The animal fodder and beet plant chopper is used to grind up vegetable matter and store it in the plastic bottles that are part of the food chain.
It is the primary source of fodder for livestock farmers.
Animal fodder is also a staple food in the food system of Bangladesh, where it is a staple in the diet of millions of people.
It is also part of Bangladesh’s food security strategy.
Bangladesh produces around 10 million tonnes of edible fodder per year, according to the Bangladesh Food Security Programme, which monitors its production and supplies it to the government.
In terms of food security, Bangladesh is also home to the largest livestock herd in the world.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Bangladesh produces around 5.8 million tonnes worth of edible food, including 1.2 million tonnes each of beef, sheep and goat.
The country has a population of around 3.4 million people.
The United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAOs) estimates that by 2020, the population of Bangladesh will reach 6.4 billion people.
According to Bangladesh’s Department of Agriculture, there are approximately 1.8 billion people living in the country.
It is estimated that a country of the size of Bangladesh has about 6.5 million cattle.
The livestock sector is estimated to produce approximately $US100 billion ($127 billion) in economic output each year.
In a statement, Bangladesh’s Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries said it was working to increase the production of animal fodder from 2.3 million tonnes per year to 5 million tonnes.
Bangls livestock is mostly grazed on the grasslands of the western hills of the country, which provide an important source of protein for the cattle.
Banglis farmers produce about 2.6 million tonnes, which they use to feed their cattle, and the remaining 4 million tonnes is used as fodder, according the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.
Bengali food production has been growing at a very rapid rate over the last two decades, according TOI.
In 2016, the country’s annual food production reached a record high of 2.4 crore tonnes, the latest figures from the Food Technology Development Organization show.
Bengalis food exports have increased by nearly 70 per cent since 2001, and its value has risen by an estimated $US4.5 billion ($5.1 billion).
India’s government is also working on a plan to increase livestock production, and feed it to Bangladeshs livestock.
The Indian government has also recently invested $US5 billion in beef production in Bangladesh, with the goal of increasing the countrys beef exports by 10 per cent by 2022, and increasing the total output of beef by 1.5-2 per cent annually, according Food Technology Department Director General Suresh Kumar said.