Cattle Feed

Second most consumed feed group after poultry feed, cattle feed are produced for cattle (cud-chewing) animals.

Although ruminants can be fed forage such as grass, various grains that are prepared in special ratios are often included in their diet as well to increase their milk yield or obtain higher yields from livestock. For this reason, grains such as wheat, corn, barley, oat and rye are of strategic importance globally. Cattle feed include ox, cow, cattle, calf, sheep, goat, horse, camel, pig feed, etc. example can be given. Bovine and ovine feed types can be listed as cattle feed, cattle milk feed, calf feed, buffalo feed, ovine feed, lamb feed, goat feed, sheep milk feed, sheep milk feed and goat milk feed.

The most important expense in livestock farming is undoubtedly the cost of feed. Increased incomes obtained from high-yield milk cows and beef cattle are closely related to the use of feed additives.

The better the main processes are designed for a feed mill, the better the feed quality will be. Using high-quality feed also ensures higher meat yield. All the processes that we can list, such as building the feed facility, producing the feed, and feeding the animals are interrelated. To begin and continue this process properly, an expert team must help build the facility. Feed mills built by Yemmak make this possible.

The main processes in feed mills are crushing, mixing, pelleting and bagging.

At this point, BK Engineers, which has numerous experience, offers the most suitable project for the need by performing factory design and R&D studies on a customer-specific basis with its expert staff with an engineering perspective.

Leading Cattle feed manufacturers such as Tiwana, Aman Feed have opted to BK Engineers.

During the production of cattle feeds, raw materials are turned into products after the following stages.

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