Oil Cake Pelletizing Machine

by Lili C. sales representative
Any part of oil seeds is of great value.If you scrap oil cake, you are losing monery. Oil cake pelleting machine turns oil cake into pellets for animal.
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Making Oil Cake Into Feed Pellets

With the increasingly rising price of feed pellets, oil cake pelletizing has become a novel and effective method of waste products using. Due to their rich protein content, oil cakes are used as animal feed, especially for ruminants and fish. The pelletizing process makes good use of oil cake waste produced by the oil-pressing to make quality pellets. Thus can achieve a considerable cost-saving of many feeders and poultry plant . In other words, oil cake pelletizing is a reasonable process to make waste profitable.

Advantages of Oil Cake Feed Pellets

1. Higher contain of oil and fat will provide the full nutritions to the animals.
2. Improve the animal health and resistant power against the diseases.
3. The oil has mostly unsaturated fatty acid that will help for the early pregnancy of the animals.
4. No anti-nutritional substance exists which adversely affect the animals in reproduction and other body organs like kidney, liver etc.
5. Convenient to transport and store compared to the oil cake waste.
6. Low cost investment, high profit return and eco-friendly.

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