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Feed Composition Table of livestock feed ingredients

Below is a table of the nutritional content of animal feed ingredients. There are lots of materials that can be used.

Starting from grass, agricultural waste, livestock waste, industrial waste, vitamin sources, mineral sources, and additives.

It should be noted that the table of the nutritional content of animal feed ingredients is global in nature. This means that the contents of the table are not separated between ingredients for poultry and ruminants.

We have to decide for ourselves what kind of material will be used for the ration.

For ruminants, feed ingredients of animal origin should not be given. For example fish meal, meat, and bone egg (MBM), snail meal, blood meal, hair meal, and others are not allowed for cows, goats, buffalo, and sheep.

This can lead to mad cow disease.

As for poultry, almost all ingredients can be used.

However, poultry needs feed with high protein content and very little crude fiber.

Usually, the ingredients for poultry are feed products from animals and agricultural waste.

It’s not limited to that. But flour that comes from forage, has high crude fiber. Their use should be limited. If not, the poultry’s performance could decrease.

Apart from the things above, the terms of feed also need to be understood. So that you don’t misunderstand the amount of nutritional content of the feed ingredients themselves.

For example dry weight.

Dry weight is the weight of the feed after deducting the water content. Suppose elephant grass has 19% dry weight. This means that the water content is 81%.

If we cut 100 kg of elephant grass, the dry weight of the elephant grass that we cut will be 19 kg.

Then, the crude protein (PK) value of elephant grass was 10%. This PK value is calculated from the dry weight. Not fresh weight after cutting.

So, for example, elephant grass above, then the PK of 100 kg of fresh elephant grass is 10% x 19 kg = 1.9 kg.

Likewise, calculations for crude fiber, fat, ash, Ca, and P. The method of calculating it is the same as the elephant grass above.

Feed Composition Table of animal feed ingredients

No

Grass/forage

DM.

(%)

CP.

(%)

CF

(%)

Fat

(%)

Ash

(%)

BETN

(%)

Ca

(%)

P

(%)

1.

Elephant grass

18.98

10.19

34.15

1.64

11.73

42.29

2.

Silaged Elephant Grass

*

6.20

44.74

2.65

11.54

34.87

3.

Field Grass

35.41

6.69

34.19

1.78

9.70

47.64

4.

Brach brizantha Grass

18.21

11.01

34.12

1.18

10.12

43.57

5.

Brach decumbens Grass

16.98

11.42

27.00

2.14

10.78

4866

0.29

0.60

6.

Digitaria decumbens

15.82

12.72

37.97

1.76

9.34

38.22

7.

Setaria sphacelata

13.95

12.67

34.95

1.99

9.60

40.79

8.

Andropogon nodosis

*

3.54

39.39

0.68

5.12

51.27

0.63

0.17

9.

Megathyrsus maximus

*

18.37

27.40

3.81

13.08

37.34

10.

Stylosanthes

18.80

16.62

36.45

1.59

7.06

38.28

11.

Centrosema

19.27

19.61

35.54

1.20

8.22

35.43

12.

Des. Nusitatum

13.19

18.53

31.77

3.06

10.14

36.50

13.

Hymenachine amplexicaulis (Rudge) Nees

31.04

11.49

33.67

2.18

6.93

45.73

14.

River Grass

*

9.05

38.26

1.48

9.32

41.89

15.

Imperata cylindrica

17.14

8.36

37.74

1.80

6.58

45.52

16.

Dried Grass

*

8.49

31.09

1.41

9.10

49.91

17.

Dried grass + Rice Straw

*

5.80

31.55

1.20

16.53

44.92

18.

Molases grass

17.18

8.68

33.94

2.11

11.40

43.87

0.88

0.72

19.

Leucaena leucocephala leaves

*

30.58

11.94

3.50

7.79

46.01

20.

Flour of Leucaena leucocephala leaves

*

48.07

11.95

6.13

9.32

24.53

21.

