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ANIMAL FEEDS

Animal feed is food given to domestic animals, especially livestock, in the course of animal husbandry. There are two basic types: fodder and forage. Used alone, the word feed more often refers to fodder.
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Rapeseed Meal

Rapeseed meal, called canola meal in North America, Australia and some other countries, is the by-product of the extraction of oil from rapeseed (Brassica napus L., Brassica rapa L. and Brassica juncea L., and their crosses). It is a protein-rich ingredient that is widely used to feed all classes of livestock.

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Soybean Meal

Soybean meal is the by-product of the extraction of soybean oil. Several processes exist, resulting in different products. Soybean meal is usually classified for marketing by its crude protein content. High-protein types are obtained from dehulled seeds and contain 47-49% protein and 3% crude fibre (as fed basis).

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Rice Bran DOC

De-oiled Rice Bran is a by-product obtained after crude oil gets extracted from rice bran (after the procedure of milling). It comprises the fibrous outer layer of the grain, some hull, chipped grain and calcium carbonate which is added during the milling process.

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GroudNut DOC

What is Ground Nut DOC or meal? Groundnut Doc or meal is nothing but a byproduct obtained when groundnut seeds are processed for oil. Although they are mostly used for poultry and aqua feeds, they can quite easily serve as a supplement for all sorts of livestock.

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Maize DOC

Maize is a tall, determinate annual C4 plant varying in height from <1 to >4 metres producing large, narrow, opposing leaves, borne alternately along the length of a solid stem.

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Cotton Seed DOC

Our Cotton DOC is used in animal feed manufacturing and widely adopted by all reputed feed mills as well. Using advanced technology we have de-toxicated Cotton Seed Meal to the best level. Our Cotton Seed DOC has highly replaced consumption of soya doc due to higher price.

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Sunflower DOC

Sunflower meal is the by-product of the extraction of oil from sunflower seeds. Sunflower meal contains an excellent level of methionine which provides potential advantages for mixing with other meals. DOCs are manufactured with the use of specialized technique, which keeps the nutritional content intact.

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Sal Seed DOC

Sal Seeds DOC is co-fired as a secondary fuel in a coal-burning powerplant and other. If the plant is using high-sulfur coal co-firing Sal Seeds Extraction could help reduce sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions. Co-firing with Sal Seeds Extraction decreases net carbon dioxide emissions from the power plant.

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Guar Meal

Guar meal is obtained after mechanical separation of endosperm from both germ and hull of guar seed. It is a mixture of germ and hull at an approximate ratio of 1:3 [3]. Guar meal contains 40-50% protein [4].

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Castor Meal

Castor meal (CM) is produced from the residue left after the extraction of oil from castor seeds. CM is toxic to animals because it contains a toxic protein ricin; however, it is not toxic to plants when used as an organic fertilizer, which is the most common use of this byproduct [17].

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Black Sesame Seed

Black sesame seeds are small, flat, oily seeds that grow in the fruit pods of the Sesamum indicum plant, which has been cultivated for thousands of years. Sesame seeds grow in a variety of colors, including shades of black, brown, tan, gray, gold, and white.

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B.Cattle Feed

Cattle raised on a primarily foraged diet are termed grass-fed or pasture-raised; for example meat or milk may be called grass-fed beef or pasture-raised dairy.

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Dry Distiller Soluble

Distiller's Dried Grains with Soluble (DDGS) is the dried residue remaining after the starch fraction of maize (Corn DDGS) is fermented with yeasts to produce ethanol. Following fermentation, the ethanol is removed by distillation and the remaining fermentation residues are dried.

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D.Food Grade

The Definition of “Food Grade” The term, “food grade,” refers to the materials used in equipment. To be defined as food grade, materials need to be non-toxic and safe for consumption. “Food grade is just a term.

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