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Unread July 20th, 2011, 03:47
highplains highplains is offline
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I am curious as to what you guys would think of a 100% DDGs range cube .
Cube has 0 fillers and 0 binders , crude protein is between 25 and 30 % , fat
is between 7 and 10 % , total digestible nutrients between 69 and 72 % ,acid
detergent fiber between 11 and 13 % . cube is very strong and can be delivered
in bulk with very little waste . price is in the $375.00 per ton range . As stated ,
i am curios as to what kind of a reception a product like this would have .
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Unread July 20th, 2011, 11:52
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not really sure what to make of that last post . i did however enjoy reading it .
the range cube I am speaking of was introduced at the july 2011 indiana ethanol expo and workshop .
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Unread July 20th, 2011, 18:40
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The feed value looks good enough for purpose, I am not sure what the prices are in the USA at the moment, but with the drought in the southern states, it is a good time to launch a new product, if the price is competitive.
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