Wholesale Blood Meal Suppliers
Wholesale Blood Meal is produced by spray drying at low temperatures, the fresh whole blood from animal processing plants. The fresh blood is collected in on-site cooling tanks that utilize agitation to prevent coagulation of the fresh blood. Once delivered to the drying plants the whole blood is centrifuged to remove foreign material and then circulated through a disintegrator to rid all remaining foreign particles prior to spray drying.
Wholesale Blood Meal is predominantly protein and is used to supplement diets based on cereal grains, plant by-products, forages etc. It is widely acclaimed as a good protein source replacement in various animal production diets for dairy. Wholesale Blood Meal.
Fine Blood Meal
Since blood is a highly perishable product, it is processed as soon as possible after slaughter. Understanding the fact that blood meal is hydroscopic, it needs to be dried to less than 10-12 % moisture and stored in an ideal dry place in order for it not to deteriorate. A number of standard ways are used to prepare blood meal such as solar drying, oven drying, drum drying, flash drying, and spray drying. The drying method is important for the fact that there is an inverse relationship between the amount of heat applied and protein digestibility.
Bulk Blood Meal Exporters
Solar and oven drying
Ring and flash drying
Dried Blood Meal For Animal Feed
Protein: 80% Min
Moisture: 10% Max
Amino Acids: 50% Min
Appearance: Deep Red Powder
Packing: 1*20′ full container loads 19 mt (when packed in 25kg bags) without pallets
Storage: store in a cool, well ventilated and dry conditions ,keep in a tightly closed bags.
Shelf life: 12 months
Pig 2% -5%
Poultry 2% -4%
Cattle and sheep 5% -8%
Aquatic 5% -10%
Blood meal is very rich in protein and contains about 90-95% and small amounts of fat which are usually less than 1%, with ash being less than 5% although non-industrial blood meals may include other materials and thus increasing the levels of ash. The down side with blood meal is that it has a poor amino acid balance with lysine content relatively high which makes it an excellent supplementary protein to use with plant-derived feed ingredients that are low in lysine.
However, its isoleucine content is said to be very low averaging just 1%. We understand that diets for monogastric animals have to contain enough isoleucine. Wholesale Blood Meal.
Since blood meal is generally unpalatable, especially if overcooked, care needs to be taken as to what quantity of blood meal to a ration. Experts suggest 5 to 6 % blood meal to a ration, especially if high feed consumption and performance are desired. Often an adaptation period is required to get animals used to eating blood meal. Wholesale Blood Meal.
Chemical composition and nutritional value
Blood meal, chicken
Blood meal, preserved with acid
Blood meal, non-industrial
Fresh blood, chicken
Packaging: 25kg, 50kg compressed bails, Cubes
Multiple packaging options to meet your needs.