Sesbania grandiflora leaves

*

23.48

9.38

3.51

10.10

53.53

22.

Rice straw

*

3.93

32.99

0.87

22.44

39.77

23.

Cassava leaves

20.35

8.95

30.92

1.46

10.74

47.93

0.67

0.36

24.

Stem of Cassava plant

13.40

1.75

23.49

1.32

10.43

63.01

25.

Stem & Cassava Leaves

23.31

3.98

33.29

1.59

49.79

11.35

26.

Red  Triticum spp leaves

30.57

5.83

30.82

2.59

9.51

51.25

27.

White Triticum spp Leaves

29.49

6.16

29.87

2.89

9.05

52.03

28.

White Triticum spp Stem

13.83

0.84

34.66

0.62

3.67

60.21

29.

Red Triticum spp Stem

16.72

0.92

34.56

1.04

6.93

56.55

30.

Saccharum officinarum leaves

27.92

5.65

35.82

1.44

67.77

49.32

31.

Stem + Leaves of Saccharum officinarum

15.34

5.75

49.23

1.53

11.25

40.54

32.

Metroxylon sagu Rottb. stem

37.28

0.84

5.19

0.28

7.63

86.06

33.

Morus

*

18.25

15.78

4.83

14.24

46.90

34.

bombyx mori pupa

*

60.11

5.72

19.20

10.41

4.56

35.

Crassocephalum crepidioides

*

18.25

15.78

4.83

14.24

46.90

36.

Datura metel

8.61

31.55

12.16

4.89

14.58

36.82

Feed Ingredient composition table for concentrates

No Materials for DM.

(%)

CP.

(%)

CF.

(%)

Fat

(%)

Ash

(%)

BETN

(%)

Ca

(%)

P

(%)

