Sugar Beet Pulp is a consistent source of energy, fibre and protein, it can replace corn and corn silage. Sugar beet pulp provides high digestible fibre which allows cows to produce more milk per kg of feed.
In sugar beet pulp, nearly 90% of the fibre is digestive
Rapeseed meal is a high protein-containing material that can be used as a feed for livestock and poultry. Typical meal contains around 38% of protein; however it also contains about 12% crude fiber and glucosinolates, specific components ofCruciferae plants.
Corn Gluten Meal (CGM) is a protein-rich feed, containing about 65% crude protein (DM), used as a source of protein, energy and pigments for livestock species including fish. It is also valued in pet food for its high protein digestibility. The product is golden yellow in color; and fine granular & powder in its physical appearance. Due to its high protein content, CGM is mostly used as a source of protein as a potential alternative to other plant or animal-based proteins, such as Soybean Meal, Meat and Bone Meal and Fish Meal. CGM is also a source of energy, due to its high gross energy (23.1 MJ/kg DM) coupled with high energy digestibility (> 90% in ruminants and pigs). CGM is particularly rich in yellow xanthophyll (between 200 and 500 mg/kg DM) that are useful for pigmentation in poultry.