Animal husbandry relies heavily on pellet feed as it is an easy-to-store and transport food source that boasts a long shelf life and high nutritional value for livestock and poultry. Processing plants have specialized production lines dedicated to the manufacture of feed pellets, however, for farmers, a simple feed making unit can help them create their own feed pellets at home and increase their revenue. ABC Machinery is a reliable manufacturer of feed pellet making machines, offering both single feed pellet machines and customized complete feed production lines.
Raw materials used in the production of animal feed pellets include corn/maize, alfalfa, wheat bran, grass, rice, beans, and oil cake, among others. The feed pellet manufacturing process comprises material selection, crushing, mixing, pelletizing, and cooling. The production of high-quality animal feed pellets is crucial as it directly impacts the animals’ feeding status and farmers’ profits.
Animal Feed Pellet Production Machine
The high temperatures and pressures involved in the pelletizing process produce a strong flavor that improves the palatability of the feed, making it easy to eat and ideal for long-term storage. And this feed pelleting process increases nutrient absorption conversion by 300%.
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Pelleted feeds are beneficial for the digestion and absorption of nutrients in a variety of livestock and poultry animals such as chickens, rabbits, cattle, sheep, pigs and fish.
By reading our column, you can get valuable information that will help you improve the production process of different animal feeds and increase the quality and profitability of your business.
Benefits of manufacturing feed pellets
1. Improving work efficiency, reducing feed costs, increasing profits, and ensuring animal safety and comprehensive nutrition.
2. Feeding granulated feed can increase animal intake, avoid animal pickiness, and shorten the growth period of animals.
3. For small-scale animal feeding plant, purchasing a simple feed pellet plant can be a cost-effective solution compared to buying feed pellets from the market.