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Oat Groats

Oat Groats

TYPICAL ANALYSIS:

Moisture Max 12.0 %
Protein Min 12.0 %
Fat 6.0 % +/- 1.0 %
Total Dietary Fiber 10.0 % +/- 1.0 %
Ash 2.0 % +/- 0.5 %
Unhulled Oats Max 7 Oats/100g
Hulls Max 10 Hulls/100g
Brokens Max 5 % through US #10 Wire Mesh Screen
Enzyme Activity Negative
FFA Max 0.5 %

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DescriptionOat GroatsBarley, GrainsWheat GrainsType: Corn Glutinous: Non-Glutinous Style: Dried Cultivation Type: COMMON Color: Yellow Maturity: 100% Drying Process: AD Shelf Life: 24 Months MOISTURE: 14 % Max Colour: GOLDEN YELLOW Purity: 98% Product name: Yellow Corn Maize Grade 1Oats
ContentTYPICAL ANALYSIS:
Moisture Max 12.0 %
Protein Min 12.0 %
Fat 6.0 % +/- 1.0 %
Total Dietary Fiber 10.0 % +/- 1.0 %
Ash 2.0 % +/- 0.5 %
Unhulled Oats Max 7 Oats/100g
Hulls Max 10 Hulls/100g
Brokens Max 5 % through US #10 Wire Mesh Screen
Enzyme Activity Negative
FFA Max 0.5 %
Barley has about 95 percent of the energy of corn and is higher in fiber. Barley should be ground or rolled for maximum utilization by dairy cows. Barley can vary greatly in feed value depending on its source and growing conditions. Protein may vary from 7 to 13 percent. Lightweight or immature barley tends to be higher in fiber, less digestible and lower in energy than heavy weight barley. Barley is very palatable and safe to feed in large quantities. It may be included in the grain mix at high levels. TYPICAL ANALYSIS: Dry matter 89 % Crude Protein 11.6 % Fat 02.0 % Crude fiber 06.0 % Neutral Detergent Fiber 16.9 % Acid Detergent Fiber 06.2 % Calcium 0.07 % Phosphorus 0.36 % Total Digestible Nutrients 76.0 % Net energy—Lactation 78.3 Mcal/100 lbsIn general, wheat is higher in protein than corn or barley and about equal to corn in energy. Because several varieties of wheat are commonly grown, the protein content can vary from 9 to 15 percent and TDN from 74 to 82 percent. Wheat is a palatable grain and should be fed coarsely ground or crushed for best results. It should not be fed whole or ground finely. Finely ground wheat is powdery and unpalatable. Wheat should not make up more than 50 percent of the grain mix (a maximum of 33 percent is common) nor be fed at a rate greater than 12 pounds (5.5 kg) per cow per day reduce weight. Unseasonably rainy weather occasionally will cause wheat to sprout after it has been cut and is lying in the swath or even while still standing. Sprouted wheat is an acceptable feed, although it is somewhat damaged wheat. Rolled sprouted wheat should be prepared every two days to avoid spoilage. TYPICAL ANALYSIS:
Dry matter 89 %
Crude Protein 11.0 %
Fat 01.7 %
Crude fiber 02.5 %
Neutral Detergent Fiber 16.5 %
Acid Detergent Fiber 05.2 %
Calcium 0.05 %
Phosphorus 0.32 %
Total Digestible Nutrients 79.0 %
Net energy—Lactation 82.4 Mcal/100 lbs
Type: Corn Glutinous: Non-Glutinous Style: Dried Cultivation Type: COMMON Color: Yellow Maturity: 100% Drying Process: AD Shelf Life: 24 Months MOISTURE: 14 % Max Colour: GOLDEN YELLOW Purity: 98% Product name: Yellow Corn Maize Grade 1Oats normally have almost 90 percent of the energy value of barley and contain more fiber than barley of corn. They can vary considerably in protein, fiber and energy. Oats are a palatable feedstuff and may be safely included at high levels in the grain ration. They should be fed rolled or ground for maximum utilization. In grain mixtures where a high level of energy is required, such as for high-producing cows, oats should not be the major ingredient due to their lower energy value relative to corn and barley. In this case, they should make up no more than 33 percent of the grain mix. Calves can digest whole oats effectively because they chew their feed more thoroughly than cows. TYPICAL ANALYSIS:
Dry matter 89 %
Crude Protein 12.0 %
Fat 04.5 %
Crude fiber 12.0 %
Neutral Detergent Fiber 28.5 %
Acid Detergent Fiber 14.2 %
Calcium 0.07 %
Phosphorus 0.35 %
Total Digestible Nutrients 68.0 %
Net energy—Lactation 70.2 Mcal/100 lbs
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