Definition of Animal Feed

Definition of Animal Feed

High-quality animal feeds, much like good food, are nutrient-dense and serve as a cornerstone to a healthy lifestyle. This means: no fillers, no chemical additives or preservatives, no chemical residues, and no empty calories. Fresh and healthy feed is nutritionally balanced, delicious, and promotes superior physical performance and mental health. For millennia, feed mills have been the warp and woof of villages and regional societies. A mill is part of a production chain, no link of which can do without the other: farmer – miller – producer. An organic feed mill maintains this social and economic tradition, serving as the center of the sustainable organic production chain and supporting the growth of a viable food system.

Cheap feed and good quality of mushroom threads(Mycelia) produce high value protein from cheap residues or from the residues of mushroom farms .Which substrate can be converted can produce animals feed from these threads A large work to simulate these threads and improve the soil and reconstruction will serve the production of green crops and be far away from chemical fertilizers. Do we need to treat these threads like fermentation or adding natural substances that do not cost us much that the animal or chicken will accept!!

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