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What is the Cattle Feed Pellet?

Cattle feed pellet is an all-in-one pellet structure feed made by means of feed pellet mill thru fantastic pressure. It is a variety of feed that is no longer solely for oxen, cows, cattle however additionally for sheep, and goat reared for their milk and meat. It carries protein, minerals and different vitamins which are beneficial for red meat and milk manufacturing and survival of the animals.

Raw Materials for Making Cattle Feed Pellets
Cattle feed pellets can be organized from oil cakes, agro-residues such as peanut seedling, grass, maize straw, wheat straw, grain, wheat bran etc., flour mill by-products, cereals, molasses, and so on.

Benefits of Manufacturing Cattle Feed Pellets
1. From a feed manufacturer’s perspective, the advantages of making feed pellets encompass diminished segregation of blended feedstuffs, expanded bulk density, decreased dustiness and increased managing characteristics.
2. For farmers making own cattle feed, will considerably store fee in contrast shopping for feed pellets from different manufacturers.

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