Rapeseed meal

High quality vegetable protein from quality producer

Rapeseed meal is often included in the diets of several species of livestock because of its high protein content (35-44% of DM). Rapeseed meal is also a good source of energy for ruminants. For solvent-extracted rapeseed meal, the net energy values for lactation cited in feed tables range from 6.8 to 7.45 MJ/kg. Rapeseed meal can also be used in pig and poultry diets as part of their protein requirement.

Sunflower meal

Min. 39% (DM) HiPro-meal from a GMP+ and ISO9001
certified producer

Sunflower meal is the by-product of the extraction of oil from sunflower seeds. In terms of production, it is the 4th most important oil meal globally after soybean meal, rapeseed meal and cotton meal. Solvent extraction results in a lower fat content, while dehulling decreases the fibre content, yielding a meal richer in protein. One particularly interesting trait of sunflower meal is the absence of intrinsic antinutritional factors. Sunflower meal is typically used in cattle, layer, swine and salmon feeds.

Rapeseed oil

High quality crude rapeseed oil meeting FEDIOL standards

Rapeseed oil is the only land-based plant based oil that contains n-3 fatty acids in greater amounts in the form of α-linolenic acid. The n-3 fatty acids of fish oil are limited marine resources, and the explosion in world population has intensified this problem; thus, the supply of vegetable n-3 fatty acids is an important contribution to a worldwide healthy nutrition.

Rapeseed oil is rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids (60% C18:1 oleic acid, 21% C18:2 linoleic acid and 10% C18:3 linolenic acid), which makes it valuable for human and animal diets.

Sugarbeet Pulp Pellets

An excellent fiber source for cattle and sow feeds

Beet pulp is the fibrous portion of the sugar beet, left after the sugar and liquid has been removed. It is mechanically pressed, dried, and then pelletized into an 8mm diameter pellet. The fiber in beet pulp is highly digestible making it a good non-starch energy source for cattle, sows and horses. Sugar beet pulp can be either unmolassed (as is) or molassed (containing about 30% beet molasses)

Maize (Corn)

non-GMO – for use as grain and energy source in animal feeds

Maize is a major animal feed grain used as an energy source in nutrition. Other grains are compared to standardized feeding value of it. Maize is a high energy grain because it is high in starch and oil and low in fibre. It contains about 70% starch, 85-90% TDN, 4% oil and about 8-12% protein. Maize contains starch, which composed of about 25% amylase and 75% amylopectin. We offer only conventional maize (not genetically modified) of European origin.

AB Vista

Feed enzymes and yeast – distribution in Finland

Since 2004, AB Vista as part of AB Agri Ltd., UK, have grown to be a top-three player in feed enzymes. Furthermore, they are now one of the largest suppliers of yeast and natural betaine to the global animal nutrition industry.
They attribute their success to a strong focus on scientific integrity and open, collaborative relationships with their customers and research partners. AB Vista offer pioneering products and technical services to the animal feed industry.

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