The better the animal feed, the better the food on the table.
Animal feed processing: finding the balance between feed quality and feed costs
Animal feed processing
The animal feed should be perfectly adapted to the specific type of livestock and their stage in live. This challenges the nutritionist to formulate recipes that make sure the final feed compound contains all the right nutrients in the desired quantities to allow it to be an easy digestible feed with an optimal feed conversion rate.
Feed millers are challenged to optimally process a large number of ingredients and ensure the desired feed quality while keeping capacity high and animal feed costs low.
We can help you to find that balance between feed quality and feed costs. With the input of your requirements and our engineering expertise and process know-how we are able to build your feed mill in a configuration that will give you a competitive edge.
Example feed mill process
Intake and cleaning
The cleaning of raw materials ensures a problem-free total process and a high-quality semi-finished or end product.
Dosing and Weighing
The perfect end product and the most economical production method are dependent on the right dosage. Precise harmonization of the components demands a high level of dosing and weighing accuracy.
Sieving may take place at the beginning of the process and after pelleting and crumbling:Sieving of raw materials is intended to separate sizes. Smaller sizes do not need to be grinded. By sieving the raw materials first the grinding process is optimized and energy can be saved.By sieving pellets and crumbles fines are sorted out, improving the quality of the end product. The fines itself are returned into the process preventing waste of raw materials.
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