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CO-PRODUCTS 101. RICK HEATON GH AG/QUAD CO. CORN PROCESSORS GOLDEN BRAN CO-PRODUCTS IOWA RENEWABLE FUELS ASSOCIATION. PRODUCTION PROCESS NUTRIENT VALUES FEEDING CONSIDERATIONS Trenkle & Loy. CO-PRODUCTS 101. PRODUCTION PROCESS. WET MILLING DRY MILLING NEW PROCESSES. PRODUCTION PROCESS.

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co products 101

CO-PRODUCTS101

RICK HEATON

GH AG/QUAD CO. CORN PROCESSORS

GOLDEN BRAN CO-PRODUCTS

IOWA RENEWABLE FUELS ASSOCIATION

production process nutrient values feeding considerations trenkle loy

PRODUCTION PROCESSNUTRIENT VALUESFEEDING CONSIDERATIONSTrenkle & Loy

CO-PRODUCTS

101

production process
PRODUCTION PROCESS
  • WET MILLING
  • DRY MILLING
  • NEW PROCESSES
production process4
PRODUCTION PROCESS
  • WET MILL PLANTS
    • Cargill – Blair, Ne., Eddyville, Ia.
    • ADM – Marshall, Mn., Columbus, Ne., Cedar Rapids, Ia.
    • Clinton, Muscatine
  • Steeping and Separation Process
  • Utilize 90-95% of kernel
  • HFCS, Ethanol, Corn Oil, Plastics, 60% Gluten Meal
  • Wet Gluten , Dry Gluten Pellets
production process5

PRODUCTION PROCESS

DRY MILL PLANTS

“COMING SOON

TO A TOWN NEAR YOU”

production process dry mill plants
PRODUCTION PROCESSDRY MILL PLANTS
  • Dry Grind & Fermenting Process
  • Utilize 65-70% of kernel
  • Ethanol
  • DDGS-dominant co-product
  • DDG, WDG, WDGS, Modified Wet, CCDS, Hi Pro DDG, Bran Cake, Corn Germ
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H20

STEAM

ENZYMES

Liquification

Grain Receiving

& Storage

Grinding to Expose

Starch for Fermentation

YEAST+

GLUCOAMYLASE

Slurry-Mash

“Cooking”

Fermentation

The Alcohol Process…

FERMENTATION

(Yeast Fermentation)

CO2

BEER WELL

SCRUBBER

EVAPORATION

THIN

SYRUP

STILLAGE

DDGS

WET CAKE

WHOLE

STILLAGE

CENTRIFUGATION

ETHANOL

Distillation

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PRODUCTION PROCESS
  • New Processes
    • Fractionation
    • Oil Separation
nutrient value
NUTRIENT VALUE
  • COMPOSITION OF CORN
    • 2/3 Starch
    • 1/3 Protein, Fat, Fiber, Minerals
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NUTRIENT VALUE
  • Wet Milling Plants – Wet Gluten Feed
    • Dry Matter – 42-60%
    • Protein – 15-20%
    • Energy – 90-94% of Corn
    • Phosphorus - .4-.6%
    • Sulfur - .6-.8%
  • Plant Specific
  • 5-10% of Kernel – Primarily Bran & Steep Water
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NUTRIENT VALUE
  • Dry Milling Plants – Multiple Products
  • Products Available - Plant Specific
  • Nutrient Content - Product Specific
  • Workbook – Varying Nutrient Levels
  • Web Site Access – IRFA, Iowa Beef Center, Iowa Cattlemen’s Assn.
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NUTRIENT VALUE
  • Common Characteristics
    • High Protein – 20% or Higher
    • High Energy – Equal to or Greater than Corn
    • Moderate to High Phosphorus
    • Moderate to High Sulfur
feeding considerations
FEEDING CONSIDERATIONS
  • Swine
    • Excellent Energy Source
    • Good Phosphorus Source
      • Offset by Phytase
    • Good Fiber Source
    • Grow-Finish Diets – 200-300#/ton
    • Limitations
      • Amino Acid Content – Lysine
      • Fiber – Grow/Finish
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FEEDING CONSIDERATIONS
  • Dairy
    • Excellent Protein Source
    • Excellent Energy Source
    • Excellent Phosphorus Source
    • Dry or Wet Products
    • 1-5# Dry, 5-15# Wet
    • Limitations
      • Oil/Fat
feeding considerations17
FEEDING CONSIDERATIONS
  • Beef
    • Excellent Protein Source
    • Excellent Energy Source
    • Good Fiber Source
    • 1-4# Dry, 3-20# of Wet
    • Limitations
      • Phosphorus
      • Sulfur
      • Oil/Fat
    • No Supplemental Phosphorus or Sulfur
summary
SUMMARY
  • Wet Milling vs. Dry Milling
    • Different Processes, Different Co-Products
  • Excellent Nutrient Value
    • Distillers Products – more concentrated
    • Significant Phosphorus Levels
  • Feeding Applications for all Species
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SUMMARY
  • Excellent Opportunity for all Livestock Producers
    • Increasing Volume at Economical Prices
    • Feeding Technology Available for Both Small and Large Operations
  • Recognize Limitations and Adjust