Adjusting the water content of the raw material is one of the primary processing methods for making grass pellets. Prior to adding water to meet processing requirements, you must first determine the water content of the raw material. The analysis determined that grass pellets made of leguminous forage should have an optimal water content of 14–16%, while gramineous forage grass should have a water content of 13–15%. Pellet feed mills are typically used in grass grain processing. The temperature of grass meal can reach about 80 °C under normal circumstances due to the effect of mixing by feed mixer machine and extruding in the process of rolling grains. The water content of the grass grain is typically between 11 and 13 percent after cooling from a high temperature. However, this water content can vary between 3 and 5 percent depending on the temperature. It is suitable for long-term storage without going moldy because of the low water content. To meet the nutritional needs of various livestock and poultry, grass particles of all kinds of different nutrients can be combined. And a rolling machine can change the particle size based on the demands. Chicken Feed Pellet Machine Advantages


Benefits of grass pellets.

  1. Seasons have a big impact on the fodder's growth and use. In the winter, forage dries out and turns yellow with fewer nutrients, but in the summer, forage grows vigorously with more nutrients so that livestock cannot consume them. Therefore, the livestock and poultry can be fed with the grass pellets preserved in the process of mowing, drying, and crushing in winter in order to make full use of the grass in the warm season to make the effect to come true.
  2. rapid transformation. We can produce more meat, eggs, and milk with less forage if we feed the animals and poultry grass feed pellets in the winter.
  3. small volume. Only about one-fourth of the volume of the raw materials is made up of grass pellets, which is better for storage and transportation. Additionally, both humans and animals benefit from less dust in terms of health.
  4. to make forage more palatable and higher quality.

For instance, sweet clover has a coumarin flavor that livestock generally dislike. However, it develops into a different forage with a strong flavor and high nutritional value.

  1. to disperse the fodder source.

like caragana, the best kind of quinoa, and hedysarummaxim. et cetera, whose heavy branches transform into advantageous forage after being crushed into grass pellets. Additionally, by-products of other crops like straw, abortive shells, and all types of leaves can be converted into grass pellets and used to feed animals and poultry.

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