Moist co-product feeds such as brewers’ grains, wet distillers and pressed beet pulp are well recognised and have more recently been joined by products such as orange peel and apple pulp.
In the Britishagricultural magazine Farmers Weekly the experiences
of Keenan, manufacturer of mixer wagons, were
As new bioethanol plants come on line, the quantity of
protein rich co-products will increase, offering an opportunity to reduce animal
feed costs against rising grain prices.
Three key elements
three key elements to ensure good returns from feeding moist co-products are as
The primary driver for profitable milk and meat
production is feed efficiency. This determines the quantity and value of
saleable output achieved from the total feed produced and delivered onto the
Quality feed will produce the best results and by building in the
flexibility in your feeding system to use the best feeds at the best value, the
potential gains are huge.
The full story can be found in Farmers Weekly