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In the oil extraction factory, after extracting oil from the corn germ by pressing it (press), corn germ flour remains. Depending on the type of corn used and the method of oil extraction (pressing or solvent extraction), the amount of fat left in the corn sprouts will be different. This product has a prominent position in the livestock and poultry feed industries due to having suitable amounts of protein (19% to 22%), starch (20%), fat (10 to 14%) and fiber. Sprout protein has high amounts of essential amino acids such as lysine, leucine and arginine
use in livestock and poultry feed
  • in powder form
  • Light to brown color
  • proper humidity percentage
  • Desirable amount of protein
  • Easy to pelletize
  • Increasing the energy density of the ration
  • High protein absorption ability
  • Improve palatability of food ration
  • A suitable substitute for oil in the diet
  • Rapid weight gain of broilers
  • Provides better growth and weight gain for livestock
  • High Metabolizable Apparent Energy (AME) content
  • Suitable for organic meat and egg production
  • Increasing the speed of material passing through the rumen in cattle and sheep
  • Increasing production coefficient and milk protein content in dairy cows
  • The effect of fiber in corn germ meal on increasing the absorption coefficient of other nutrients
  • The best substitute for soybean meal and sodium caseinate in animal and poultry feed rations
Maintenance Conditions
  • Keep in a dry and cool environment, clean and away from direct sunlight.
Product durability
  • The recommended usage period is 2 months after production.

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Technical Specifications
Corn germ meal
appearance state yellow parts
minimum crude fiber percentage %10
minimum crude protein percentage %10
Maximum humidity percentage %6
minimum crude fat percentage %10
Maximum percentage of total ash %2

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