Soybean Meal

Soybean meal is used in food and animal feeds, principally as a protein supplement, but also as a source of metabolizable energy. Typically 1 bushel of soybeans yields 48 lbs. of soybean meal.

Rapeseed Meal

Rapeseed meal is a high protein-containing material that can be used as a feed for livestock and poultry. Typical meal contains a little less than 40% of protein; however it also contains about 12% crude fiber and glucosinolates, specific components of Cruciferae plants.

Palm Kernal

The palm kernel is the edible seed of the oil palm fruit. The fruit yields two distinct oils: palm oil
derived from the outer parts of the fruit, and palm kernel oil derived from the kernel.

Canola Meal

Canola meal is an oilseed meal similar to linseed meal, soybean oil meal, and other oilseed meals. Canola (improved rapeseed) is raised in northern climates as a source of vegetable oil, and canola meal is a by-product of the oil crushing industry.