Potato fibers suitable for Livestock feed
is produced during the processing of potato starch out of starch potatoes. The potato fibers out of the process are a combination of grinded peels, cell walls and other starch parts. The co-product Potato fibers is a high quality liquid feed ingredient for ruminants with a high energy level, high in resistant starch and a constant quality. This product is protein-rich and stimulates milk protein content. The product is also suitable to substitute concentrate or as a cover for pits and stackable co-products.
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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Valid from 30 October 2023
Valid from 30 October 2023
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 fibers
Below are the questions commonly asked about the co-product Potato fibers High protein, do you have any other questions about the co-product? Then please contact us.
- What is the feeding recommendation for Potato fibers?
The feeding recommendation of the co-product Potato fibers represents the percentage of the co-product Potato fibers in the total feed ration. This percentage is based on the dry matter percentage (DM%). In a balanced feed ration, this percentage is:
Dairy cattle max 15 kg product in het rantsoen Beef cattle max 1,5 - 2 kg product / 100 kg lichaamsgewicht
- What is the feed value of Potato fibers?
The feed value of the co-product Potato fibers is shown in the matrix. The matrix provides a complete overview of all (nutritional) properties of the co-product Potato fibers. For easy reference, you can download the matrix via MyLooop. You will be notified automatically if there are any nutritional changes to this co-product.
- How should Potato fibers be stored?
The Potato fibers is stored by ensiling the product.
- What is the current price of Potato fibers?
Are you curious about the current price of the co-product Potato fibers? You can stay up to date on the current price and availability of the co-product Potato fibers via MyLooop. In the event of a price change, you are automatically notified via WhatsApp, email or text message. This ensures you always know the current price of the co-product name.
- 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 fibers, the processing of potato products also yields Mashed potatoes liquid, Potato starch solid, and Potato cuttings. These co-products can be reused in the feed ration for your livestock.