Cassava is grown in tropical countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, in Vietnam cassava is planted in Northern. Cassava root can be used to produce cassava chips, cassava pellets, and cassava starch, which are in high demand throughout the world. Cassava pulp is the solid, moist by-product of cassava starch manufacture, and it represents approximately 10 to 15% of the original root weight. As cassava starch production increases, so does the large volume of waste by-product generated.
However, an abundance of byproduct still remains. According to composition values, cassava pulp contains 69.89% starch, 1.70% ash, 1.55% CP, 27.75% CF, and 0.12% EE on a DM basis. The fiber content of dried cassava pulp (DCP) is reportedly in the form of insoluble fiber. Suksombat et al reported the fiber components of DCP as 36.7% NDF, 9.8% ADF, and 3.9% acid detergent lignin.
We provide to customers cassava in two types: dried cassava pulp and cassava silage.
Use for animal feed
Benefit: Increase of milk production, daily increase of fattening calves growth.
Reduce production cost and labor required for feeding, less feed selection by the cow, synchronization of carbohydrate and protein availability in the rumen, and lower rumen acidity
by Jumbo/PP bag as customer requested.
By: Sea, Air, Trucking
Port of loading: Hai phong/HCM