Soy Hulls

Soy hulls are a by-product of soybean processing for oil and meal production. Soy hulls consist of primarily of the skin covering the soybean. Typically soy hulls do not need further processing to feed. The ‘super’ fibre in soy hulls is rapidly fermented, highly digestible and may contain substantial amounts of pectin.

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Soy Hulls

Soy Hulls are utilised in diets for dairy cattle as partial replacements for forage and concentrate. The fibre of soybean hulls is very digestible and coupled with a very low non-structural carbohydrate content the product is an excellent energy and fibre source. This results in a more favourable rumen fermentation pattern.

The low lignen and high digestibility means the energy provided for a high fibre diet by soy hulls is similar to that of corn.

Typical Analysis

NutrientUnitConstituent
Dry Matter%91
Crude Protein%11.5
MEMJ/kgDM11
Moisture%9
Crude Fibre%36
NDF%67
ADF%45
Crude Fat%2.5
Calcium%0.6
Potassium%1.5
Lignin%3
Total Digestible Nutrients%72

 

Dry Matter                     91%
Crude Protein               11.5%
ME                                  11MJ/kg/DM
Moisture                        9%
Crude Fibre                   36%
NDF                                67%
ADF                                45%
Crude Fat                      2.5%
Calcium                         0.6%
Potassium                    1.5%
Lignin                             3%
Total digestible            72%
nutrients

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Due to the constant change in prices, we aren’t able to specify the costs for our products on our website. Feel free to contact us for up to date pricing, flexible contract arrangements, and delivery times on our products.

Soya hulls may be used without major restrictions in properly formulated beef and dairy rations. Soya hulls can be fed on the feed pad, via some feed systems in the shed or on a trailer/in a trough in the paddock.

Using soybean hulls in energy-dense dairy ration especially high starch diets may improve animal performance.

Like all feeds, Soy hulls should be stored dry, in bulk bins or placed on cement slabs (away from vermin and protected from the weather). Soy hulls come in a pellet form; however, due to the high fibre content the pellet is soft and may have a high meal content at time of delivery.

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