Canola Meal

Canola Meal

  • 230641
  • Brown solid grain
  • 121957-95-7
  • Canola Meal, Rapeseed Meal
  • 420 @ 50 kg PP/PE Bags
    21 MT / 20'FCL
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36% Min



  • Protein Source


Brief Overview

Canola meal—also known as rapeseed meal, is by-product of extraction process of oil from canola (Brassica sp.). It is widely used to feed all class of livestock considering its generous amount of protein content. Rapeseed or canola oil massive production causes high supply of rapeseed meal, therefore it is developing into valuable ingredient for animal feed. Canola meal has high levels of methionine and cysteine, its amino acid profile is well suited for animal feeding. It is palatable to feed ruminants, swine, poultry, and aquaculture.


Manufacturing Process

Most of the manufacturing process of canola meal started with prepress solvent extraction, by separating the oil from the meal. The prepress solvent extraction generally includes seed cleaning, seed preconditioning and flaking, seed cooking, pressing the flake to mechanically remove a portion of the oil, solvent extraction of the press-cake to remove the remainder of the oil, desolventizing and toasting of the meal, drying and cooling of the meal.

  • Feed raw material

  • Good source of protein and amino acids for livestock, poultry, and fish

  • Proven to support high levels of production in livestock species
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