Liquid molasses blends MilcMelpro® are homogenized feeds which represent a source of quick-soluble sugars and proteins for the rumen micro flora of a high utility dairy cow or meat beef cattle. It is intended as a substitute of cereals, rapeseed or soya meal in TMR.
Feeding molasses blends MilcMelpro®:
Based on the specific needs and requirements of your herd it will be our pleasure to prepare an offer.
Molasses is highly viscous, dark sugar syrup which is a side product of the production of sugar from cane sugar and sugar beet. Molasses contains, besides sugar, organic acids, betaine, vitamins and inorganic salts. Molasses, as a natural product, is subject to different factors influencing its quality:
Globally, every year, 10 million tons of beet molasses are produced (Europe, North America), and about 65 million tons of molasses from sugar cane (South America, Asia, Africa, Australia).
Viscosity is highly dependent on the temperature and differs from product to product. The visual appearance of the goods can be ranging from brown to deep black. Principally, there is a rule that the quality of the goods may change every year.
From the further processing of molasses, its derivates originate. The derivates are on the outside similar to molasses, such as colour, consistence and viscosity. However, the difference exists in the composition, hence also in usability.
Propylene glycol or propane-1,2-diol is a viscous, colorless liquid which is nearly odorless but possesses a faintly sweet taste. Propylene glycol can be converted from glycerol, a byproduct from the production of biodiesel.
Hi-yield cows coming up to calving often require quickly available energy.Propylen glycol can be used to increase the energy density in the feed.
Due to its particular effect with regard to preventing ketosis and stabilizing metabolism, propylene glycol is widely used.Other after-effects such as milk fever, placenta problems, displaced abomasum and mastitis occur less frequently as a result.
The word vinasse comes from the Latin word vinacaeus and originally meant wine yeast. At the beginning of the 20th century, vinasses were in Europe the common term for condensed, refermented molasses from sugar beet. Vinasses are, likewise molasses, honey-like, dark brown syrup which originates as a side product from the fermentation process, in which molasses is used as raw material.
The quality of vinasses greatly differ depending on whether molasses from sugar cane, beet molasses, condensed juice or other sources of carbohydrates was used as the raw material in the process of fermentation and in addition, according to the technical nature of the individual production processes and amount of energy which is used for vaporisation of the process water from the fermentation process.
Vinasses are a side product of the fermentation industry producing alcohol, yeast, citric acid, and others. In the course of the fermentation processes, almost all residual sugar from the used raw materials is extracted. Proportionally, to this the portion of the original constituents of the used raw materials changes accordingly.
|Nitrogen N||1.9 thru 6.4 %|
|Rough protein||12 thru 33 %|
|Ash||4 thru 21 %|
45 thru 72 %
1 thru 11 %
According to the quality, the vinasses are used as feed, auxiliary preparation for pelleting, for reducing the dustiness and as organic fertilizer.
Raw feeding glycerine originates as a by-product in the esterification of vegetable oils into bio diesel. The quality of raw glycerine differs according to the production equipment, used raw materials and production process. The colour is influenced by the choice of the vegetable oil used in the production. Raw glycerine on the basis of rape seed oil is generally brighter than raw glycerine from soya oil.
The below listed constituents are considered to be the main ones which determine the quality of the feeding glycerine. Recently, there is a greater differentiation between GMO (Genetically modified organism) and non GMO by raw glycerine.
The quality of raw glycerine:
|Glycerine||about 80 thru 86 %|