“In 2010 the Israeli company AMBAR FEED MILLS signed a contract with GRUPO TATOMA for the construction of a stationary plant for the production of total mixed rations (TMR) in order to provide its customers and associates with 5,000 feed rations for dairy herd farmers in the north-eastern Negev desert. The plant consisted of a MT-25 model horizontal mixer, a weighing belt, two chain feeders and an auger feeder.
AMBAR FEED MILLS is the largest and most advanced feed mill in Israel , it was founded in 1961 and belongs to the Granot Central Cooperative Ltd, which is one of the largest cooperatives in the world created by the kibbutz movement in Israel to centralize all purchases. AMBAR FEED MILLS owns two production plants, Ambar North in Gan Shmuel and Ambar South in Dvira. Its annual production is close to a million tons of animal compound feed.”