Protein feed from bird droppings, etc.
High-quality protein feed for farm animals can be obtained from bird droppings (including chicken), cattle manure or pig manure.
High-quality protein feed for farm animals can be obtained from bird droppings (including chicken), cattle manure or pig manure. However, it is preferable to chicken manure. Manure contains a high enough concentration of nourishing substancesavailable for agricultural animals. Also litter contains substances fit for food are not pathogenic bacterial microorganisms, which allows enrichment on bacterial protein.
Protein feed from bird droppings, etc. is a pellets, ready to eat farm animals.
Below is the normal chemical composition of protein feed from bird droppings, etc.:
|Crude protein, %||45,5|
|Ammonia nitrogen, %||0,2|
|Crude fiber, %||10,2|
|Trace elements, %||3,1|
|Iron (Fe), mg/kg||1233|
|Manganese (Mn), mg/kg||330|
|Zinc (Zn), mg/kg||250|
|Copper (Cu), mg/kg||15|
|Potassium (K) mg/kg||12392|
|Sodium (Na), mg/kg||2018|
|Calcium (Ca), mg/kg||28778|
|Magnesium (Mg), mg/kg||2025|
Technology of production of protein feed from bird droppings, etc. is characterized in that for the production of feed is used only manure or manure without adding any excipients to obtain only target end-products, without waste, sewage, etc.
Production of protein meal consists of several steps including dilution of the feedstock water, its rinsing, fermentation and increase in protein mass in the bioreactor with the participation of not pathogenic aerobic bacteriainitially contained in the litter, and yeast, heat treatment and granulation of the final product.
as raw materials used waste poultry farms, cattle farms, pig farms,etc.,
– at the same time getting the finished protein product by the consumer which is itself the owner of the waste,
– waste-free technology of disposal of bird droppings,
– save feed
– technology of production of protein feed from bird droppings, etc. by itself also does not have waste and wastewater
the simplicity of the technological scheme,
– low capital and operating costs.
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