- Distiller’s Dried Grains (Wheat): Wheat distiller’s grains (DDG-W) are the
primary co product of dry mill ethanol plants that utilize
wheat as a production feedstock. Wheat DDGS is higher in
fibre and protein than corn DDG. The starch is being removed
in order to produce the ethanol, so as a result of that,
there is a concentration of fibre, protein and fat, the
same micronutrients found in wheat distillers grains are
found in corn distillers grains, nutrient levels vary between
the two products.
- Distiller’s Dried Grains (Corn): Corn
distiller’s dried grains (DDG-C) is the product
obtained after the removal of ethyl alcohol by distillation
from yeast fermentation of a grain or a grain mixture
by condensing and drying at least three-fourths of the
solids of the resultant whole stillage by methods employed
in the grain distilling industry. DDGS is produced by
blending corn distiller’s liquid soluble on the
wet corn distiller’s grains before being dried.
Ruminants, especially dairy, provide the greatest value
because of the nutrient contribution and the bypass protein
of DDGS. When properly stored the quality of DDGS will
be maintained, as well as any other protein or grain ingredients
used in diet formulations. Properly processed and stored
DDGS does not require the use of antioxidants or mould
- Maize Meal: Contain a well balanced
amount of nutrients like high quality maize oil and protein.
Thanks to a substantial starch level, these pellets can
be easily processed into healthy feed for cattle, poultry
- Sorghum Meal: Feed value of grain sorghum
is similar to corn. The grain has more protein and fat
than corn, but is lower in vitamin A. When compared with
corn on a per pound basis, grain sorghum feeding value
ranges from 90% to nearly equal to corn. The grain is
highly palatable to livestock, and intake seldom limits
- Soy Meal: Soybean protein has been
shown to be of high quality when evaluated in complete
and balanced diets fed to dogs and cats. It is inadequate
in sulfur-containing amino acids, so other protein sources
or supplemental amino acids must be added to meals containing
soybean products to achieve proper amino acid balance.
Many health benefits have been attributed to soy consumption
by both humans and animals. Available in both Standard
and Hipro varieties.
- Rapeseed / Canola Meal: Rapeseed /
Canola meal is one of the most widely used protein sources
in animal feeds. It has an excellent amino acid profile
and it's rich in vitamins and essential minerals. It is
palatable and non-toxic. A process has been patented to
create a 90 per cent protein isolate that has excellent
nutritional and functional characteristics for human consumption.
This meal is also a high-quality organic fertilizer. A
high protein, good energy feed used to partially replace
soya bean meal. Available in both "O" and "OO"
ANIMAL BASED PROTEINS
All our animal based proteins are provided from plants
that are ISO certified and HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical
Control Point) approved.
- Meat and Bone Meal (MBM): This rendered
product is from the beef tissues of fat cattle slaughters.
It is exclusive of any added hair, manure, stomach and
rumen contents, except in such amounts where it may occur
unavoidably in good manufacturing practices. The product
is finely ground, medium brown in color and has a fresh
meaty odour with a shelf life of 1 year when kept dry.
- Feather Meal: Hydrolyzing clean, un-decomposed
feathers from slaughtered poultry produces hydrolyzed
poultry feathers or feather meal. It is not very palatable
and should be introduced into the ration gradually.
- Poultry Meal: Poultry by-product meal
is the protein product after the fat and moisture have
been extracted from poultry raw material in the normal
rendering process. This meal is light brown in color.
This product is used as a protein source for animal feed.
- Blood Meal: Whole blood from
slaughterhouses containing 16 to 18% total protein solids
is processed and dried to recover protein as blood meal.
Blood meal has high lysine content and exhibits rumen
bypass properties. Blood meal, Flash Dried is produced
from clean, fresh animal blood, exclusive of all extraneous
materials. A large portion of the moisture (water) is
usually removed by a mechanical dewatering process or
by condensing by cooking to a semi-solid state.
- Protein Meal: This rendered product
is non-ruminant meat and bone meal tissues of fat. It
is exclusive of any added hair, manure, stomach and rumen
contents, except in such amounts where it may occur unavoidably
in good manufacturing practices. The product is 100% ruminant
free and is finely ground, medium brown in color and has
a fresh meaty odour. Physical appearance is fine ground
powder with medium dark brown color with a shelf life
of 1 year when kept dry.
- Tallow: Inedible raw materials are
rendered into 3 different products: Protein Meals, Fats
and water. Fats are categorized based on the material
it is made from; for example poultry fat is made from
inedible material from chickens and turkeys. Fats can
further be divided based on the characteristics of the
- Bleachable Fancy Tallow
- Special Tallow
- Yellow Grease
- Poultry Fat]
- Chicken Fat
- Choice White Grease