LINSEED MEAL

Posted by on Jan 8, 2014

Linseed meal is the byproduct of extracting the oil from flaxseed. It is used as a protein supplement and contains somewhat less TDN than soybean meal. A good source of selenium, it averages 1.0 ppm. Linseed meal is very palatable. It may be included in the grain mix at a level of up to 25 percent of feed to milking herds at a rate of up to 9 pounds (4kg) per head per day.

 

 

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TYPICAL ANALYSIS: (Solvent)

Dry matter 91 %

Crude Protein 34.0 %

Fat 01.5 %

Crude fiber 09.3 %

Neutral Detergent Fiber 22.7 %

Acid Detergent Fiber 17.3 %

Calcium 00.4 %

Phosphorus 00.9 %

Total Digestible Nutrients 70.0 %

Net energy—Lactation 71.8 Mcal/100 lbs

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