value of wood-sugar molasses as a feed for fattening swine

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The value of wood-sugar molasses as a feed for fattening swineAuthor: William Nelson Young. After removal from the digester the sugar solution is cooled to C and neutralized with lime.

The resulting sugar solution contains % simple sugars and is concentrated to a syrup for feeding. One ton of wood will yield about ton of sugars. TheAn average of about gallons of wood-sugar mo- lasses can be produced from 1 ton of the usual sawmill wood waste. It would require 80 percent of this wood waste to feed 3 pounds of wood-sugar molas- a day to each head of cattle in the United Size: KB.

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Sugar cane juice and "A" molasses can thus replace totally cereals in the diets of local Baxuyen pigs from weaning up to slaughter. KEY WORDS: Pigs, growth, fattening, sugar cane juice, "A" molasses, cereals, Vietnam.

Introduction. Molasses, from sugar beets or cane, is a common enough food ingredient throughout most of the world, yet it is rarely used in piglet diets beyond a mere 2 percent to 5 percent.

The reasons for using even such a low amount of molasses are far beyond nutritional, focusing mostly on the pellet-binding properties of molasses, and of course, on its taste-enhancing qualities in animal feed.

Due to carcass fat quality concerns when feeding high levels of dietary unsaturated fat, both iodine value (IV) and iodine value product (IVP) are listed for each ingredient. The iodine value for each ingredient reflects the fat saturation level of each ingredient.

A lower iodine value indicates a higher degree of fat saturation in the ingredient. poultry feed. Over tons of molasses were produced in pilot plants and sent to universities, agricultural experiment stations, and other agencies for feeding tests with milk cows, beef cattle, calves, lambs, pigs, and poultry (5,6).

In general, the tests indicated that wood-sugar molasses is a. Fermin, D., Fermin, R., Pila, A. and Mena, A. Sugarcane juice as a substitute for maize and molasses in diets for fattening pigs.

Tropical Animal Production, – Fernandez, A. and Hughes-Jones, M. Rumen fermentation and rumen function in bulls receiving a basic diet of molasses/urea supplemented with poultry litter, sweet potato forage or wheat bran.

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To avoid the risk of diarrhoea the molasses fed pigs were restricted to kg per day of molasses for the first 30 days, rising to kg per day up to slaughter.

The molasses was mixed with water in a ratio of molasses to water, and offered in a single trough to the pigs 4 - 5 times per day. Molasses has been used as a livestock feed for more than years, serving multiple roles in animal diets: nutritional contribution, palatability enhancement, nutrient density, dust control, and improved physical characteristics of mixed rations.

Molasses as Stock Feed The value of molasses as feed is based mostly on its sugar content (around 50 per cent).

In comparison with the carbohydrates in concentrated form, molasses contains a small amount of protein, but it provides also a certain amount of non-protein, non-sugars which have some nutrient value especially for ruminants.

pigs on the Molasses/Fat product consumed lb more dry matter than did the control pigs. Applications Molasses/Fat combination, a liquid product with approximately 80% liquid molasses and 20% fat, can be incorporated into swine rations up to 10%.

sumed to have a feeding value of %. Grain sorghum (milo), for ex-ample, has a feeding value about 95% that of corn. Thus, milo can re-place corn in the diet when the price of milo is less than 95% of the price of the same weight of corn.

For example, if corn costs $/lb, milo would become more economi-cal to feed when it is less than. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link).

Despite being ages old, molasses remains the reclusive privilege of those who are accustomed to using it. Molasses, from beets or cane, contains around 50 percent simple sugars (sucrose, glucose and fructose).This fact alone gives it a tremendous value in. Energy -- from carbohydrates and fats in the feed.

Farm grown grains are usually the cheapest source of energy for hogs. Corn and milo (grain sorghum) are popular feed grains. Wheat, oats, and barley may also be used for feeding hogs. Energy Sources for Swine Ground Grain Feed Value Max Ration Content For Sow and Pigs Corn % % Milo 95%.

In India, laying hens fed to 30% molasses (replacing maize grain) gave the best laying performance (hen-day production, total mass of eggs, cost of feed/12 eggs) at % molasses in the diet.

