Plant based (origin) Animal Feed
Animal Feed Corn/Maize Bran
Corn/Maize bran is a by-product of various corn/maize processing industries, including starch and ethanol production, and the production of maize-based foods. While corn/maize bran theoretically consists of the bran coating removed in the early stages of processing, the corn/maize bran sold for livestock feeding is usually a mixture of the bran fraction and other by-products and is, therefore, a very loosely defined product of highly variable composition. In the case of ethanol production, corn/maize bran is defined as the mixture of the bran fraction and distillers solubles.
In the starch extraction process, corn/maize bran is usually mixed with steep liquor to produce corn gluten feed. In the production of maize grits by the dry milling process, corn/maize bran is mixed with broken kernels, germ residue after oil extraction, and inseparable fractions of germ, pericarp and endosperm to produce hominy feed.
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Amino Acid Profile
Corn/Maize Bran can be delivered as bulk cargo or in 50-kg bags.
Technical Data Sheet
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Corn/Maize Bran Animal Feed
Protein and energy source for animal feed industry
Corn/Maize Bran in Livestock
animal feed ingredient
Corn/Maize Bran producer/manufacturer
Corn/Maize Bran for poultry/cattle
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