Wheat Coproducts

About our wheat coproducts

Wheat coproducts are generated during the processing of wheat for food or fuel to remove a portion of the base product. The leftover material is used as a nutritional feed supplement for livestock and poultry. We offer a variety of types of wheat coproducts to choose from. If you have a different need, let us know. We’d be happy to help you find a solution.


Wheat DDGS

Wheat distiller's dried grains with solubles (DDGS) are the nutrient-rich coproduct of the distillation of alcohol and ethanol from wheat grain. It has a high content of valuable protein, high calorific value and bioelements, making it useful in feed for livestock.

Wheat Midds

Wheat Midds

Wheat midds, also know as wheat middlings, are the product of the wheat milling process that is not flour. These byproducts are high in protein and have moderate fat and starch content and are good for use in livestock feed, especially in feed blends and mixtures.

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