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Corn Dried Distillers’ Grains with Solubles (DDGS) is moderately coarse and friable, with a golden brown colour. All of the nutrients, vitamins, and growth factors are strengthened and synthesized during the fermentation process, making this a great choice to boost your livestock’s health and performance.

08.12.2020

FOB Aylmer

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Product Description

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Corn Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles(DDGS) is the feed product obtained after distillation of the ethyl alcohol from the yeast fermentation of corn. The coarse grain fraction of the whole stillage is separated by centrifugation and dried by methods employed in the grain distilling industry to the specifications listed below. The feed is rich in cereal and residual yeast proteins, energy, minerals, vitamins and growth factors. 

The product is moderately coarse, friable and a golden to brownish colour. Fermentation of the starch, which is about ⅔ of the weight of cereal grains, results in a threefold concentration of non-starches such as proteins, fats, mineral and vitamins in the residual mash. In addition to these nutrients, protein and growth factors are further synthesized by the growing yeast cells during the fermentative process.

Storage and handling

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DDGS are handled in a manner like other dry feed bulk commodities: namely stored in free-flowing overhead bins or some form of sheltered flat storage. The product flows easily or can be conveyed from bins and also handled by usual front-end loader technique. DDGS can be combined into a total mixed ration or top dressed and fed accordingly.

Use and application

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DDGS are an excellent protein and energy source for all ruminants and can readily comprise 20-30% of the total ration dry matter. In the rumen. Digestible Intake Proteins (DIP) are degraded by microbes while the Undegradable Intake Protein(UIP) remains intact and “by-passes”, becoming available for digestion and absorption in the lower tract. Protein in Corn DDGS is a natural protein and recognized as a feedstuff with one of the higher proportions of by-pass protein. DDGS are also an excellent source of energy and other essential nutrients. Like all feedstuffs, DDGS should be properly incorporated into a ration/complete feed or preferably a total mixed ration (TMR) for ruminants. Consult your nutritionist and/or veterinarian to insure the proper balance and levels of the required nutrients in the complete ration. 

Nutritional results

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Component
Dry Matter, %
Crude Protein, %
Crude Fat, %
Crude Fibre, %
ADF, %
NDF, %
Ash, %
TDN, %
DE, Mcal/lbs
NEl, Mcal/lbs
NEm
NEg
Sulfur, %
Phosphorus, %
Dry MatterAs FedMethod
10088.6NFTA 2.2.2.5
31.928.3AOAC 990.03
9.268.20AOAC 945.16
8.297.35AOCS Ba 6a-05
11.810.4ANKOM Tech. Method
32.228.5Ankom Technology / AOAC 2001.11
5.554.92AOAC 942.05
84.574.8Calculation
1.691.50Calculation
0.890.78Calculation
0.920.82Calculation
0.610.55Calculation
0.850.75AOAC 985.01
1.080.96AOAC 985.01

Product details

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Corn Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles(DDGS) is the feed product obtained after distillation of the ethyl alcohol from the yeast fermentation of corn. The coarse grain fraction of the whole stillage is separated by centrifugation and dried by methods employed in the grain distilling industry to the specifications listed below. The feed is rich in cereal and residual yeast proteins, energy, minerals, vitamins and growth factors. 

The product is moderately coarse, friable and a golden to brownish colour. Fermentation of the starch, which is about ⅔ of the weight of cereal grains, results in a threefold concentration of non-starches such as proteins, fats, mineral and vitamins in the residual mash. In addition to these nutrients, protein and growth factors are further synthesized by the growing yeast cells during the fermentative process.

DDGS are handled in a manner like other dry feed bulk commodities: namely stored in free-flowing overhead bins or some form of sheltered flat storage. The product flows easily or can be conveyed from bins and also handled by usual front-end loader technique. DDGS can be combined into a total mixed ration or top dressed and fed accordingly.

DDGS are an excellent protein and energy source for all ruminants and can readily comprise 20-30% of the total ration dry matter. In the rumen. Digestible Intake Proteins (DIP) are degraded by microbes while the Undegradable Intake Protein(UIP) remains intact and “by-passes”, becoming available for digestion and absorption in the lower tract. Protein in Corn DDGS is a natural protein and recognized as a feedstuff with one of the higher proportions of by-pass protein. DDGS are also an excellent source of energy and other essential nutrients. Like all feedstuffs, DDGS should be properly incorporated into a ration/complete feed or preferably a total mixed ration (TMR) for ruminants. Consult your nutritionist and/or veterinarian to insure the proper balance and levels of the required nutrients in the complete ration. 

Nutritional results

ComponentDry MatterAs FedMethod
Dry Matter, %10088.6NFTA 2.2.2.5
Crude Protein, %31.928.3AOAC 990.03
Crude Fat, %9.268.20AOAC 945.16
Crude Fibre, %8.297.35AOCS Ba 6a-05
ADF, %11.810.4ANKOM Tech. Method
NDF, %32.228.5Ankom Technology / AOAC 2001.11
Ash, %5.554.92AOAC 942.05
TDN, %84.574.8Calculation
DE, Mcal/lbs1.691.50Calculation
NEl, Mcal/lbs0.890.78Calculation
NEm0.920.82Calculation
NEg0.610.55Calculation
Sulfur, %0.850.75AOAC 985.01
Phosphorus, %1.080.96AOAC 985.01

Analytical methods

ComponentMethod
Dry Matter, %NFTA 2.2.2.5
Crude Protein, %AOAC 2001.11 or AOAC 990.03
Fat, %AOAC 945.16

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