Concentrates
1. Yellow corn 87.08 7.68 3.78 2.72 1.65 84.17 1.10 0.41
White corn 88.79 9.64 0.82 3.69 1.58 84.27 1.00 0.44
Corn sieve 88.31 10.92 0.78 3.13 1.64 83.53 0.63 0.83
Corn Flour 87.27 9.91 2.45 4.64 4.06 78.94
2. Cassava pulp 85.69 1.55 10.44 0.36 1.03 86.62
3. Brown rice 82.29 9.36 1.31 1.62 1.82 85.89
Grain rice 88.75 7.85 10.97 1.05 6.47 73.66 0.55 0.59
Groats rice 88.95 9.12 1.57 24.96 1.97 62.38
Groats and grain rice 87.05 9.78 1.18 24.75 4.12 60.17
Roughf rice bran 85.65 12.99 13.82 9.00 10.88 54.31
Fine rice bran 89.61 15.88 8.54 9.11 9.75 56.72
4. Soybeans 91.34 38.65 7.59 14.42 9.04 30.30
Roasted Soybeans 92.55 30.65 8.14 13.65 6.83 40.73
Steamed Soybeans 93.16 39.81 6.47 16.23 11.18 26.31
Glycine soja 91.59 35.64 6.35 12.27 8.78 36.96
Soybeans meal 89.50 31.71 6.78 12.52 6.86 42.13
Oilcake soybeans 88.61 46.27 8.62 14.98 8.20 21.93
agricultural by-products of soybeans 90.94 20.56 2.21 6.48 7.97 62.78
5. Vigna radiata 87.79 27.37 3.88 1.48 3.71 63.56 1.06 0.78
Roasted Vigna radiata 88.73 24.34 5.79 1.54 8.26 60.07
Vigna radiata Flour 84.87 25.31 6.40 0.70 4.91 62.68
6. Phaseolus vulgaris 86.29 28.96 4.45 4.84 4.52 57.23
Phaseolus vulgaris Flour 85.49 29.16 6.01 1.30 6.21 57.32
7. Vigna unguiculata subsp. unguiculata 88.88 42.33 7.18 1.45 3.92 45.12 0.92 0.73
8. Foxtail millet 91.63 12.16 9.59 2.52 3.53 72.20
9. Arachis hypogaea Oilcace 88.84 31.37 6.26 11.36 6.25 44.76
10. Coconut Oilcake 90.69 23.40 13.39 15.49 6.58 41.14
Oilcace of oilpalms 92.94 14.78 11.57 21.87 2.78 49.00
coconut pulp 91.05 12.17 15.12 31.38 5.00 36.33 0.53 0.24
11. Leucaena leucocephala grains 94.93 23.47 14.56 6.64 4.36 50.97
Leucaena leucocephala grains Flour 90.08 35.14 11.96 6.56 2.66 43.68
Leucaena leucocephala grains Flour 87.62 35.05 16.59 4.85 4.50 39.01
12. white wheat 89.98 1.80 30.87 1.00 4.36 61.97
Red wheat 88.08 3.55 31.44 1.35 7.72 55.94
wheat flour 88.20 11.55 1.40 2.80 9.36 74.89
Wheat bran 87.39 18.26 6.94 4.72 4.42 65.66
Fine wheat bran 89.29 16.69 9.91 3.54 4.96 64.90
13. Molasses 82.52 3.06 0 0 10.31 86.63
14. Sorghum 87.74 10.03 1.82 3.00 2.61 82.54
15. Bulgur 90.65 12.86 1.52 1.41 1.65 82.56
16. beer dregs 95.80 33.74 19.15 6.06 3.98 37.07
17. Tofu dregs 97.10 24.56 23.58 10.13 3.51 38.22
18. Urea (N) 41.61
19. anchovy 95.13 44.98 1.05 7.55 41.78 4.64 7.11 4.85
Fish Flour 89.74 49.03 5.66 4.71 35.51 5.09 11.28 2.76
Anchovy Flour 89.80 37.82 0.68 6.52 22.64 32.34 5.52 3.32
Head fish Flour 92.25 40.83 1.78 10.31 35.01 12.07 13.24 6.33
21. Tilapia fish Flour 92.33 33.62 0.61 13.70 35.19 16.88 10.81 4.83
22. blood Flour 89.22 80.31 5.07 0.76 7.90 5.96 0.93 0.29
23. Shrimp head Flour 88.68 32.35 21.42 0.80 39.13 6.30 16.34 2.83
24. Dried shrimp Flour 86.63 32.08 21.03 0.76 39.35 6.78 17.70 2.48
25. Snail 94.83 13.47 7.81 1.03 52.14 26.23 41.95 0.09
26. Anadara granosa Flour 94.93 2.08 20.56 0.07 60.74 16.55 54.66 0.02
27. toad skin 91.77 8.20 0.71 2.27 14.33 74.49 4.06 2.81
Toad Flour 92.42 59.42 0.77 7.12 0.86 31.83 7.41 3.04
29. Skim Milk 92.21 36.53 0 1.14 8.40 54.93 2.19 0.32
30. CSM 90.85 18.00 1.33 2.14 4.52 74.01
31. Snail + Shell Flour 97.54 5.11 9.24 0.32 58.70 26.63  

 

 

 

Feed composition table for ruminant concentrates

Ingredients DM TDN CP Fiber Ca P
Beer dregs 22 65 25 19.2 0.05 0
pineapple pulp 20 68 3.4 14.5 0.26 0.09
Tofu dregs 16.2 78 23.7 23.6 0.28 0.66
Sago dregs 80.4 58 1.2 10.8
Cotton seed 86 74.3 22.1 19.7 0.15 0.44
Coconut Oilcake 86 73 21.6 12.1 1.65 0.21
Oilpalm oilcake 86 70 15 19.7 0.24 0.62
Rough rice bran 86 14 7.6 27.8 0.23 1.28
Fine rice bran 86 81 13.8 11.6 0.12 1.51
Cacao Rind 88.9 47 14.6 33
Corn bran 86 81 11.3 5 0.06 0.73
White corn 86 81 10 2.6 0.02 0.3
Yellow corn 86 80 10.3 2.5 0.03 0.26
kapok seeds Flour 86 74 31.7 24 0.47
Cassava dregs 28.7 69 1.2 3.7 0.15 0.15
Wheat Pollard 88.4 86 18.7 7.7 0.1 0.9
Molasses 77 53 5.4 10 1.09 0.12

