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Corn is the primary feed source ingredient for livestock and poultry in the United States and around the world. It is the most widely produced grain in the United States and controls the markets of most other feed grains.
Barley is the principal feed ingredient in Canada, Europe and in the Northern United States. It contains less energy than corn but is high in starch.
Wheat is commonly used for both animal feed and human consumption. When dealing with animal feed wheat can be a great source of protein and energy and can be a good substitute to corn. When dealing with human consumption, wheat is best if the protein is high and it can be easily milled into flour.
Soybeans are classified as an oil seed and are commonly processed into soybean meal for animal feed. Soybean meal is one of the most important and widely used protein sources to livestock feed and is unmatched by any other feed ingredient.
Peas are used for both animal feed & human consumption. In animal feed it is used as a source of protein and starch. Peas can be used as a substitute for corn and soy products.
Mixed grain screenings have become valuable for many livestock feeders. Screenings consist of whole and damage kernels from the parent grain along with other volunteer grains. Protein and fiber contents are higher than expected compared to pure cereal grains.
Rye is a hardy cereal grain that has a feeding value of about 85%-90% to that of corn. It is best consumed when mixed with other grains to make up no more the 1/3 of the rations.
Oats are a cereal grain that is commonly found throughout North America. Compared to other grains they have a slightly lower energy value when being added to rations. However oats can be used as a good feed ingredient substitute when prices of other grains are high.
Alfalfa makes a great additive to any feed ration. It provides extensive benefits to all different species. It's a highly versatile feed ingredient that can be used to bring up the forage quality, or to decrease the volume of concentrates being fed.
Flax Meal, also referred to as Linseed Meal in the feed industry, is a by-product of the oil production from linseeds. The meal result provides a feed ingredient rich in fatty acids that is more commonly used in rations for horse and cattle and less often for poultry because of its poor amino acid profile.
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