Feed efficiency decreased at 30% but was still higher than for the control diet (Sharma et al., ). WOOD-SUGAR MOLASSES FROM WOOD WASTE1 By ELWIN E.

HARRIS, Chemist Specialist Recent work at the U. Forest Products Laboratory has been directed toward the production of molasses from wood waste. A process has just been developed at the Laboratory that yields from to gallons of molasses from each ton of wood. THE NUTRITIVE VALUE OF WOOD MOLASSES AS COMPARED WITH CANE MOLASSES 1 N.

COLOVOS~ H. KEENER, J. PRESCOTT A~D A. TEERI2 New Hampshire Agrivultura~ Jg~periment ~tation, Durham One of the many objectives of the Forest Products Laboratory of the U. Forest Service at Madison, Wis., is to find and develop new uses for low quality wood and wood wastes.

He has also conducted cattle-feeding research on the energy value of feeds, growth enhancers and nutrition management. Retired as a Texas Tech University emeritus professor, where he was a Horn Distinguished Professor and held the Thornton Endowed Chair, his current address is Spyglass Drive, Bellingham, Wash., in rations of swine, although small may be included with other supplements w^hich contain proteins of high biological value.

Gluten meal is fed under much the same conditions as gluten feed and is generally considered somewhat more valuable in keeping with its higher protein content.

Hom- feed is generally used as a replace. Molasses vs Sugar - In-Depth Nutrition Comparison. Compare Molasses to Sugar by vitamins and minerals using the only readable nutrition comparison tool. I mix dry molasses (about $12 per 50 lbs at the feed store) with the spent brew grain for my hogs.

I found they weren't too fond of the spent grain alone. I also mix cracked corn about 50/50 with the grains. Waiting for the weather to warm up so I can get oats, turnips, beets, etc.

started and back off the feed store corn. Feed Composition Tables: Use this to mix your cattle feed rations Listed below are commonly used cattle feedstuffs and their nutritional breakdown. Two experiments were conducted to determine the effects of lactose, sucrose, and molasses in simple and complex diets for nursery pigs.

In Experiment 1, weaned pigs ( kg) were used in a Expansion of pig industry depends to a large extent on the availability of good quality pig feeds in sufficient quantity and at affordable price. Feed accounts for 60% to 70% of the total cost of production.

Pigs is a mongastric animal. Quality of a good Pig Food: Pig food must be fresh and not stale. Table 4 demonstrates that the increased feed intake by pigs receiving the Molasses/Fat product, which was almost one-half pound per pig per day, was sufficient to more than compensate for the difference in dry matter, such that the pigs on the Molasses/Fat product consumed lb more dry matter than did the control pigs.

Can molasses, beet or cane, be used in diets for young pigs.

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Is it a sweetener, an energy source, or a lactose replacement. In times of high-lactose prices, non-traditional alternatives always resurface with renewed interest and even more questions. So, let me explain&#;€&#. Filed under: Cooking (Molasses) The use of molasses as a feeding material: the physiological and therapeutic action of sugar molasses as food experiments relating to quantities / (London: Baillière, Tindall and Cox, ), by Edouard Curot and J.

Nunn (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). cane molasses for pigs from weaning to a weight of seventy pounds by e. willelt, s. work, 1. henke, an d c. maruyama university of hawaii agricultural experiment station honol ul u, t. october technical.

bulletin no. showed only 75 percent of the feeding value of corn; mixed equal parts with corn. it showed percent of the value of corn. Both beet pulp and dried molasses pulp have more of a tendency to produce growth in a fattening ration than corn does.

Dried molasses pulp has about the same feeding value as dried beet pulp but is somewhat more laxative.The INRA-CIRAD-AFZ feed tables contain chemical data, nutritional data and environmental data of feeds for ruminants, pigs, poultry, rabbits, horses and fish (salmonids).

They include values about more than feeds of plant and animal origin and mineral sources.A review of the nutritive value and utilization of whole cottonseed, cottonseed meal and associated by-products by dairy cattle C.E.

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