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Date/Time:  9/14/20 0:53 GMT

Soybean, blood, bone, fishmeal, meat, buckwheat, meatbone, feather meal

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
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
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
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.

Whole blood meal is produced by spray
drying at low temperatures, the fresh
whole blood from animal processing
plants. The fresh blood is collected
in on-site cooling tanks that utilize
agitation to prevent coagulation of
the fresh blood. Once delivered to the
drying plants the whole blood is
centrifuged to remove foreign material
and then circulated through a
disintegrator to rid all remaining
foreign particles prior to spray
Typical Analysis
Crude protein 80 %
Crude fat 1 %
Crude fiber 1 %
Ruminant digestible protein 63.1 %
Typical Amino Acid Profile
Methionine 1.0 %
Crystine 1.4 %
Lysine 6.9 %
Tryptophane 1.0 %
Isoleucine 0.8 %
Histidine 3.05 %
Valine 5.2 %
Leucine 10.3 %
Arginine 2.35 %
Glycine 4.4 %
Storage and Handling
Whole blood meal is available in bags
or as bulk material. Whole blood meal
is packaged in 50 pound poly-lined
paper bags.

Product 3: BONE MEAL
Guaranteed Analysis
Phosphorous, min. 14 %
Calcium, min 23 %
Fluorine, max .05 %
Typical Trace Element Analysis
(measured in ppm)
Iron 400
Magnesium 120
Manganese 50
Molybenum 5
Copper 5
Aluminum 200
Vanadium 5
Sodium 300
Sulfates 2000
Potassium 20
Cobalt 0.5
Zinc 100
Lead 2.5
Mercury 25
Selenium .05
Arsenic 0.5
Cadmium 0.8
Chlorides 400
Bulk Density 40 – 50 lbs./cu.ft.
Moisture less than 2.0 %
Color white
Packaging: Multi-wall paper bags 50
lbs. net

Steamed Bone Meal is the most natural
form of calcium and phosphorus
available for animal health. This
dried and ground product is sterilized
by cooking with steam under pressure.
This material is produced exclusively
from bones.
Standard Packaging; Steamed Bone Meal
is packed in 50 lb. paper bags. 2,500
lbs. are on each pallet. Pallets are
to be exchanged. Steamed Bone Meal is
also available in one ton super sacks.
Guaranteed Analysis
Calcium 23% minimum
Phosphorus 13% minimum
Crude Protein 6% minimum
Moisture 7% maximum
Particle Size:100% will pass through a
40 mesh screen with 98% through a 100
mesh screen.

Hydrolyzed poultry feathers or feather
meal is produced by hydrolyzing clean,
undecomposed feathers from slaughtered
The most important factor affecting
the quality of hydrolyzed poultry
feathers is the extent of
hydrolyzation. If less than 75 percent
of the crude protein content is
digestible by the pepsin digestibility
method, then hydrolyzation was
incomplete and protein quality is
The protein in feather meal is
degraded slowly in the rumen compared
to most other protein sources. In
research at Purdue University, a
combination of feather meal and urea
produced average daily gains in
growing beef cattle similar to that
achieved with soybean meal.
There is very little experience with
feather meal in dairy cattle rations.
It is not very palatable and should be
introduced into the ration gradually.
It may be fed to milking cows at an
average rate of up to 1 ½ pounds (0.7
kg) per cow per day.
Typical Analysis
Dry matter 92 %
Crude Protein 85.0%
Fat 03.0 %
Crude fiber 03.0 %
Neutral Detergent Fiber --- %
Acid Detergent Fiber 16.2 %
Calcium 0.45 %
Phosphorus 0.31 %
Total Digestible Nutrients 63.0 %
Net energy—Lactation 64.0 Mcal/100

Low Ash Menhaden meal differs from
conventional commodity fishmeal by the
additional process developed to remove
a large amount of the bone. The
resulting meal has a significantly
reduced ash content, and a
corresponding increase in protein.
This meal is ideal in situations where
a lower mineral content is needed.
This process results in a meal with a
much smaller particle size.
Proximate Composition Micro and
Macro Minerals
Typical Guaranteed
Crude Protein 70.0 68 min
Calcium % 3.4
Fat 9.0
Phosphorus % 2.2
Moisture 9.7
Potassium % 1.0
Ash 13.0
Magnesium % 0.2
Digestibility (0.2%) 97.8
Sodium % 0.7
Digestibility (0.0002%) 91.1 90 min
Manganese- PPM 45.2
TVN 0.16 0.18 max
Iron- PPM 924.0
Boron- PPM 4.5
Amino Acids % of Sample
Copper-PPM 7.8
Zinc- PPM 94.8
Aspartic Acid 6.4
Chromium- PPM 4.0
Threonine 3.0
Selenium- PPM 2.0
Serine 2.7
Strontium- PPM 66.2
Glutamic Acid 9.2
Barium- PPM 14.3
Proline 3.5
Aluminum- PPM 774.4
Glycine 5.4
Alanine 4.6
Cystine 0.7
Vitamins- MG/LB- Literature Values
Valine 3.5
Methionine 2.3
Botin 0.1
Isoleucine 3.0
Choline 1360.0
Leucine 5.1
Folic Acid 0.1
Tyrosine 2.2
Niacin 25.0
Phenylalanine 2.8
Pantothenic Acid 4.0
Histidine 2.0
Vitamin B1- Thiamine 0.3
Lysine 5.6
Vitamin B2- Riboflavin 2.2
Arginine 4.4
Vitamin B6- Pyridoxine 2.7
Tryptophan 0.7
Vitamin B12 0.1
Taurine 0.6 a-
Tocopherol (IU/#) 9.5
Hydroxyproline 1.3

Minimum Order: 28 metric tons

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