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The alternative for reducing the use of Soybeans and Corn in animal feed



1- Corn Protein Concentrate CPC 50%

Protein for the Next Generation of Animal Nutrition



Feeding the growing world population is becoming increasingly more complex. It is estimated that global consumption of livestock, poultry and fish will double by 2050. To meet these needs, producers will have to find more eficient, sustainable and cost-effective solutions to feed their animals.
Our solution is Corn Protein Concentrate CPC 50% protein ingredient,. It is a 50 percent protein dried distillers grain product from the dry-mill ethanol process, with an improved amino acid profile compared to other corn-based alternatives. It is highly digestible, and has excellent energy values, delivering key nutrients ideal for a variety of pet food, aquaculture, swine, poultry and dairy feed applications.

We have built our reputation on quality and reliability. When you evaluate protein ingredients, choose Corn Protein Concentrate CPC 50% for your feed formulation needs.


WHY CHOOSE Corn Protein Concentrate CPC 50%?

— Consistent product quality
— Offers great digestibility and amino acid pro_le
— Provides a good source of lysine and methionine
— Utilizes a patented process tested in operation for more than _ve years
— A cost-competitive alternative to other high-protein ingredients
— Proven to demonstrate value in more than a dozen feeding studies
— Excellent shelf life


Nutrional content


- Dry Matter 93%

- Crude Protein : 50.10 %

- Crude Fat: 3.11 %

- Crude Fiber: 5.50 %

- Ash: 4 %

- Phosphorus: 1.19 %

- NDF: 33 %

- ADF: 13 %

- Lysine: 2.01 %

- Methionine: 1.01 %

- TSSA: 1.88 %

- Threonine: 2 %

- Tryptophan: 0.43 %

- Phenylalanine: 2.57 %

- Valine: 2.87 %

- Leucine: 5.57 %

- Isoleucine: 2.19 %

- Hlstidine: 1.33 %

- Arginine: 2.30 %

- Mannan : 3.97%

- Adjusted Glucan: 5.56%

- Xanthophyll , mg/kg : 27.90

- B- Carotene, UI/ 100g: 13





2- US Corn Distilled Dried Grains with Solubles (DDGS)



Distillers’ dried grain with solubles (DDGS) is a byproduct of bioethanol fermentation, which uses the dry milling technology for starch-rich grains such as corn, wheat, and barley. The current interest in bioethanol is increasing due to the need for renewable liquid fuels specifically in the transportation sector. Since DDGS is rich in crude protein, fat, fiber, vitamins, and minerals, it is currently used as aquaculture, livestock, and poultry feeds. In recent years, DDGS has been used as feedstock in the production of value-added products via microbial fermentation. Numerous studies reported the production organic acids, methane, biohydrogen, and hydrolytic enzymes using DDGS. While DDGS contains remarkable amounts of macronutrients, pre-treatment of DDGS is required for release of the fermentable sugars. The pre-treatment methods such as chemical, physical, and biological origin are either solely used or combined to obtain maximal yields for different applications. Therefore, this review summarizes some of the most prominent pre-treatment processes generating high fermentable sugar yields for the productions of value-added products in the last 5 years. A special focus has been given to the effect of the variability of DDGS on the final product. Integration of hydrolytic enzyme production with the traditional bioethanol production facilities has been discussed for further improvement of bioethanol, methane, and biohydrogen using DDGS as fermentation feedstock.


Inclusion of DDGS in layer diets


Based on a constant nutrient content with normal and good digestibility DDGS from corn, wheat and other cereals will be a valuable raw material and cost effective as well – under nowadays’ high price and volatile raw material markets. Scientific trials with layer breeds have proven that corn DGGS could be used with up to 30% in layer feed formulation. The level of inclusion being possible in practical layer diets is closely related to the amino acid digestibility and phosphorus availability; especially this aspect needs consideration because available phosphorus has become a quite costly nutrient constraint in diet formulation for poultry – especially in all vegetable diets (tab. 7). The proper DDGS nutrient matrices will, to a very large extent, determine maximum inclusion rates. It should be mentioned that Phytase and NSP-Enzymes are high value feed additives in association with the use of all kinds and sources of DDGS in diets for layers and for poultry in general.


Recommended inclusion levels in practical diets for layers


Layer feed type %
Corn DDGS %
Pre-lay feed
Layer rations


Check list corn DDGS

- Protein: 27% Min
- Fat: 4% Min Moisture: 12.50%

- Max Ash: 7% Max

- Fiber: 10% Max
- Hunter: 48 Min

- Aflatoxin: 20 PPB Max

- Vomitoxin: 5 PPM Max





3-Corn gluten meal


Corn gluten meal is the principal protein of corn endosperm   consisting mainly of zein  and glutelin. It is a byproduct of corn processing that has historically been used as an animal feed. Despite the name, "corn gluten" does not contain true gluten , which is formed by the interaction of gliadin and glutenin proteins.


Corn gluten meal is commonly used as livestock feed containing about 65% crude protein. It can be source of protein, energy, and pigments for livestock, and is used in pet foods for digestibility. Corn gluten meal is occasionally confused for corn gluten feed, which instead has approximately 22% crude protein and is a mixture of bran, steep liquor, and maize germ oil from the milling process


US Corn Gluten Meal (CGM) 60%

Protein: 60% Min

Fat: 1% Min

Fiber: 2.5%

Max Moisture: 12%

Max Aflatoxin: 20 ppb

Max Appearance: Yellow Free Flowing Powder