Mash Pro 30 has a distinctive fresh aroma and a golden brown colour. It has a finer texture than traditional Brewer’s grains, as the malted barley is ground rather than left whole prior to the brewing process.
When fed on its own in a trough, stock find Mash Pro 30 a little less easy to consume than traditional Brewers grains so should be given the opportunity to acclimatise to its physical nature. The best feeding method is to include in a mixture, usually in a total mixed ration.
Mash Pro 30 is nutritionally similar to Brewers grains but substantially higher in Crude Protein. It has a different appearance due to the malted barley being ground rather than left whole prior to the brewing process. This results in a product slightly higher in dry matter. Mash Pro 30 also undergoes more heat treatment during production than traditional Brewer’s grains, giving a higher level of quality bypass protein (DUP).
• Dairy Cows Up to 15 kg depending on the total diet status
• Beef Up to 40% of the total dry matter intake depending on diet status, particularly the protein level