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Maize Bran (50kg)


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Maize bran is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that can be used in animal feeds to provide dietary fiber, energy, protein, vitamins, and minerals. Its inclusion in feed formulations helps support optimal digestive health, nutrient utilization, and overall performance in livestock and poultry production systems.


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Maize bran, also known as corn bran, is a byproduct of the maize milling process. It is derived from the outer layers of the maize kernel, primarily the bran and germ, which are separated during milling to produce refined maize flour or meal.

Here are some key points about maize bran:

  • It is rich in dietary fiber, including both insoluble fiber (such as cellulose and hemicellulose) and soluble fiber (such as pectin and gums).
  • The high fiber content of maize bran makes it valuable for promoting digestive health and regulating bowel movements in animals.
  • The carbohydrate content provides a source of readily available energy for metabolism and growth in animals.
  • It contains various minerals, including phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, and trace elements like zinc and manganese.
  • It is commonly used as an ingredient in animal feed formulations, particularly for ruminants like cattle and sheep, as well as poultry and swine.
  • It provides a relatively inexpensive yet nutritious option for supplementing animal diets, contributing to the economic viability of animal production systems

Maize/Corn Bran is a kind of high-protein fodder made from corn through fermentation, distillation, evaporation, and drying. Fodder contains not only rich protein but also rich amino acids, vitamins and mineral matters favorable to the growth of animals. Moreover, without anti-nutritional factors, it is good fodder for poultry, livestock, aquatic products, and specific animals.


  • As a new raw material of nutrient fodder, the product is suitable to feed poultry, livestock, aquatic animals and special animals.
  • It is the most valuable energy source among cereals
  • It has a high starch content (about 65%), about 4% oil and a low fibre content
  • Maize starch is less readily fermentable than other cereal starches (30% escapes rumen fermentation)
Weight 11.8 kg

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