Pelleted green waste offers a particular advantage in the storage and transport of the otherwise quite voluminous material and serves as a special source of nutrients for animal feed.
Sugar beet pellets can be produced from the remains of sugar beet. Their particular advantage is their high nutritional value, which makes this component ideal for use in the production of concentrated feed.
The generic term bran is used to describe all the cereal husks that are produced, for example, during the grinding of the product into meal. These cereal brans usually have a high fibre content and are therefore perfectly suitable for human and animal nutrition. By pelleting the bran, you will achieve a higher bulk density and can thus proportion the product more precisely.
Oil press cakes are produced when oilseeds such as soya or rape are processed. They serve as a particularly nutrient-rich component in the production of animal feed.