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Articles & Whitepapers

  • Cassava residue fermentation and feeding method

    Cassava residue fermentation and feeding method

    What is the difference between cassava residue fermented organic fertilizer and non fermented organic fertilizer? There are many disadvantages in the traditional cassava residue fermentation: not only the fermentation time is long, the labor intensity of the fermentation process is large, it takes a lot of energy to stir a ton of cassava residue and other mixtures, but also the nutrition of the ...

  • Things You Need To Know Feed Ingredients

    Things You Need To Know Feed Ingredients

    Feed ingredients are broadly classified into cereal grains, protein meals, fats and oils, minerals, feed additives, and miscellaneous raw materials, such as roots and tubers. These will be discussed ...

News

  • DGA Update: June is Dairy Month

    Did you know that June has been called Dairy Month since 1939? This is a great time to recognize and celebrate our dairy farmers that provide a healthy, nutritious product. Minnesota dairy farms produce a lot of milk, ranking number 8 in the ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Green Forage
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    Green Forage

    A special field of application for KAHL presses are drying plants for green forage. The voluminous, chopped dried forage can be processed directly into pellets or grass cobs, which offer great advantages especially in animal nutrition.