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Feeding more animals for the growing global meat, fish, milk and egg demand while saving the planet‘s resources and environment is the key challenge: for the feed industry, for farmers, and for us. We are here to take on this challenge with enthusiasm to provide to our valued customers excellent products for a sustainable future. Helping you feed the animals, means helping you feed a growing world; a population that’s expected to expand by nearly 30 percent by 2050. It also means helping you adapt to complex market forces as regulations change the way you operate, forcing you to find new ways to maximize feed conversion and improve animal performance. Our purpose is to help you succeed, so you can do your job more affordably, more efficiently and more sustainably. That means collaborating with you, finding answers to your challenges and earning your trust – to ensure better nutrition for better lives. Whether it’s complete feed, premixes, base mixes, concentrates or additives, our global brands offer products and services that deliver the right solutions for the animals ( Beef, Swine, Aquaculture, Dairy, Poultry you raise and Additives). We originate feed grains to be shipped around the globe. Our role in the feed industries value chains allows us to market grain to end users and manufacturers worldwide. We are a trusted market leader in the animal feed, beef, swine, aquaculture, dairy and poultry and industries. Raising healthy livestock and poultry is important now than ever before. We deliver products that help our customers achieve optimal nutrition, feed quality, gut health and pathogen control in the feed for their livestock. With our team of dedicated partners, we have created a solid foundation in the animal feed market.
Beet pulp is the pulp that remains after sugar has been removed from the sugar beet. It is a high calorie, low protein, low sugar fiber source for horses, cattle, sheep, and goats.
Canola seeds are processed, removing most of the oil, producing a high-quality animal feed. Canola meal supports dairy cattle all throughout the production cycle. Our supreme canola meal is sourced from our suppliers around the world.
Cottonseed meal is obtained from residual ginned cotton seeds. The seeds are crushed, the oil released and the residue is the meal. The meal is used for animal feed only fed to adult ruminants because it contains gossypol. Cottonseed meal is also used as a fertilizer as it feeds nitrogen, potash, and phosphorus over a period of time, eliminating runoff and promoting vigorous growth of vegetables and landscape plants.
Corn Gluten Meal is a by-product from the manufacture of corn starch and corn syrup. It is very high in protein as a supplement in feed for livestock, poultry, and pets, and fish. Corn Gluten Meal is a source of high gross energy and digestibility. It is rich in yellow xanthophyll useful for pigmentation in poultry.
DDGS is a by-product of the ethanol production press and it has a high nutrient feed value suitable for the livestock industry. When ethanol plants produce ethanol, they use starch from grains like corn, rice, millet and wheat. After the starch extraction, the by product contains protein, fiber, oil, and amino acids suitable for the cattle, poultry and swine diets. Our suppliers come from the United States, Canada, Germany, Belgium, Hungary, Austria and India.
An excellent source of protein and roughage, fiber and calories for all classes of smaller livestock. We deal with premium alfalfa products and understand the value of traditional dehydration methods over sun cured methods. The dehydration method preserves the color, aroma, and nutrients if the alfalfa product. It reduces protein solubility of alfalfa plants leading to increased feed consumption.
Soybean meal is classified by its crude protein content. There are two main types of soybean meal, the “high-protein” soybean meal with 47-49% protein and 3% crude fiber, obtained from de-hulled seeds. And the “conventional” soybean meal, with 43-44% protein, that contain the hulls. In solvent extracted soybean meals, the oil content is typically lower than 2% while it exceeds 3% in mechanically extracted meals.
We only trade in the best quality hay. Timothy Hay-An exceptional grass hay and roughage and fiber source, with relatively low protein and high fiber content. Timothy hay is widely used in the race horse industry as their premium feed. Alfalfa Hay- An excellent source of quality protein and fiver. Alfalfa is a legume hay and higher in protein and minerals than grass hays. It has the most feed value and is used for horses, dairy cows, beef cattle, sheep, chickens, turkeys and other farm animals.
Soybean meal is the premier vegetable protein choice for livestock, poultry and aquaculture production. The world’s top producers of soy are the United States, Brazil, Argentina, China, and India. Soybean meal is classified by its crude protein content. There are two main types of soybean meal, the “high-protein” soybean meal with 47-49% protein and 3% crude fiber, obtained from de-hulled seeds. And the “conventional” soybean meal, with 43-44% protein, that contain the hulls. In solvent extracted soybean meals, the oil content is typically lower than 2% while it exceeds 3% in mechanically extracted meals.