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Exciting news – Vesper is embarking on an expansive journey into new agri-commodity categories, and we’re thrilled to introduce ‘Feed’. From corn to wheat, barley to oats, and more, we’re bringing you pricing data soon.
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Corn is a fundamental feed ingredient renowned for its high carbohydrate content, which provides essential energy for livestock such as poultry, swine, and cattle.
Wheat is a valuable feedstuff commonly used for poultry, swine, and certain ruminants. Rich in protein and energy-providing carbohydrates, wheat is often included in feed formulations as either whole grain or processed forms.
Distillers grains are a byproduct of ethanol production from grains like corn or wheat. Rich in protein, fibre, and essential nutrients, they serve as a valuable supplement in livestock diets, particularly for ruminants like cattle.
Alfalfa is a high-protein forage used primarily for ruminant livestock such as cattle, goats, and sheep. Due to its nutritional profile and versatility, alfalfa is a staple in livestock diets.
Alfalfa pellets are a condensed form of alfalfa hay, rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals. These pellets offer a convenient and efficient way to provide essential nutrients to livestock such as cattle, horses, and goats.
Oats are a highly nutritious grain rich in fibre, protein, and essential nutrients. Commonly fed to horses, oats are also used in the diets of ruminants, poultry, and swine, either as whole grain or processed forms like rolled or crimped oats. Known for their palatability and digestibility, oats are considered a premium feedstuff.
Barley is a versatile grain rich in carbohydrates and fibre, commonly used for ruminants, swine, and poultry. Available in various forms such as whole, rolled, or ground, barley serves as a valuable source of energy in livestock diets.
Triticale feed is a hybrid grain derived from wheat and rye, designed to combine the best traits of both parent crops. Rich in protein and other essential nutrients, it is used as a feed source for livestock including cattle, swine, and poultry.
Rye is a cereal grain known for its hardiness and adaptability to various soil conditions. While not as commonly used as corn or wheat, it provides a decent source of energy, protein, and essential nutrients for livestock, particularly ruminants and swine.
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