Corn distiller's dried grains with solubles are the nutrient-rich coproduct of dry-milled ethanol production and have a high content of valuable protein, high calorific value and bioelements, making it useful in feed for livestock.
Corn gluten meal is the byproduct of the wet-milling of corn for the production of starch or ethanol. Corn gluten meal is a good source of energy and protein and is often blended with other ingredients for use in livestock feed for cattle.
Corn hominy is a byproduct from the manufacturing of pearl hominy, hominy grits or table meal from corn. Although it shares similarities with ground corn, it has slightly more energy and protein and is highly palatable for ruminate livestock such as cattle, as well as poultry, and is ideal for adding to grain mixtures or feed blends.
Corn screenings are the entire kernel, broken, ground or fractured. They may contain incidental whole kernels and must consist of 70% or more of corn and may contain no more than 30% of admixture.
Steamflaked corn is corn that has gone through a steam flaking process in which moisture and heat over time are added to soften the corn before passing through rolls, increasing the surface area of the grain, improving the starch digestibility and enhancing ruminant performance of the feed. Ideal for use with ruminate livestock such as cattle.