Grain Based By-Products
Corn Gluten Feed Pellets
Corn Gluten Feed is produced as a by-product of the wet milling process of maize grain. It offers medium protein and high energy for ruminants. This palatable, low-starch product is high in rumen degradable protein, B vitamins, phosphorus and highly digestible fiber.
Distillers Dried Grains
Distillers grains are a cereal byproduct of the distillation process. There are two main sources of these grains. The traditional sources were from brewers. More recently, ethanol biofuel plants are a growing source. It is created in distilleries by drying mash, and is subsequently sold for a variety of purposes, usually as fodder for livestock.
Corn Gluten Meal
Corn gluten meal is a byproduct of the corn syrup production; it is edible and is most commonly used in animal and pet feed as an inexpensive protein source.
Oilseed Based By-Products
Soya Hull Pellets
Cottonseed meal is the by-product remaining after cotton is ginned and the seeds crushed and the oil extracted. The remaining meal is usually used for animal feed and in organic fertilizers.
Canola meal is palatable, with an excellent amino acid profile and low levels of glucosinolates. When used in dairy rations, it can increase milk production by one liter of milk, per cow, per day. Canola meal can be used in all stages of production for swine and poultry and is also commonly used in fish feed.
Animal Based By-Products
Fishmeal and Superpro
Meat and Bone Meal
Feather meal is a by-product of processing poultry; it is made from poultry feathers by partially grinding them under elevated heat and pressure, and then grinding and drying. Feather meal is used in formulated animal feed and in organic fertilizer.