Cereals

Barley

Barley

Barley (Hordeum vulgare) is one of the main cereals used to make feeding. For this purpose is consumed about 3,5 millions of MT per year, what supposes a third of cereals whole amount.
Corn

Corn

Corn grain ( Zea mays) is the main cereal used to make composed animal feeds, and it´s specially appreciated by hihg energy values, palatability, lack of variation in chemical composition and low content in antinutritional factors..
Rye

Rye

Rye (secale zereale) was originated in the Mediterranean área, basically only grows in Europe and is well adapted to cold and dry climates and low quality soils.
Maslin

Maslin

Maslin (x Triticum-secale) is a synthetic cereal made from the hybridization of wheat (mainly durum wheat varieties) and rye. The original objective was mixing high energy value and protein content of wheat, with the agronomic rusticity and protein quality of rye.
Oats

Oats

This cereal comes from Asia Minor. The most common variety is hexaploid, especially Cultivated Oats. This cereal can easily adapt to cold climates and high acidity soils, what supposes to be more common in Northern than in Southern Europe.
Wheat

Wheat

Common wheat. Wheat is the second most used cereal to make animal feed.

Wheat brean

Wheat brean

There are some products obtained in the milling industry through the consecutive stages of grinding and flour dressing before obtaining flour. These derivatives suppose about 25% of the grain whole weight.
Corn gluten

Corn gluten

It’s obtained separating corn grain by wet means. In this process the soluble part of the corn (corn steep) is separated and later, the remaining is divided by a centrifugal process into starch and gluten. That gluten holds the majority of endosperm protein (zein), as well as small amounts of starch and fiber, non purified through the process.
Corn DDGS

Corn DDGS

Distillery derivatives come from the drying of the remainings to obtain alcohol suitable for beverages, and by ethanol used as bio-fuel, from those ingredients rich in starch.