PRODUCTION OF FEED ADDITIVES FROM ALCOHOLIC AND NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
At the present time, the dramatic increase in the price of feedstock turn animal breeder’s attention to cheaper and more efficient feedstock sources.
For instance: barley grain is composed of barley, corn, rice and hop. Almost all the carbohydrate that barley holds turn into alcohol and carbon dioxide during beer making and the other nutrients stay inside the grain with threefold increased intensity. That is the reason why the barley grain’s protein content is three times more intense than the barley itself.
REMAINS OF THE FERMENTATION INDUSTRY:
The remains of the brewery industry: malt lawn, malt posture, beer yeast, hop and barley grain and other brewery waste.
The remains of the alcohol industry: The sediments posture left from making alcohol or alcoholic drinks which are either directly or after being dried fed to the animals are included in this group. For instance, molasses yeast or alcohol industry wastes.
The remains of Wine Industry: The remains from winemaking are included in this group. For instance, grape pulp, wine yeast, apple sediment and other sediment and pulp residues.
With our technology, the humidity rate of these kinds of remains can be decreased from 80% down to around 7-10%.