||High energy and starch. Highly fermentable. Encourages milk
proteins and fast growth. Although high inputs can cause acidosis.
||Very high energy. Encourages milk quality. Highly palatable.
Boosts energy in rations very economically.
||Economical Sugarbeet replacer. Full of digestible fibre acting
as a rumen buffer. Single source orange product most palatable.
||By-product from grain distillation process. Energy and protein
source with some digestible fibre. Unsuitable for sheep due to
high copper levels. Has low starch
||Distillery by-product. Very high energy. Pre-fermentation leaves
low starch level. Palatable but risky if fed to sheep because
||By-product from manufacturing maize starch. Reasonable energy
with good digestibility but quickly fermented. Moderate protein.
||Protected fat supplement that passes through the rumen and is
digested in the lower gut so reducing rumen pressure. The densest
of all energy products. Increases milk yield and fertility.
||Residual syrup mixed with condensed molasses from sugar refining
process. Very palatable, high in sugar energy, reduces dust and
a valuable source of minerals. Usually mixed with an absorbent
to aid flowability in cold weather.
||Protein and energy source. Higher levels of inclusion boost
butterfat. Storage length is limited due to high oil content.
||Also known as Maize Gluten 68. Rich in protein and energy. Protein
is very high in UDP. Excellent feed for high yielding dairy cows.
High inclusion can lead to fat discolouration in beef animal carcases
||Rape is part of the brassica family. High protein and good energy.
Soya replacement but not as digestible. Can be slightly unpalatable
and maximum use of 25% of total diet is recommended.
||High quality Soya protein that has been treated. Contains high
levels of DUP. Improves milk yield and milk proteins. Helps subsequent
fertility in dry cow diet, liveweight gains in all ruminant stock
and improves lamb birth weights when fed
in ewe diets.
(Braz & Hipro)
|Recognised as the best quality vegetable protein in the world.
High energy and protein which do vary depending on country of
origin. Ideal for all livestock. Hipro Soya does not have the
hulls de-blended therefore is lower in fibre and higher in protein
than other sources.
||By-product from dehulling of Soya beans. Good source of digestible
fibre with moderate protein and energy levels. Good replacement
for Sugarbeet or Citrus especially in spring at young grass.
||Highly digestible fibre, which maintains rumen condition. High
in FME (Rumen Fermentable Energy). High in sugars and encourages
cudding. Its high liquid absorbency makes it ideal as a silage
additive to retain feed value from effluent.
||High energy and moderate protein. High starch, low fibre and
low in vitamins. Increases milk proteins and stimulates growth.
Best fed rolled but can also be fed ground, whole (to sheep),
crimped, caustic treated or as a wholecrop silage. Improves pellet
quality in compounded feeds.