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Farmer Syrup is a high-quality feed material
Farmer Syrup is a high-quality feed material. The product is obtained during the production of fruit juice and pectins. It is a glycogenic feed material which can be used as a valuable supplementary feed product and preservative in cattle feed. It has a good taste and contains some malic acid for an optimal rumen effect.
Highly digestible protein source with beneficial amino acids
Potato protein is a high-quality and highly digestible protein source in the potato industry. After the extraction of starch from potatoes potato juice is left, in which proteins are dissolved. The proteins are extracted from the juice during thermal coagulation. During this process the juice is heated up so that the protein precipitates. After centrifugation and drying potato protein is created.
Resistant Starch
Resistant starch escapes degradation in the rumen. It provides a large supply of glucose provision. Read more about the function of resistant starch.
Protein source with high content of lysine
Pea protein is an ingredient that is released when starch is extracted from peas. The starchy part is used for human food, but a source of high-quality protein is released that contains a high amount of lysine. Once this flow has been stripped of the pea fiber, only the pure protein fraction remains: pea protein.
Easily digestible mineral supplier

Potato ingredients, such as potato flakes, native potato starch and potato protein, are becoming increasingly popular in petfood. These products are naturally extracted from by-products of potato processors.

Starch for energy and binding

Native potato starch is extracted from potatoes. The starch is separated from the potato and dried to a powder of a light white color. The starch gives dogs and cats energy and provides strength in animal nutrition.

Native pea starch for strength and binding

Native potato starch is extracted from potatoes. The starch is separated from the potato and dried to a powder of a light white color. The starch gives dogs and cats energy and provides strength in animal nutrition.

Pea outer fibers

When cleaning the peas the membranes and the skins are separated from the seed. These are the so-called outer fibers. They have been increasingly used in pet food in recent years as a luxury substitute of wheat, corn, soy or beet pulp.

Overwhelming flavour
Apple molasses are a byproduct in the preparation of thick juice from apples. The dark brown liquid contains more fructose and less glucose than sugar beet or cane molasses. Another important benefit may be that the amount of iron and potassium is significantly lower in this product.
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