Fatory Supply High Quality Meat and Bone Meal
Crude protein ≥50%
Meat and Bone meal is a mixture of crushed and coarsely ground bones and meat
that is used on animal feed. As a slow-release fertilizer, bone meal is primary
used as a source of phosphorus.
by-products (gluten meal), As a result of its high level of essential aminoacids of
good digestibility the compound feed containing it, has a higher yielding and is
cheaper than the ones deprived of it.
1.Colour is light yellow, good palatability, high absorption rate
2.High protein, high energy, rich in various amino acids
3.Rich in iron, phosphorus and copper, zinc, magnesium and other trace elements
4.Low price, can replace fish meal, soybean meal and other protein feed
Meat and bone meal with advanced equipment, through scientific processing technology, for
steam, hot spray, puffing, high-temperature sterilization, hydrolysis of material to produce a
series of physical and chemical changes to further improve digestion and absorption and
palatability. This product raw material is from the slaughterhouse. With fresh bones, meat, oil
residue and other livestock and poultry scraps. Production process is the raw material will be
steamed, hydrolysis, sterilization, degreasing, scientific ingredients, closed drying, grinding,
Meat and bone meal (MBM) is a product of the rendering industry.
Meat and bone meal is primarily used in the formulation of animal feed to improve the amino
acid profile of the feed. Meat and bone meal is widely used in the United States as a low-cost
meat in dog food and cat food.
In Europe, some meat and bone meal is used as ingredients in petfood but the vast majority is
now used as a fossil-fuel replacement for renewable energy generation, as a fuel in cement kilns,
landfilling or incineration.
Meat and bone meal has around two thirds the energy value of fossil fuels such as coal; the UK
in particular widely uses meat and bone meal for the generation of renewable electricity.This
was particularly prominent after many cattle were slaughtered during the BSE crisis.
Meat and bone meal is increasingly used in cement kilns as an environmentally sustainable
replacement for coal.