Feeds

Sal Seed Meal

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Sal Seed Extraction extracted from Sal Seed. The protein contents of Sal seed extractions is 9%- 12%, but it has good levels of Lysine and Methioninein its essential amino acid profile. Sal seed Extraction is grouped amongst starchy feeds as its Carbohydrate content is about 70% and that contributes to the feed energy.

Sal seed extractions can be beneficially used to decrease the ruminal degradation of other proteins in the compound feed in order to increase their biological values for ruminants and is preferred for use in cow feed. The extractions are low cost material and are abundantly available. It is generally used as livestock feed ingredient for dairy cattle in India to prepare formulated feeds upto 10%.