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Feed Barley / Feed Barley For Animal Feed & Human

Feed Barley

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Feed Barley: Feed Barley For Animal Feed and Human Feed Barley: Quick Details Use: Cattle, Chicken, Pig, goat Grade: A Place of Origin: South Africa Supply Ability Feed Barley: Supply Ability: 50 Ton/Tons per Month Packaging Details: As customer will please.

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Feed barley: Feed Barley For Animal Feed and Human

Feed Barley: Quick Details
Use: Cattle, Chicken, Pig, goat
Grade: A
Place of Origin: South Africa
Supply Ability
Feed Barley: Supply Ability: 50 Ton/Tons per Month
Packaging Details: As customer will please. Please contact

Our product quality, packing and our production environment meet ISO specifications and standards.

Feed Barley: Malting Barley Class A

Moisture: 13% Max
Protein: 10% Min 11.5% Max
Germination Energy: 95% after 5 days
Full Barley: 90%
Below: 2.2 mm Max 3%
Purity of Variety: 95% Min
Foreign Variety: 1% Max
1000 Kernel Weight: 40 gr
HI Weight: Min 67 kg/h

Feed Barley Grade 2

Moisture: 13% Max
Crude Protein: 10% Min
Crude Fiber: 8% Max
Damaged Grains: 2% Max
Grain Impurities: 3% Including Damaged Grains
Foreign Material: 1% Max

Feed Barley: Feed Barley Grade 3

Moisture: 13%
Crude Protein: 10% Min
Crude Fiber: 8% Max
Damaged Grains: 2% Max
Grain Impurities: 3% Including Damaged Grains
Foreign Material: 3% Max

Feed Barley; is an ancient crop dating back to 7000 B.C. and is considered one of the most widely adapted grain crops in the world. Barley is the fourth most important cereal grain in the world, with uses by humans and animals for food, feed and beverages. Grown in temperate regions of the world, barley is more tolerant to drought and saline soils than other cereal grains.

This publication provides information on the nutritional value of barley as feed for livestock when harvested as grain or forage. Guidelines on feeding and processing methods, as well as comparative research data on animal performance, are included.

Energy and Protein Content of Feed Barley
Barley grain is used primarily as an energy and protein source in beef cattle diets. The nutrient content of barley (Table 1) compares favorably with that of corn, oats, wheat, sorghum and field peas.
The energy content of barley is slightly lower than the energy value of corn, wheat and sorghum, partially due to its higher fiber content (neutral detergent fiber, or NDF, and acid detergent fiber, or ADF). The crude protein content of barley is higher than in corn and similar to wheat and oats, but lower than in field peas.Mineral Content of Feed Barley


All cereal grains are low in calcium and relatively high in phosphorus necessitating the use of supplemental calcium in high-grain diets for beef cattle. The phosphorus content of barley is similar to that of other cereal grains. Barley is higher in potassium than corn, wheat or sorghum.