GrainCorp Feeds has access to a wide range of exclusive, highly nutritional feeds as well as competitively priced commodity feeds. These feed options can be blended at rates required to meet specific herd and budget requirements.
Products available in the range include:
Palm Kernel Expeller (PKE) is a by-product of the palm oil extraction process from the fruit of the palm, offering a low cost source of dry matter.
DDGS is a meal containing high protein and energy levels. Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles is the dried residue remaining after grain starches have been fermented in the process of producing bio ethanol in combination with yeasts and enzymes. A course dark coloured free flowing granular powder with a pleasant fermented odour.
Canola Meal is a high protein dairy feed containing approximately 36.5% crude protein. Canola Meal is a by-product from the extraction of oil for human consumption and has a strong reputation of enhancing appetites in lactating cows.
Soybean Meal is a high protein, highly palatable feed. Soybean Meal is ideally suited for feeding in late spring or summer when the protein content in pasture generally decreases.
The Corn Pellet is manufactured using high quality corn, wheat pollard and binder, resulting in a concentrated source of very palatable and digestible starch and energy.
The Mixed Grain Pellet is a pellet containing premium quality wheat, oats, pea pollard, pea kibble with added calcium.
As the name suggests the Oat Hull Pellet is produced from oat hulls. The processing of oats for human consumption produces by-products such as oat hulls, broken groats and oat bran. Oat Hulls are the outside husk and groats are the internal germ of the oat which is one of the highest energy sources available. Oat Hull Pellets are lower in protein and energy and are ideal to help reduce cost and cost effectively increase dry matter intake.
Kibbled Maize is a locally grown, energy dense, high starch feed. Kibbled Maize is more digestible than whole grains and has a more stable release within the rumen than some other grain types.