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  Dried Distiller's Grain (DDG)  09/22/10 3:28:31 PM

A principal co-product of the ethanol production process are distillers grains which is the product remaining after the ethanol is removed from the fermented corn mash. Distiller's grains are the non-fermentable components of the corn and are rich in cereal proteins, fat (energy), making it a high-protein, high-energy animal feed supplement marketed to the dairy, beef, swine & poultry industries. Dried Distillers grains (DDG) is made by drying wet distillers grains through a dryer to remove most of the moisture. DDG's are free-flowing granular product that is yellow/tan in color with a uniform moisture of 8-12% and has a long storage life. Distillers grains has a long history of being recognized as a highly nutritious animal feed ingredient. Its outstanding features are:
          * Higher Protein & Nutrient Quality
          * Concentrated Fat & Energy Levels
          * Highly Digestible
          * Easy to ration for better feed intakes
          * More total phosphorus with less environmental impact
          * Cost Effective





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