SOYBEAN HULLS

Proximate Data Moisture 9% Crude Fiber 3.5 max. Protein 53% min Total Dietary Fiber 15% Fat (pet. ether) 1% max Carbohydrates 30% Fat (acid hydrolysis) 3% max Calories (per 100 gm) 270 Energy (calories/100g) 270  

Microbiological Data Standard Plate Count- max.  50,000 gm Salmonella Negative E.Coli Negative

Nutrients (mg per 100g) Vitamin A (I.U.) trace Zinc 5.0 Vitamin C 0 Copper 1.5 Thiamine 0.60 Manganese 3.4 Niacin 2.60 Selenium 0.16 ppm Vitamin D trace Chromium 0.35 ppm Vitamin E trace Molybdenum 2.00 ppm Vitamin B6 0.50 Iodine 0.84 ppm Vitamin B12 trace Fluoride <1.0 ppm Folic Acid 0.30 Sulfites <10 ppm Biotin 0.07 Chloride 51.0 Vitamin K N/A Fatty Acids Sat

 

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Description

Soybean hulls are a by-product of soybean processing for oil and meal production. Soybean hulls have urease activity, which can be a problem in rations containing urea. Heat treatment destroys the urease activity. Soybean hulls which have been heat treated are referred to as soybean mill run.

Soybean mill run is a palatable feedstuff for cows and calves. It contains a high level of very digestible fiber. It has slightly more TDN than beet pulp and oats, 93 percent of the TDN value of barley, and 88 percent of the TDN value of corn.

Soybean mill run may be included in the grain mixture at a rate of up to 14 pounds (6.5 kg) per cow per day. Because of its bulky texture, caution should be taken when feeding over 12 pounds (5.5 Kg) per cow per day.

Typical Analysis Dry matter 91 % Crude Protein 10.0 % Fat 02.0 % Crude fiber 36.0 % Neutral Detergent Fiber 61.1 % Acid Detergent Fiber 45.5 % Calcium 0.45 % Phosphorus 0.16 % Total Digestible Nutrients 71.0 % Net energy—Lactation 73.8 Mcal/100 lbs

Caution:  Any recommendations given here should be considered as general only and may not apply in your specific situation.  All final recommendations should be made by a qualified person familiar with your particular circumstances.

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Description

Soybean meal is the product remaining after extracting most of the oil from whole soybeans. The oil may be removed by solvent extraction or by an expeller process in which the beans are heated and squeezed. The nutrient composition of the oil extracted soybean meal 48 is shown in the table below.

Soybean meal is high in protein and energy and is one of the most commonly used protein supplements in North America. It is a palatable feedstuff and may be used as the major protein supplement in rations for dairy cattle.

Typical Analysis (Solvent extracted soybean meal 48) Dry matter 89 % Crude Protein 48.0 % Fat 01.0 % Crude fiber 03.0 % Neutral Detergent Fiber 07.1 % Acid Detergent Fiber 05.3 % Calcium 00.2 % Phosphorus 0.65 % Total Digestible Nutrients 78.0 % Net energy—Lactation 81.1 Mcal/100 lbs

Caution:  Any recommendations given here should be considered as general only and may not apply in your specific situation.  All final recommendations should be made by a qualified person familiar with your particular circumstances.

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Description

Corn gluten meal is a by-product from the manufacture of corn starch and corn syrup. It is very high in protein supplement in feeds for livestock, poultry and pets. It contains slightly more TDN than corn. The protein in corn gluten is degraded relatively slowly in the rumen.
A variety of corn gluten meal with 41 percent protein is available in some areas. It is higher in crude fiber (5 percent) and lower in TDN (78 percent) than the variety with 60 percent protein.
Corn gluten meal usually is not included in mixtures at levels greater than 15 percent or fed at a rate greater than 15 percent or fed at a rate greater than 5 pounds (2 ¼ kg) per cow per day due to poor palatability above these levels.

Typical Analysis
Dry matter 90 % Crude Protein 60.0 % Fat 02.5 % Crude fiber 02.0 % Neutral Detergent Fiber 12.6 % Acid Detergent Fiber 06.2 % Calcium 04.5 % Phosphorus 00.5 % Total Digestible Nutrients 83.0 % Net energy—Lactation 84.1 Mcal/100 lbs

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 60.0% minimum Crude Fat 1.0% minimum Crude Fiber 3.0% maximum

Appearance
Color Golden Yellow
Texture Fine Granular
Typical Analysis
Xanthophyll 100 to 225 mg./lb.; varies seasonally Metabolize Energy 1,756 calories/lb. Methionine 1.6% Digestible Protein 98%

Advantages
-Permits the manufacture of higher nutrient density broiler, layer, and turkey feeds
-Xanthophyll and protein analysis certificate on each load
Corn Gluten Meal available as follows
Bulk or sacked, rail shipment or truck pick-up

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CORN GLUTEN FEED

Description
Corn gluten feed is a by-product from the manufacture of cornstarch and corn syrup. It is a medium protein feed, which contains almost the same Total Digestible Nutrients level as barley. The protein in corn gluten feed is degraded relatively rapidly in the rumen.
Corn gluten feed has medium palatability and may be included in the grain mixture up to a level of 50 percent or fed to cows at a rate of up to 12 pounds (5.4 kg) per cow per day.

Typical Analysis
Dry matter 90 % Crude Protein 18.0 % Fat 03.5 % Crude fiber 08.0 % Neutral Detergent Fiber 45.0 % Acid Detergent Fiber 13.0 % Calcium 00.3 % Phosphorus 1.00 % Total Digestible Nutrients 83.0 % Net energy—Lactation .87 Mcal

TDN: Beef 88.0%
TDN: Dairy 87.0%
Fat 3.5%
Ash 7.2%
Magnesium 0.5%
Potassium 1.5%
Sulfur 0.3%
Crude Fat 3.5%
Lysine 0.6%
Tryptophan 0.2%
Methionine 0.5%
Cystine 0.4%
Applications
Corn Gluten Feed is commonly used as a medium level protein and energy source. It may be used in ruminant feeds, pet foods, poultry (replacement chicks, layer and breeder), turkey and swine.

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