Muslims are supposed to make every effort to obtain wholesome halal foods. Halal foods must be free from any component that Muslims are prohibited from consuming. There is a huge potential globally for halal meat because of the large growth in the Muslim population and the number of people of other religions that appreciate the benefits of halal meat. Many Muslim consumers believe that the meat of animals that are fed feed with animal by-products and blood meal are haram. Satisfying the demand for halal feeds for food animals presents both a challenge and an opportunity for entrepreneurs in the animal feed industry. Various segments of the feed industry had different levels of compliance with the feed ban regulation. About 27% of the firms handling feeds for ruminants were inspected. If the Muslim community is concerned about the feed of food animals, it will have to work with the halal certifiers to obtain animals that meet this standard.