Corn Germ

Maize germ meal (corn germ meal) is the by-product of oil extraction from maize germs obtained from maize processing. It is a product of moderate to good nutritive value suitable for all classes of livestock but its composition is highly variable. Corn germ is considered as a good ingredient for all livestock species. It has high absorbency for liquids, such as molasses and tallow, and is useful as a carrier for liquid nutrients. It is important to note that corn germ is actually part of a continuum of loosely named by-products yielded by the wet milling and dry milling maize industries. Products sold under these names may contain variable or even substantial amounts of bran, endosperm fragments and other residues.


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