Celiplus has a similar feeding value to Brewers Grains in terms of the high level of digestible fibre. However, one major difference is that since it is not a plant extract, the fibre content of Celiplus is virtually 100% digestible cell walls with no 'woody' components such as lignin elements. The superb quality of the fibre content in Celiplus is reflected in the D-Value (88%) which is higher than either barley or sugar beet pulp!

Celiplus is a co-product from citric acid production. The process involves the fermentation of molasses using an inoculum of the yeast Aspergillus niger to produce citric acid. Once purified the citric acid is used in the human food industry as a preservative and flavouring (sharpening) agent. Following extraction of the citric acid, the remaining fermented molasses and spent yeast comprises Celiplus, which is used as a unique animal feed.

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Typical Analysis

Dry Matter 20
Crude Protein 15
ME 11 - 12.3
Fibre 35%
Oil (EE) 2.7
Ash 1.8
NDF 65%
Starch -
Sugar -
Starch & Sugars < 10%
FME 11.6
Salt -
Calcium 0.3
Total Phos 0.1
pH 3.1
Magnesium 0.1
Potassium 2.2
Copper 3 mg

Analysis Glossary

Storage / Processing

Like all moist feeds Celiplus is perishable and therefore requires ensiling for long term stability. To achieve maximum shelf-life, do not allow to come into contact with other other feeds.

Celiplus should be ensiled for long term storage.

Material to have been stored in compliance with DEFRA code of practice for the control of salmonella.


Feeding rates are estimates, and other factors, such as animal health and environment, can have a greater impact on how animals perform. There is no guarantee that animals will perform as expected if fed the suggested rates. Rations should be balanced to provide enough energy and protein for animals, and they should include enough forage to keep the rumen healthy. Animals also need access to fresh water at all times.