Ingredients

ALFALFA PELLETS, DEHYDRATED

Posted by on Jan 11, 2014

ALFALFA PELLETS, DEHYDRATED

Alfalfa dehy is produced from standing alfalfa, which is mowed and chopped in the field, delivered to the dehydrating plant still containing a minimum of 60 percent moisture, artificially dried, ground and pelleted. Dehy can replace a portion of both the grain and the forage in rations for milking cows. It can replace up to 50 percent of the conventional forage dry matter in the ration, but at this level the ration should contain no more than 50 percent grain, on a dry matter basis. Research at the University of Nebraska has shown that the protein in dehy tends to be degraded in the rumen to...

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ALFALFA, SUNCURED

Posted by on Jan 10, 2014

ALFALFA, SUNCURED

When managed correctly, alfalfa is very palatable forage for dairy cattle and a good source of protein, vitamins, calcium and potassium. It also tends to be higher in energy than many other forages. Suncured alfalfa pellets are produced from alfalfa hay, which has been ground and pelleted. The meal is produced by regrinding the pellets. If the hay is chopped instead of ground, the product is called suncured chopped alfalfa or chopped alfalfa hay. In addition to the 13 percent crude protein product, a 15 percent crude protein product also is commonly available on the market. Suncured alfalfa...

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APPLE FIBER

Posted by on Jan 9, 2014

APPLE FIBER

Apple Fiber is an all-natural product made from the apple pomace generated  from the processing of apples. Apple fiber is a high quality source of soluble and insoluble dietary fiber. Apple pellets are made from compressed apple pomace.         View Spec Sheet Request More Info   TYPICAL ANALYSIS: Total Dietary Fiber 40 – 50% Soluble 10 – 15% Insoluble 30 – 35% Crude 15 – 19% Ash 2g Fat 2g Protein 5g Sugars 28g Carbohydrates, total...

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BARLEY FLOUR

Posted by on Jan 8, 2014

BARLEY FLOUR

Barley Flour is produced from barley after malting and removal of sugar and starch by hot water extraction. The extracted barley is dried by indirect steam, milled and sifted to obtain a flour which 100% passes a US 40 mesh screen and 90% is retained by a US 120 mesh screen.         Request More Info   TYPICAL ANALYSIS: Protein 18.5 % Crude Fat 06.8 % Total Dietary Fiber 65.0 % (AACC Method 32 – 05/ AOAC/ Prosky Method) Ash 04.6 % Moisture 07.0 %   PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Density (lbs/cu. Ft.) 32 Color Uniform Tan Aroma Mild roasted grain Flavor Bland...

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BARLEY, GRAIN

Posted by on Jan 8, 2014

BARLEY, GRAIN

Barley has about 95 percent of the energy of corn and is higher in fiber. Barley should be ground or rolled for maximum utilization by dairy cows. Barley can vary greatly in feed value depending on its source and growing conditions. Protein may vary from 7 to 13 percent. Lightweight or immature barley tends to be higher in fiber, less digestible and lower in energy than heavy weight barley. Barley is very palatable and safe to feed in large quantities. It may be included in the grain mix at high levels.     View Spec Sheet  Request More Info   TYPICAL ANALYSIS: Dry matter 89 %...

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BEET PULP, PELLETS

Posted by on Jan 8, 2014

BEET PULP, PELLETS

Beet Pulp is the vegetable matter, which remains after sugar is extracted from sliced sugar beets. This vegetable matter is then made into pellets to improve its nutritional value and handling characteristics. It is high in fiber and unique in that its fiber is extremely digestible       View Spec Sheet Request More Info   STORAGE & HANDLING: Beet Pulp Pellets are available in bulk or in 50 pound bags. Bulk pellets are delivered in hopper; dump or live bottom trailers with each truckload containing about 25 tons or in rail cars containing 85 to 95 tons. Sacked beet...

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