What Is The Significance Of Feed Pellets Made In Cattle Feed Plant?

04/02/2015 12:05

Cattles in dairy get their feed to produce the best quality milk in a greater quantity which force the dairy management to feed them the products with high calcium phosphorus, vitamins, protein and calories which essentially keep the cattle in a good health. They source efficient cattle feed plant from leading manufacturing company to prepare feed pellets for their cattle. Professionals understand that the feed given to cattle since ages is not sufficient for their requirement of healthy milk production in quantity. So the feed pallets come in to the light a long ago when dairy owners started to understand the cattle feed requirement.

Feed pallets are the natural feed mixed and forged as per the cattle requirements or to meet the desired level of profit. For a good feed pallet we need a few feedable raw materials like Maize, barley, wheat, rye, triticale, sorghum and oat. Also we require seeds of soy, flax and sunflower seed. Board beans, fled bean, protein pea, permitted forge flours, and lastly the dried beet pulp. Also one can use carob bean and molasses but not more than 3% of actual quantity.

A feed plant needs to crush the whole material inside a high quality hygienic grinder machine that converts the feed material into a good paste before mixing into each other until the total product gets mixed uniformly and equally for producing a high quality feed. The actual job for a pallet mill starts when the mixture comes into the mill to get pressed into a roller and die extruder. At this point of time the pallet has a moisture of around 16 to 17 percentile and are not ready to be store so the last process is to dry the pallet until it comes to 12 percent of a maximum level of moister in each pallet .

Feed pallets manufactured in cattle feed plant has their advantages like quality controlled and assured, nutrition balance, high energy and low dust product that can be given to cattle in a good time and it needs no mixing of any further feed for the cattle requirement.