Table of forage feed and its nutritional content for cows

Name DM TDN CP CF Ca P
 Gliricidia maculata 27 76 25.2 18 0.67 0.19
Calliandra 16 62 27.7 29
Dried Leucaena leucocephala 86 71 23.7 18 1.4 0.21
Fresh Leucaena leucocephala 29 77 23.4 21.3 2.06 0
Fresh Sesbania grandiflora 17 70 25.1 17.5 1.26 0.48
Megathyrsus maximus 24 53 5.4 33.6 0.67 0.25
Brachiaria decumbens 19 52 7 35 0.22
B. Ruzisiensis 20 53 8.3 32.5
Elephant grass 18 51 9.1 33.1 0.51 0.51
King grass 22 54 13.5 34.1
Young corn plant 22 58 8 25.7 0.28 0.14
Corn plant 112 days 31 68 8 25.7 0.6 0.1
Steud. Digitaria eriantha 23 53 8.3 33.5 0.48 0.26
B. Mutica (R. Para) 21 55 10.5 29.5 0.38 0.19
Setaria grass 20 55 9.5 31.7 0.8 0.5
Saccharum officinarum 22 55 5 33.5
Calopogonium muconoides 23 68 22.1 28.8 1.81 0.1
Centrosema pubescens. se 25 61 16.6 25 1.19 0.4
Kudzu 26 62 17.4 30.7 1.26 0.41
Stylosanthes Segar 25 57 9.6 31.3 0.7 0.19
Stylosanthes. Hay 86 57 11.4 33.1 0.67 0.21
Dried Rice straw 86 39 3.7 35.9 1.42 0.21
Peanut straw 86 56 14.7 30
Soybean straw 86 76 19.1 18 1.5 0.2
Banana Leaves 16 70 14.4 23.1 1.16 0.23
cassava leaves 15 62 25 18 1 0.5

Table of limits on the use of feed for poultry

Bahan

Hens

Broiler

Starter % Grower% Layer% Starter% Finisher%
Corn 60 60 70 60 60
Sorghum 25 40 40 25 40
Rice bran 10 15 30 10 10
Cassava meal 8 10 10 8 10
Pollard 5 15 30 15 20
Wheat 10 20 40 10 30
molasses 2 2 2 2 2
Chalk 5 5 5 5 5
Clam shells 2 3 5 1 3
Shrimp by product 5 5 8 5 5
Soybean oilcake 30 30 40 30 40
Peanut oilcake 5 7,5 15 5 7,5
coconut oilcake 10 15 25 15 15
Cotton seed Flour 5 5 10 2,5 5
Fish Flour 7 8 10 7 10
feather flour 2 5 5 5 5
Meat Flour 7 7 7 7 7
Snail Flour 3 3 3 3 3

Additive feed table

Fungtion Nambe Doses
Pellet binder Sodium Bentonite 5 12 kg / ton
Anti Fungus

propionic acid

Less than 1% in ration
Acetic acid
Sorbic acid
Ammonium propane

Probiotic

Lactobacillus Less than 1% in ration
Streptococus
Bacillus
Aspergillus
Rhizopus
Saccharomyces
Enzyme Cellulase enzymes
Ligninase enzyme
hemicellulase
Phytase enzymes
Smell control Deodrase 100 – 150 grams/ton ration
Worm controller

piperazine

hygromycin.

Reference

Basic animal feed. Directorate of vocational high school development, Ministry of Education and Culture.

Animal Feed Material Knowledge. Laboratory Team for Feed Science and Technology, Faculty of Animal Science IPB

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