BLOOD MEAL, WHOLE

Posted by on Jan 8, 2014

Whole blood meal is produced by spray drying at low temperatures, the fresh whole blood from animal processing plants. The fresh blood is collected in on-site cooling tanks that utilize agitation to prevent coagulation of the fresh blood. Once delivered to the drying plants the whole blood is centrifuged to remove foreign material and then circulated through a disintegrator to rid all remaining foreign particles prior to spray drying.

 

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STORAGE & HANDLING:

Whole blood meal is available in bags or as bulk material. Whole blood meal is packaged in 50 pound poly-lined paper bags.

 

TYPICAL ANALYSIS:

Crude protein 80 %

Crude fat 1 %

Crude fiber 1 %

Ruminant digestible protein 63.1 %

 

TYPICAL AMINO ACID PROFILE:

Methionine 1.0 %

Crystine 1.4 %

Lysine 6.9 %

Tryptophane 1.0 %

Isoleucine 0.8 %

Histidine 3.05 %

Valine 5.2 %

Leucine 10.3 %

Arginine 2.35 %

Glycine 4.4 %

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