Ingredients

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 up to 50% of the conventional forage dry matter in the ration, but at this level the ration should contain no more than 50% grain on a dry matter basis.

Amino Max By-Pass Protein

AminoMax products are protein rich feeds made by a patented process that combines sugars and protein making a high quality, multiple Amino Acid bypass protein supplement.  AminoMax provides a consistent level of digestible lysine, methionine and other essential amino acids, which can increase milk protein, yield and quality.

AminoPlus By-Pass Protein

A natural all soybean based ingredient used to enhance the productivity of dairy cattle.  This bypass protein provides dairy producers a feed course that can help ensure superior performance and milk yield.

Barley

Barley is a palatable cereal grain primarily used in livestock diets to supply energy. It provides slightly more crude protein and fiber than corn. Although it contains less energy than corn, it can be used in a similar fashion. However, it should be milled before use in livestock diets. In addition, barley has a higher relative feed value to corn in ruminant diets than in swine and poultry because of its fiber content.

Canola Meal

Canola meal consists of the meal obtained from whole canola seeds after the removal of most of the oil by direct solvent or prepress solvent extraction process. An excellent source of vitamins and minerals and high in sulfur-containing amino acids, canola meal’s nutrient profile complements ingredients in a wide range of livestock rations.

Citrus Pulp

Citrus Pulp is the dried residue of peel, pulp and seeds of oranges, grapefruit and other citrus fruit. As with most feeds, citrus pulp is dried to a moisture content of approximately 10%.  Dried Citrus Pulp is second only to corn as a source of concentrated feed nutrients for dairy and beef cattle, and sheep. It is a good source of calcium, but very low in phosphorus and carotene.

Corn

Corn grain is a major cereal grain used to supply energy in livestock diets. Considered the “gold” stan­dard for cereal grains, corn grain offers a palatable energy source that is low in fiber. It contains no major anti-nutritional factors and can be fed with minimal processing. Ruminants efficiently consume whole, lightly cracked, rolled, or steam-flaked corn, while both swine and poultry consume corn that is rolled to a ground size of 600-900.

Corn Gluten Feed

A co-product of the corn wet milling process, corn gluten feed is a medium-protein, medium-energy feed ingredient. In beef cattle, studies indicate that corn gluten feed contains 87% of the feed value of dry corn. Low in fat and starch but high in digestible fiber, it serves as a valuable ingredient in dairy rations and provides an excellent source of fiber for mature dogs and equine. Containing 70% of the energy value of corn in swine diets, corn gluten feed works effectively in gestating sow diets. It’s also used successfully in pullet, broiler-breeder, and layer diets.

Corn Gluten Meal

Corn gluten meal, a co-product of the wet milling of corn, is a very palatable ingredient containing a high level of bypass protein (55%), so it performs well in high-producing dairy cattle diets. Providing high protein, energy, methionine, and cystine, corn gluten meal serves as an excellent protein source for both swine and poultry. In addition, its high level of xanthophylls makes it a valuable ingredient in pig­mented broiler and layer feeding programs. Rich in highly digestible amino acids and containing no anti-nutritional factors, corn gluten meal also works as a replacement for fishmeal in aquaculture diets.

Cottonseed Meal

Cottonseed meal is obtained by finely grinding the flakes that remain after removal of most of the oil from cottonseed by the solvent extraction process. An excellent protein source for beef and dairy diets, cottonseed meal complements a variety of plant and animal proteins. Cottonseed meal also contains 40% bypass protein, which is valued in dairy lactation diets.

Dried Distiller Grains

DDGS, a co-product of the dry milling of corn, is a medium-protein and high-energy ingredient consist­ing of a grain fraction and whole stillage from the yeast fermentation of grain to ethanol. It contains numerous nutritional qualities, valuable for a variety of animal species. For ruminants, this palatable, low-starch product offers a high level of bypass protein, B vitamins, phosphorus, and highly digestible fiber. Its unique characteristics also perform well in swine and poultry diets.

Linseed Meal

Linseed meal is a product obtained by grinding the flakes that remain after removal of most of the oil from flaxseed by the solvent extraction process. One of the oldest feed ingredients, linseed meal comple­ments several ingredients in beef and dairy diets. Valued for its ability to produce sheen in the coats of cattle that consume it, linseed meal also contains mucilage compounds that positively affect rumen fermentation.

Oats

Oats normally have almost 90 percent of the energy value of barley and contain more fiber than barley of corn. They can vary considerably in protein, fiber and energy.  Oats are a palatable feedstuff and may be safely included at high levels in the grain ration.

Red Dog Flour

Wheat red dog is created from the commercial mill­ing of wheat into flour. Consisting of the offal from the “tail of the mill” and fine particles of wheat bran, wheat germ, and wheat flour, red dog must not con­tain more than 4% crude fiber. Efficiently utilized by ruminants for its protein and energy, it typically replaces a portion of the grain and protein in diets. Wheat red dog also works effectively in swine and poultry diets, particularly pelleted diets where it improves pellet quality.

Sorghum

Sorghum (milo) is a cereal grain primarily used in livestock diets to supply energy. Containing slightly more crude protein and similar energy to that of corn, sorghum is often used in a similar fashion as corn. The nutrient content of sorghum varies by region, variety, and growing conditions. Sorghum should be processed before use in livestock diets.

Soy Hulls

Soy hulls consist primarily of the outer covering of the soybean and provide a highly palatable source of fiber, minerals, energy, and protein. The low lignin content makes them highly digestible to livestock. Readily fermented in the rumen, soy hulls supply both energy and protein. In addition, the highly digestible and palatable ingredients can be used as a fiber or energy source in swine diets. Soy hulls also provide companion animals an effective fiber source.

Soy Plus By-Pass Protein

Soy Plus is a heat processed all natural soybean meal for livestock rations designed to increase your cows’ milk production.  By delivering 60% rumen bypass, Soy Plus has become known as the gold standard of dairy feed ingredients because of its outstanding consistency and palatability.

Soybean Meal

Soybean meal is obtained by grinding the flakes remaining after removing most of the oil from soy­beans by the solvent extraction process. Widely avail­able, actively traded, highly palatable, and rich in essential amino acids, solvent extracted soybean meal represents the “gold standard” for vegetable protein ingredients. Highly digestible for swine and poultry, the amino acids in soybean meal   complement other ingredients to create a balanced diet. Because it’s an excellent source of rumen degradable protein, soybean meal allows microbes to produce maximum levels of high-quality microbial   protein. A good source of amino acids, soybean meal also functions as a widely accepted alternative to fishmeal in aquaculture diets.

Wheat Midds

Wheat middlings are created from the commercial milling of wheat into flour. They consist of fine par­ticles of wheat bran, wheat shorts, wheat germ, wheat flour, and some of the offal from the “tail of the mill.” Utilized by ruminants for their protein, energy, and highly digestible NDF components, middlings often replace a portion of the grain and protein in diets. Widely used in swine diets, they improve pellet qual­ity. Wheat middlings also provide a source of energy, protein, and minerals in equine and poultry diets.

Whole Cotton Seed

On an as-fed basis, whole delinted cottonseed con­tains approximately 18% ether extract and 20% crude protein. Providing a unique combination of slow release energy, protein, and effective fiber, whole cot­tonseed helps prevent rumen upset. It also serves as an excellent ingredient for high-performance lactation rations in dairy cattle.

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