DDGS (Dried Distillers Grains Solubles) is a by-product of the ethanol production process and has high nutrient feed valued, suitable for the livestock industry. When ethanol plants produce ethanol, they use starch only from input grains like rice, corn, millets or wheat. After starch extraction, the byproduct contains – protein, fibre, oil and essential amino acids suitable for livestock feed called Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles.
DDGS one of the most popular feed ingredients for use in animal feeds around the world due to:
- The high energy, mid-protein, and high digestible phosphorus content of DDGS make it a very attractive, partial replacement for some of the more expensive feed sources of:
When DDGS is added to properly formulated feeds, it results in:
- Traditional energy (Corn)
- Protein (Soybean Meal)
- Phosphorus (mono- or dicalcium phosphate) used in animal feeds.
- Excellent animal health
- Food product quality.
- Lower ration cost.