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DDGS Corn

DDGS is a dry processing byproduct of corn, a high energy and protein bearing raw material containing the remaining fractions of the grain after yeast fermentation to ethenol. DDGS contains many nutritional qualities and is a valuable feed ingredient for all farm animals. For ruminant animals, it provides appetizing high digestible cellulose, low starch, phosphorus, B vitamins and a high level of bypass protein. In addition, it is well evaluated in poultry diets due to its proper nutritional properties.

DDGS Wheat

DDGS is the dry processing by-product of wheat, a high energy and protein bearing raw material containing the remaining fractions of the grain after yeast fermentation to ethenol. DDGS contains many nutritional qualities and is a valuable feed ingredient for all farm animals. For ruminant animals, it provides appetizing high digestible cellulose, low starch, phosphorus, B vitamins and a high level of bypass protein. In addition, it is well evaluated in poultry diets due to its proper nutritional properties.

DDGS Barley

DDGS is the dry processing byproduct of barley, a high energy and protein bearing raw material containing the remaining fractions of the grain after yeast fermentation to ethenol. DDGS contains many nutritional qualities and is a valuable feed ingredient for all farm animals. For ruminant animals, it provides appetizing high digestible cellulose, low starch, phosphorus, B vitamins and a high level of bypass protein. In addition, it is well evaluated in poultry diets due to its proper nutritional properties.

Full Fat Soybean

Crude soy is called full-fat soybean before oil extraction. Many processes such as autoclaving, roasting, microlizing and extrude are applied in full-fat soybean production. There are advantages and disadvantages to the transactions. Of these methods, extrusion is a continuous process, and it is a process developed to destroy important nutritional factors (anti-nutritive) in raw soybean, increasing the benefits of fat compared to other methods. Processed properly, full-fat soybean feed is a raw material with high value, rich in energy, protein, essential amino acid, linoleic acid, essential fatty acid, vitamin E and lecithin content. In terms of anti nutritive substance levels, these processing methods have different effects on the nutritional value of the product. In addition, the heat treatment applied during the extrusion increases the level of bypass protein for dairy cattle and livestock.

Beet Pulp-Dry

Palette Sugar Beet Pulp Beet pulp is obtained by diffusion at the end of the extraction of sugar from sugar beet. At the end of the extraction process, sulfur is removed and after the spinning process, Pulp is obtained. There is 1 in 3 increase in milk yield, ease of digestion, appetite, support for straw and 8% protein. Since there is molasses in the pulp that should be known, it prevents cardiovascular obstruction in animals. Beet pulp is an abundant and cheap feed source.

Fish Meal

Fish meal is a source of amino acids and vitamins with a very high protein content produced from fresh sea fish or raw fish waste. The raw material used in the production of fish meal is steam dried and passed through the mill, and after it is removed, it is used in the feed industry.

Meat-Bone Meal

The bodies of the slaughtered or dead animals are pressed as they are, or after some parts have been removed, cooked by certain methods. It is obtained by grinding after removing the oils. The raw material of this product does not contain hair, horn, nail and skin residues, stomach contents and fertilizers. The color of the meat-bone flour obtained with appropriate technology is between golden yellow and brown, and its smell is in the smell of cooked meat.

Chicken flour

This product is a by-product of poultry slaughter houses, which includes unused internal organs and other inedible parts of poultry carcasses, excluding feathers. The calcium level in it should not be higher than the true phosphorus level 2.2 times. The main difference between the products obtained in different enterprises is due to the applied processing method. For example, chicken flour from a post processing enterprise also has bones separated from the carcass. On the other hand, in enterprises that send the slaughtered chickens for sale as whole carcass, the first product usually contains a higher rate of ash than the other, since the bones in question will not be present.

Corn Gluten Flour

Corn gluten flour is a product obtained after wet processing of corn, it is an extremely delicious feed raw material containing high levels of bypass protein for ruminant animals. For this reason, corn gluten is used very well in rations and beef rations of high yielding dairy cattle. Amino acids such as corn gluten, methionine and cystine provide high energy and protein, so that poultry ratio