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Soybean meal is one of the major protein sources for animal feed and is typically traded on the basis of protein content. It is palatable, nutrient dense, high in digestibility, and a relatively consistent source of protein. It has an excellent amino acid profile and is a concentrated source of protein and energy.
Sesame seed (Sesamum indicum) is one of the oldest oilseed crops known, domesticated well over 3000 years ago. Sesame seed meal contains approximately 40 % protein and it is rich in leucine, arginine and methionine. It is produced from the residues of sesame meal after removal of oil from sesame seed.
Flaxseed meal is recognized as valuable components in animal nutrition, it improves the health and productivity of the animals themselves, and also leads to healthier food products for humans. It is preferred for essential omega-3 fatty acid & alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), Protein and fibre for animals.
Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) is an oilseed cultivated worldwide for oil extraction. Sunflower meal is the fourth largest oilseed meal produced and consumed in the world. It is produced with the oil extraction of the seeds. It is very useful protein source for all the classes of ruminant livestock.
Cottonseed meal is the by-product of oil extraction from cotton seeds. As a protein-rich feed, cottonseed meal is a common source of protein for ruminants, notably in cotton-producing areas such as India, China and the USA, where it is used as a partial substitute for soybean meal. It is also used as fertilizer.
Rapeseed meal is the by-product of the extraction of oil from rapeseed. It is a protein-rich ingredient that is widely used to feed all classes of livestock, typical meal contains a little less than 40% of protein. Worldwide production of rapeseed meal is second only to soybean meal.
Cracked corn is exactly what it sounds like: corn kernels that have been dried and cracked into pieces that are easier for animals to eat than unbroken kernels. While cracked corn does not have a high oil percentage, it is rich in both protein and fiber and is an excellent supplemental food.
Soy hulls are a by-product of soybean processing and are an excellent supplemental feed for dairy cattle. They are utilised in the dairy industry as a partial replacement for forage and concentrate. The fibre in soy hulls is rapidly fermented and highly digestible.