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GRAIN - for energy
Corn - from Texas and the Midwest
Corn has a high content of carbohydrates, and is the main energy ingredient in livestock feeds.

Sorghum (Milo) - from Texas
Sorghum is a comparative energy alternative to corn, and requires less rainfall to grow.

PROTEINS - for growth and maintenance
Cottonseed Meal - from West Texas, Arkansas and Mississippi
Cottonseed Meal is a high protein by-product that is extracted from whole cottonseed.

Soybean Meal - from the Midwest
Soybean Meal is high in protein. It is the product remaining from whole soybeans once most of the oil has been removed.

Wheat Middlings - from flour mills in Texas
Wheat Middlings are by-products of flour milling that are rich in protein, phosphorus and potassium.

Rice Bran - from the Gulf areas of Texas
Rice Bran is a by-product of rice milling that contains 20 percent fat, and is a significant source of iron and Vitamin E.

Cottonseed Hulls
Cottonseed Hulls are a by-product of the cotton plant and are a significant source of fiber.

Calcium Carbonates
Calcium Carbonates are raw minerals that are added to feeds as a source of calcium.

Amino Acids
Essential protein source that aids in muscle growth.

Soybean Oil
Soybean Oil is a high-fat energy source that permits safe weight- gain while reducing the