Tons of compound animal feed and 62,500 blocks of Urea
molasses per annum working on 8 Hours single shift. The plant will operated in double
shifts, producing 4,800 Tons of animal compound feed and 60,000 blocks of urea molasses.

The total capital cost of the project is Rs 5,820,649. 08 employees will be employed
directly on the project. The civil works and installation of plant is estimated to complete in
06 months.

1.2 FINANCIAL SUMMARY

• Sales Rs 51Million
• Gross Profit Margin 18%
• Net Profit Margin 14%
• Internal Rate of Return 24%
• Net Present Value(14%) 1,486,532

Foreign collaboration sought Joint – Venture Management expertise


Loan Technical expertise
Market access Marketing expertise
Sub contracting Technology transfer
Buy – back arrangement Joint R&D
Equipment purchase Other :-

Studies Available Feasibility study Project description


Other Specify

Date: 25 October 2007

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2. PROJECT RATIONALE

Livestock production is an integral part of Pakistan's agriculture sector and plays a vital role
in national economy. At present, livestock is contributing about 49.1% to the agricultural
sector and 11.4 per cent to the GDP. Its net foreign exchange earnings in 2003- 04 were 53
billion, which is about 11 percent of the overall export earnings of the country. The role of
livestock in rural economy may be assessed by the fact that 30 to 35 million of the total
rural population is engaged in livestock farming, having 2 to 3 cattle/buffalo and 5 to 6
sheep/goats per family deriving 30 to 40 per cent of income from it.. In order of importance,
the major feed resources are crop residues (46%), grazing (27%), cultivated fodder (19%),
cereal/legume grains and by-products (6%) and oil cakes, meals and animal protein (2%).
Most farmers (about 75%) have small land holdings on which most of the livestock
population is concentrated. There appear to be deficiencies of 24% of the Total Digestible
Nutrients (TDN) and 39.4% of Crude Protein (CP) requirements for livestock. There is a
growing trend towards the establishment of more intensive dairy cattle and buffalo
production systems in per-urban areas of Pakistan. Despite large increases in the ruminant
population (62%) during the past 20 years, the land devoted to fodder crops has declined by
about 17%, with a corresponding increase in land used for food grain production.. At
present, Pakistan has 215 feed mills, but only few are preparing compound feed for
livestock. Generally, mixed compound feeds are prepared at home by farmers. Feed
accounts for almost 70% of total cost of production of milk or meat. Hence a balanced feed
will positively affect milk and meat production of livestock. The agro industrial by
products can be utilized in formulated compound feed. A large number of target populations
are available in the area. There are no real competitors in the locality.

3. MARKET INFORMATION

The size of this sector is still growing. Animal feed mills have been set up around the areas
where the livestock are kept in abundance. Feed is a major cost (about 70%) in livestock
and dairy farming. The processing and manufacturing of feed along with the efficient use of
feed by cattle also contribute to the cost of feed. NWFP is a relatively poor province with
average income levels estimated to be about 10% lower than the rest of country. The
provincial economy is mostly agrarian with a limited industrial base. The Agriculture sector
contributes 30% of GDP and out of this sub sector Livestock alone contributes 18% to
GDP. The demand for compound feed and Urea Molasses Blocks (UMB) is increasing day
by day with the increase in awareness among farmers. No animal feeds a mill is operating in
the surrounding areas of the project, therefore it is obvious that the project shall yield better
results. The trend for concentrate feeding to livestock is changing from the conventional
concentrate feeding to a formulated compound feed. Nowadays, compound feed is used by
many livestock and dairy farmers to get the maximum potential in terms of milk and meat.
Compound feed and UMB are very beneficial as both provide all essential nutrients to the
animal.

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4. BUSINESS PLAN

4.1 Product sales

The production is anticipated to sell as detailed in the table below.

Product Annual quantity Rate Amount in Rs


4,800
Animal compound feed Ton 10,000 48,000,000

Urea Molasses Blocks 60,000 blocks 50 3,000,000

Total 51,000,000

4.2 Raw materials

The main raw materials are Cottonseed cake, Maize grain, Corn gluten, Rice Polish, Wheat
straw, Rice bran, Molasses Urea, Salt, DCP and Vegetable Oil all the ingredients of grain
are locally available at low prices but some vitamins other ingredients will need to be
imported.

RAW MATERIAL REQUIREMENT

4.3 PRODUCT MANUFACTURING PROCESS

The compound feed preparation process requires.


a) High accuracy and precision of weighing
b) feed ingredient handling and processing
c) mixing
d) packing
e) labeling

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Process Flow Diagram Compound Feed

Process Flow of UBM

4.4 MARKETING CHANNELS

Compound animal feed and UMB is used in all class of livestock throughout the year that
the demand never gets affected with seasons. So the proposed business can be started at any
time of the year. At the commencement of the proposed business, it is important that the
entrepreneur must have good knowledge of the production and have contacts with the
farmers.

Following are some of the target clients for a manufacturer of compound feed.
. Dairy farmers
. Calf fattening farmers
. Sheep farmers
. Goat farmers

Suggested marketing pattern should be as follows

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4.5 HUMAN RESOURCE REQUIREMENT

Following is the table showing the detailed, of Human resources required and their cost.

4.6 Project Financials

4.6.1 Operational Data

The plant is expected to attain 85% capacity in the first year, thereby increasing the capacity
by 10 %. The detail of operating capacity is worked out is given below.

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5


Capacity 85% 95% 100% 100% 100%

Animal compound feed 4,080 4,560 4,800 4,800 4,800

Urea Molasses Blocks 51,000 57,000 60,000 60,000 60,000

4.6.2 Fixed Costs

The fixed capital cost on the initial fixed assets is estimated as follows.
(RUPEES)
Land and Building 4,000,044
Plant and Machinery 1,010,100
Furniture and Fixture 70,000
Vehicles 650,000
Pre operating Expenses 40,000
Erection and Installation ( 5% of total machinery Cost) 50 50,505
Fixed Assets 5,820,649

4.6.3 Working capital

Initial working capital to the amount of Rs 4,860,463 will be required for the project.
Description Amount in Rs.
First Three Months Salaries 135,000
Admin and Marketing expenses 72,463
Inventories raw material 4,463,000
Misc expenses 40,000
Cash balance required 150,000
Total 4,860,463
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4.6.4 Overhead costs

Following Overheads are assumed to occur in the first year of production.

Admin and Marketing salaries 350,000


Travel and conveyance 45,000
Utilities 210,000
Misc Expenses 4,000
Total 609,000