Wheat Bran in Coarse and Pellet Forms

Wheat Bran in Coarse and Pellet Forms

Description
These byproducts of milling wheat for flour consist of varying amounts of bran, germ and flour. They are highly palatable, low in calcium and tend to be higher in phosphorus than most other grains and processed grain by-products.
Wheat bran is highest in fiber and phosphorus and lowest in energy of the five. It can be included in the grain mix up to a level of 25 percent or fed at a rate of up to 7 pounds (3.2 kg) per cow per day.
Typical Analysis    
Dry matter     89 %  
Crude Protein     15.5 %    
Fat     03.5 %   
Crude fiber     11.0 %   
Neutral Detergent Fiber     45.4 %    
Acid Detergent Fiber     13.4 %   
Calcium     00.1 %    
Phosphorus     1.10 %   
Total Digestible Nutrients     62.0 %    
Net energy—Lactation     64.6 Mcal/100 lbs