Potato cuttings suitable for Livestock feed
Raw potato chips are cut potatoes that have been removed from the production process before baking for reasons such as length, color and thickness. The starch in this product has the properties of a raw potato and is therefore poorly digestible for pigs. For cattle, on the other hand, it is excellently suited due to the high resistance of the starch. The co-product has a constant composition and contributes to the taste of the ration.
The product complies with laws and regulations. Mycotoxins, insecticides, pesticides and herbicides are tested according to the GMP+ FSA. The product is non-GMO (according to Regulation (EC) 1829/2003 and 1830/2003).
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Joost van de Wijgert
Valid from 31 January 2024
Valid from 31 January 2024
Levels are based on averages and stated in grams per kg of dry matter, unless stated otherwise. Changes in product composition are reserved.
Feeding advice based on DS of total ration
Logistics & Storage
Frequently asked Questions about Potato cuttings
Below are the questions commonly asked about the co-product Potato cuttings, do you have any other questions about the co-product? Then please contact us.
- What is the current price of the co-product Potato cuttings?
Curious about the current price of the co-product Potato cuttings? Through MyLooop you are always informed about the current price and availability of the co-product Potato cuttings. The moment prices change, you will automatically receive a notification via WhatsApp, e-mail or SMS. This way you are always informed about the current price of the co-product Potato cuttings.
- What is the feed value of the co-product Potato cuttings?
The feed value of the co-product Potato cuttingsis shown in the matrix. The matrix shows all (nutritional) properties of the co-product Potato cuttingsin one overview. You can download the matrix via MijnLooop, so it is always to hand. Any nutritional changes? Then we will notify you automatically.
- How should you store and keep the co-product Potato cuttings?
The co-product Potato Chips can be stored in a bunker. Potato cuttingscan also be excellently ensiled.
- What is the shelf life of the co-product Potato cuttings?
The co-product Potato cuttings has a shelf life of two to six months. If you have ensiled the co-product Potato cuttingsproperly, you will extend the shelf life to one year.
- What other co-products are released when processing potato products?
Several co-products are released during the processing of potato products. Alongside the co-product of Potato cuttings, the processing of potato products also yields Mashed potatoes liquid, Potato fibers, and Potato starch solid. These co-products can be reused in the feed ration for your livestock.