Commodities


Soyhull Pellets

Soyhull Pellets:

Soyhull pellets are the pelletized outer coating of the soybean; a byproduct of the crushing process. Soyhulls are a highly digestible fiber source, and are favored for boosting energy levels.





  Min Max
Protein, % 8.0 -
Fat, % 0.5 -
Fibre, % - 40.0

Packing and Storage:

In Bulk, 26.5 MT max weight allowed per container. All wood packing materials, including dunnage, will bear an IPPC stamp originated from the USA.


Soybean

U.S. Yellow Soybean:

The soybean (US) or soya bean (UK, AU) is a species of legume native to East Asia, widely grown for its edible bean which has numerous uses. It is widely used as both an animal feed additive and for human consumption all over the world.




U.S. Number One Yellow Soybeans:

Chemical and Physical Properties

  Min Max
Damaged Kernels, % - 2.0
Heat (part of total), % - 0.2
Foreign Material, % - 1.0
Splits, % - 10.0
Soybeans of other colors - 1.0
Moisture, % - 13.5

U.S. Number Two Yellow Soybeans:

Chemical and Physical Properties

  Min Max
Damaged Kernels, % - 3.0
Heat (part of total), % - 0.5
Foreign Material, % - 2.0
Splits, % - 20.0
Soybeans of other colors - 2.0
Moisture, % - 13.5

Packing and Storage

In Bulk, 26.5 MT max weight allowed per container. All wood packing materials, including dunnage, will bear an IPPC stamp originated from the USA.



Corn

U.S. Yellow Corn:

Corn (US) or maize (UK, AU, Asia) is a cereal crop native to North America, it is widely grown for its edible kernel which has numerous uses. Corn is favored for as a feed ingredients, and for food byproducts throughout the world.




U.S. Number One Yellow Corn:

Chemical and Physical Properties

  Min Max
Damaged Kernels, % - 2.0
Heat (part of total), % - 0.2
Foreign Material, % - 1.0
Splits, % - 10.0
Kernels of other colors - 1.0
Moisture, % - 14.5

U.S. Number Two Yellow Corn:

Chemical and Physical Properties

  Min Max
Damaged Kernels, % - 3.0
Heat (part of total), % - 0.5
Foreign Material, % - 2.0
Splits, % - 20.0
Kernels of other colors - 2.0
 Moisture, %  - 14.5

Packing and Storage

In Bulk, 26.5 MT max weight allowed per container. All wood packing materials, including dunnage, will bear an IPPC stamp originated from the USA.



Corn Gluten Meal

Corn Gluten Meal:

Corn Gluten Meal is a refined, granular 60% protein product derived from corn during the wet milling process. It is noted for its high energy and methionine content and as a source of xanthophylls.





Chemical and Physical Properties

  Min Max
Moisture, % - 13.0
Protein, % 60.0 -
Fibre (crude), % - 2.5
Fat (crude), % 1.0 -
Aflatoxin, % - 20

Packing and Storage

In Bulk, 26.5 MT max weight allowed per container. All wood packing materials, including dunnage, will bear an IPPC stamp originated from the USA.

Other Information

Anti-caking agent may be added, no more than 0.5%



Distiller's Dried Grains with Solubles

Distillers Dried Grains with Solubles

Distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGs) is a nutrient rich co-product of dry-milled ethanol production. It is considered an excellent energy and protein supplement.





Chemical and Physical Properties

  Min Max
Moisture, % - 12.0
Protein, % 25.0 -
Fat, % 7.0 -
Profat, % 35.0 -
Fiber, % - 12.0
Hunter 1 Score, # 50.0 -

Packing and Storage

In Bulk, 26.5 MT max weight allowed per container. All wood packing materials, including dunnage, will bear an IPPC stamp originated from the USA.



Sorghum

U.S. Sorghum:

Sorghum is a drought resistant cereal grain sought after for feed and food usage throughout the world. It has feed qualities comparable to corn, and is used in many types of traditional liquors and sweeteners.





U.S. Number Two Sorghum

Chemical and Physical Properties

  Min Max
Damaged Kernels, % - 5.0
Heat (part of total), % - 0.5
Foreign Material, % - 2.0
Broken Kernels, % - 4.0
Moisture, % - 14.0
Test Weight per Bushel, lbs. - 55.0

Packing and Storage

In Bulk, 26.5 MT max weight allowed per container. All wood packing materials, including dunnage, will bear an IPPC stamp originated from the USA.