Wheat Starch Tarpro suitable for Livestock feed
is released during the extraction of starch from wheat, resulting in several valuable liquid products for livestock farming. Tarpro, liquid wheat starch, is one of these products. The whole wheat grain is cleaned, conditioned, ground and sieved, after which wheat flour, wheat germ and wheat bran are released. The wheat flour is separated into wheat starch and wheat protein (gluten) using water and physical processes. Co-products are released from the various processes, including a starch-rich and a protein-rich flow that form the product Tarpro. Wheat Starch Tarpro is thickened and acidified.
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).
More information or a question? Contact:
Jasmijn van Wakeren
Valid from 22 March 2023
Valid from 22 March 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 Wheat starch Tarpro
Below are the questions commonly asked about the co-product Wheat starch Tarpro, do you have any other questions about the co-product? Then please contact us.
- What is the feeding recommendation for Wheat starch Tarpro?
The feeding recommendation of the co-product Wheat starch Tarpro represents the percentage of the co-product Wheat starch Tarpro in the total feed ration. This percentage is based on the dry matter percentage (DM%). In a balanced feed ration, this percentage is:
Weaned piglets (up to 25 kg) max 10% Fattening pigs (25 - 50 kg) max 15% Fattening pigs (from 50 kg) max 20% Sows max 20%
- What is the feed value of Wheat starch Tarpro?
The feed value of the co-product Wheat starch Tarpro is shown in the matrix. The matrix provides a complete overview of all (nutritional) properties of the co-product Wheat starch Tarpro. 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.
- What is the current price of Wheat starch Tarpro?
Are you curious about the current price of the co-product Wheat starch Tarpro? You can stay up to date on the current price and availability of the co-product Wheat starch Tarpro 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 Wheat starch Tarpro.
- What is the storage life of Wheat starch Tarpro?
The co-product Wheat starch Tarpro has a storage life of three months. Note that it is important to regularly clean your feed silo or bunker. Doing so will improve the storage life and quality of the co-product Wheat starch Tarpro.
- Whom can I contact about the co-product Wheat starch Tarpro?
Do you have any questions about the co-product Wheat starch Tarpro? Do you want to know more about Looop's range of co-products? If so, please contact: Jasmijn van Wakeren. You can reach her by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, via WhatsApp +316 37 33 42 64 or by calling +3188 56 66 723.
- What other co-products are released when processing wheat?
Several co-products are released during the processing of wheat. Alongside the co-product of Wheat starch Tarpro, the processing of wheat products also yields Wheat starch Crespovit® Fibre and Wheat yeast concentrate Protiwanze®. These co-products can be reused in the feed ration for your livestock.