Mirajkars trading company are well-known Suppliers & Exporters of best quality Bajra (millet) from India
to all around the world.
We offer quantity and qualitative array of indian Bajra, which is highly demanded by Agro industry and various animal feeders,poultry located across the world. Our organic millet is decay free, safe and is also available in air tight packing. We assure our high end users of the prime quality of our products. We offers our clients best quality Indian Bajra, which is also most suitable for feeding birds, poultry and fish farms. Thereby, we are called one of the success raw millet exporters and suppliers from India.
The pure millet is packed in convenient bags that weigh different to suit the requirements of the
2.Richer nutritional contents
3.Air tight packing
Varieties of Millet/Bajra
The various forms of Millet/Bajra that are commonly available are:
Pearl Millet: It is one of the most widely used millet in the world and is grown mainly in India. It is resistant to drought, low soil fertility and high temperature. Pearl millet accounts for about 50% of the world’s total production. Also known as ‘Bajra’ in India.
Foxtail Millet/Bajra: It is an annual crop that has slim, vertical leaves, and grows at a height of 120-200 cm. This crop bears small seeds that are 2 mm in diameter. Other names of this kind of millet include Italian millet, German millet and Chinese millet. The botanical name of pearl millet is ‘Setaria Italica’
Proso Millet/Bajra: The botanical name of proso millet is termed as ‘Panicum Miliaceum’ and is also known as common millet, broom corn, white millet, etc. It is an annual crop that is well adapted to different soil and climatic conditions. For cultivation, it requires least amount of water, the lowest among any major cereals. It is healthy as it contains the least amount of gluten and is, thus, sold as an health food in food stores.
Finger Millet: Botanically known as ‘Eleusine Coracana’, finger millet is an annual cereal crop that is extensively grown in the dry areas of Africa and Asia. It grows well in high altitude areas and is cultivated in the Himalayas at an altitude of 2300 meters. Other terms for finger millet include ‘African millet’ or ‘ragi’.