NON GMO Soybean Meal is the by product of the extraction of soybean oil. Several processes exist and is usually classified for marketing by its crude protein content.
Why use Non GMO Soybean Meal
Non GMO Soybeans can be found in many products. Naturally, Faubert Feeds wanted to bring Non GMO Soybeans into a livestock friendly soybean meal.
Canadian and rural farmers should use Non GMO Soybean Meal as a way to ensure animal feed nutrition and overall health. There are many other products on the market, but very few have such a cross animal appeal as soybean meal. Swine and cattle eat fine without problems. You can even give it to horses and poultry.
What’s the difference between Soybeans and Soybean Meal?
Soybean oil extraction is the difference. When making meal, soybeans are pressed out or crushed. Then they are cooked, followed by an effort to remove any remaining liquid. They get toasted and cooled off until they start resembling proper meal.
Soybean meal is full of Grade A protein that gets used for poultry, cattle, pigs and related dairy purposes. Historically, it used to get heavily used in horse care. Young foals would eat it for the Lysine that provides more protein than most milk.
How much fat is in Soybean Meal?
While we concern ourselves with the levels of fat in our feed, Soybean Meal packs around 20% of fat. That’s not bad in regards to nutritional value of soybeans. Most soybean seeds are an accumulation of proteins and fats. The percentage spread gets kicked up a notch when soybeans get processed for livestock food.
Knowing what your animals need to eat lets you have a better farm management. Nothing fits that better than soybean related feed. If most major livestock can eat it, it supplies ample protein and fiber…then why not?
Where to buy Soybean Meal near me?
Faubert Feeds NON GMO Soybean Meal is available to all of our farming friends within the greater Quebec area. But, we even all of Canada to stop by and check us out.