Sunflower Meal

Rapeseed Meal

Oil meal represents a by-product obtained during production of vegetable oils after pressing and extraction of oil seeds. It is rich feed stuff which comprises 30–43% of crude protein, amino acids, methionine, which favourably influences growth and development of young stock. It is a non-replaceable high-protein additive for production of formula feeds for poultry and cattle breeding. It contains vitamin Е and В, fiber, natural protein, potassium, phosphorus and other mineral substances.

General specifications of sunflower meal:

• Moisture – max 8-12%
• Crude protein (on dry matter) – between 37% and 41%
• Crude fiber – between18% and 32%
• Crude fat – between 0.5% and 4%
• General energy nutrient value – not less than 0,83 feed units.

By its energy nutrient value this product holds the grounds of sunflower meal and betters soy bean meal by content of phosphorus, calcium, copper and magnesium. Rapeseed meal contains riboflavin, folic acid, thiamin, natural antioxidants tocopherol (vitamin Е), and phenol compounds.

General specifications of rapeseed meal:

• Moisture – max 8-12%
• Crude protein (on dry matter) – min 37%
• Crude fiber – max 16%
• Crude fat – max 3%
• General energy nutrient value – not less than 1,06 feed units.

Sunflower seed expeller/cake

Rapeseed cake/expeller

Sugar beet pulp pellets

Sunflower seed cake is a core remnant of sunflower seed after pressing the oil from it.
It is a valuable high protein adds for the mixed fodder production. Cake has high nutritious and energetic value, due to the 10% fats remaining in it.
Sunflower seed cake is a source of high-quality protein and can be used freely in balanced diets for poultry and pigs.

• Moisture - 5% to 10%
• Ash content, - 6.26%
• Crude protein, based on dry matter, - 36% or (26-30-low protein)
• Crude fat - 8.5% to 10%
Rapeseed Expeller is a by pass product of rapeseed oil crushing process.
The rapeseed expeller contains about 7-10% fat after pressing and is used primarily as a raw material for mixed feed in the animal feed industry.

• Moisture – between 4% and 10%
• Crude protein (on dry matter) – between 34% and 39%
• Crude fiber – between 13% and 16%
• Crude fat – between 7% and 10%

Sugar 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.
The ability to easily transport and store pellets allows for a consistent feeding program throughout the year.
It is high in fibre and unique in that its fibre is extremely digestible. Sugar beet pulp is used almost entirely for animal feed (cattle feeders, dairies, and lamb feeding operations) mixed with molasses in loose or pellet form.
Nutritionally, beet pulp pellets have the roughage properties of chopped hay and the high-energy characteristics of corn.

• Moisture: not more than 14,0%
• Sucrose: not more than 10%
• Crude protein in conversion for dry matter: not less than 7,0%
• Diameter of granules: 8mm-10mm-12mm