China Kangtai Cactus Biotech Inc. to Launch Patented Cactus Hog Feed

China Kangtai Cactus Biotech Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CKGT), a vertically integrated grower, developer, manufacturer and marketer of a variety of cactus-based products in China, announced today that the company plans to begin marketing cactus hog feed in the forth quarter in 2009, following the successful launch of cactus cattle feed and fish feed in July 2008.
Thursday 16 July 2009 (9 years 6 days ago)
China Kangtai Cactus Biotech Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CKGT), a vertically integrated grower, developer, manufacturer and marketer of a variety of cactus-based products in China, announced today that the company plans to begin marketing cactus hog feed in the forth quarter in 2009, following the successful launch of cactus cattle feed and fish feed in July 2008. The new patented hog feed is expected to increase 2009 sales by approximately $330,000.

China Kangtai CEO Jinjiang Wang said, 'China is the world's largest hog producing country having slaughtered 625 million hogs in 2008, compared to approximately 100 million hogs in the U.S. China also has the world's largest consumer base for pork consumption. Over 65% of all meat consumed in China is pork. The cactus hog feed market shows huge growth potential. Hog producers are constantly seeking ways to improve the health and productivity of their livestock. Our cactus products are proven to enhance pork production.'

Based on scientific studies of animal nutrition and immunology, cactus-derived hog feed provides nutrition, boosts immune systems and prevents sepsis and inflammatory illnesses. Studies have shown that Kangtai's cactus feed substantially increases productivity, quality and health of hog herds thereby improving the quality of pork.

China Kangtai was awarded patents from China's State Intellectual Property Office in 2008. The patent numbers for the company's cactus hog feed and hog feed additive are 2004100437683 and 2004100438046 respectively.

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