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Calcium and phosphorus sources can be classified into those which supply calcium only or those that supply both calcium and phosphorus. Some sources can supply other inorganic elements.
Lucerne chaff (also known as alfalfa) is chaffed lucerne crop. It is a good fibre source and has a significant profile of other nutrients.
Lucerne (also known as alfalfa) is grown throughout Australia, for use as a green fodder crop for pasture or for conservation as hay, silage or as a dried ground product.
Millrun is a by-product from the milling of wheat for flour production.
Molasses is a by-product of the sugar cane industry.
Oaten chaff is the chaffed stubble or hay portion of an oat crop
Rice bran is a by-product of processed rice.
Sodium bentonite is a highly swelling natural clay, available as a fine powder and in granular form.
Sodium bicarbonate is included in stock feed as a source of sodium or to act as a rumen buffer in ruminant feeds.
RIVERINA TRIPLEMIX COMBO CHAFF is a blended mix of lucerne chaff, oaten chaff and a small amount of molasses. This blending process is used to minimize fines and make the chaff more palatable.
Wheat bran is produced during the flour milling of wheat and consists of the protective layers of wheat grains. Bran contains much of the vitamins and protein of the wheat grain.
Wheat pollard is a by-product of the flour milling of grain.
Wheaten chaff is produced from the wheat stubble or hay portion of a wheat crop. Chaffing results in a fibrous flake approximately 2cm in width.
Whole Cottonseed is the seed produced as a by-product of the cotton ginning process. Whole cottonseed can be used as a supplement for ruminants or alternatively for cottonseed meal and oil production.
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