Slaughter by-products are routinely recycled for use in animal feeds. They are cooked (rendered) to produce a nutritional and economical feed ingredient. The by-products used in feeds include meat trimmings, inedible parts and organs, fetuses, and certain condemned carcasses. It is important to note that blood, hair, hoofs, horns, manure, stomach contents, and hide trimmings are not used in the production of meat meal. When bones are added to meat meal, it is considered meat and bone meal.
There are a number of different types of meat and bone meal. The raw materials in meat and bone meal in South Africa are typically beef and pork by-products. High quality meat and bone meal is usually guaranteed to contain a minimum of 50% protein content. Lower quality meat and bone meals are available that contain a minimum of 45% protein content.
Meat and bone meal is an excellent source of protein. In poultry diets, meat and bone meal is typically limited to less than 5% of the diet content because of the high calcium, phosphorus, and lysine content of the meal.
The protein in meat and bone meal is degraded relatively slowly in rumen.
Meat bone meal can be fed as a protein source. It may be included in the grain mix at a rate of up to 5 percent or fed at up to 1 ½ pounds (0.68 kg) per cow per day. It is not very palatable and should be introduced into the ration gradually.
Dry matter --- 92 %
Crude Protein --- 50.0 %
Fat --- 09.5 %
Crude fiber --- 02.5 %
Neutral Detergent Fiber --- %
Acid Detergent Fiber --- %
Calcium --- 10.1 %
Phosphorus --- 04.8 %
Total Digestible Nutrients --- 65.3 %
Net energy—Lactation --- 68.1 Mcal/100 lbs
Packing: * Bags with 25kg.
* Bags with 50Kg.
* Big bags with 1.100 kg.
The main advantages of using Payali Meat and Bone Meals include:
1) Nutrients: Highly available minerals, high protein levels, cost optimization, and diets with higher nutritional levels.
2) Palatability: Improvements in diet smell, flavor, and texture, making the feed more palatable to animals.
3) Safety: The meals do not have anti-nutritional factors or allergens, and can be widely used for the most diverse commercial species.