Raw material supply

Raw material supply

 Wheat Pollard

Wheat Pollard is a byproduct during wheat milling. It is produced by sieving the wheat bran from flour when milling.

 Wheat Bran

Bran, also known as miller's bran,is the hard outer layers of cereal grain. It consists of the combined aleurone and pericarp.

Maize Bran.

This is a byproduct during the maize milling process. It is a very nutritious material since it acts as a fast class source of crude fibre and energy. It also aids in attaining the right feed texture and the right color. In most cases, aesthetically, it is popularly used for feeds that are intended to have a rough lookout! Since it is derived from the maize cereals, it is locally and readily available at all times.

Maize Germ.

This is a byproduct during the maize milling process. It is a very nutritious material since it acts as a first class source of crude fiber and energy. It also aids in attaining the right feed texture and the right color. In most cases, aesthetically, it is popularly used for feeds that are intended to have a fine lookout! Since it is derived from the maize cereals, it is locally and readily available at all times.

 

D.O.C sunflower Meal

This product is a byproduct of de-oiling the sunflower seeds. Through solvent extraction, we obtain D.O.C Sunflower Cake. It is a highly nutritious product in the feed formulation since it has a very high level of protein. Though it is known to have a slightly higher fibre that Sunflower cake, its protein percentage is always higher. DOC Sunflower cake is always produced under controlled conditions and are fully treated for the best results! A good source of proteins - Sunflower meal is one of the major protein sources in livestock feed, especially dairy cattle, chickens and even pigs and rabbits. It has a high protein, fiber and oil content. It has a protein content of between 29- 30% and a crude fiber content of 27-31% and lignin (9-12%) and lysine (3.5%). One good characteristic of sunflower is that it does not have any ingredients that affect nutrition in livestock, although its high fiber and lignin (the hard, woody part of the sunflower plant) tend to affect its digestibility

Date

22 January 2015

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