Feed Ingredients

Organic Organic Feed Grade Alfalfa Meal / Pellets  
Organic Feed Grade Alfalfa Meal / Pellets
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Amanda Eustice 952.983.1282
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344
Available in pellet or meal form, dehydrated alfalfa has a high nutritional value and can be fed to a variety of livestock, poultry and horses. Alfalfa pellets are easy to handle and require less space to store when compared to alfalfa meal.  

Organic Feed Grade Barley  
Feed Grade Barley
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344 Midwest / East Coast
Paul Drake 800.328.5188 West Coast
Scott Shiels 306-783-2931 ext. 520 Canada
Organic barley is quickly becoming a major feed ingredient in the fast-growing organic dairy industry. Grain Millers, Inc. supplies organically-grown feed barley across North America. This type of barley is not variety-specific. 

Organic Feed Grade Canola Meal  
Feed Grade Canola Meal
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344 Midwest / East Coast
Paul Drake 800.328.5188 West Coast
Canola is actually an offspring of rapeseed but with lower levels of certain acids and glucose. Canola meal is used as a protein source in animal feeds. It is also a source of vitamins B and E as well as essential minerals. 

Organic Feed Grade Corn  
Feed Grade Corn
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344
Paul Drake 800.328.5188
Yellow corn is the grain of a cereal plant that produces densely-packed ears of grain attached to a central core. Corn is the most widely produced feed grain in the United States. It is primarily used as the main energy ingredient in livestock feed. 

Organic Feed Grade Corn / Soybean Meal Pellets  
Feed Grade Corn / Soybean Meal Pellets
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Paul Drake 800.328.5188
This organic feed product is derived from soybean meal and ground corn. The advantage to the customer is this pellet can be custom-processed to satisfy the nutritional requirements for most feed rations. You determine what percentage of meal or corn is required to meet your dietary standards as a 100% organic feed product. This product can be shipped bulk, bagged, or in one-ton totes. 

Organic Feed Grade Crude Soybean Oil  
Feed Grade Crude Soybean Oil
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Amanda Eustice 952.983.1282
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344
Soybean oil is a high source of energy due to its caloric value. Added to feed, it can provide advantages ranging from improved milk production in dairy cows to improved sow reproduction in swine. Contact Paul Drake for domestic oil and Roger Mortenson for imported oil. 

Feed Grade Flax   /   Organic Feed Grade Flax  
Feed Grade Flax
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Sam Snyder 952.983.1274
Lonnie Beltz 952.983.1297
Grain Millers, Inc. is a major supplier of feed grade flax to the poultry, dairy and pet food industries. Although this flax is grown for human consumption, the more lenient quality specifications required for feed grade produce afford the producer additional opportunities to market a crop that may have been damaged during production. We provide both golden and brown varieties, and our organic flax meets a minimum NOP certification. For more information please visit SafeFlax.com 

Organic Feed Grade Flax Meal  
Feed Grade Flax Meal
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344 Midwest / East Coast
Paul Drake 800.328.5188 West Coast
Flax meal is the by-product of cold-pressing flax seed to remove the oil. Flax has high levels of antioxidants, omega-3 and vitamin E which boost animal health, enhance breeding performance and are good for the immune system. Flax has a higher protein and energy level than corn. 

Feed Grade Ground Oat Hulls  
Feed Grade Ground Oat Hulls
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Dan Patton 952.983.1278
David Shimota 800.328.5188
Clint Walker 306-783-2931 ext. 510 Canada
Oat hulls are composed of hard materials (such as opaline silica and lignin) that protect the seed during growing season. After being removed and ground during the milling process, they become suitable for use as a bedding or source of fiber

Feed Grade Ground Oat Screenings  
Feed Grade Ground Oat Screenings
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
David Shimota 800.328.5188
Dan Patton 952.983.1278
Clint Walker 306-783-2931 ext. 510 Canada
Ground oat screenings are the by-product of cleaning oats. The stems, pin oats, oat hulls, oat chips and weed seeds are separated from the groat during the cleaning process and ground to a finished product. They are used as a fiber and energy source for feed. 

Feed Grade Hominy   /   Organic Feed Grade Hominy  
Feed Grade Hominy
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Brenda Worrick 952.983.1811
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344
Hominy is the by-product of the dry corn milling process. Hominy is a good source of energy and nutrients and is very palatable, making it an excellent feed for all animals. 

Feed Grade Oats   /   Organic Feed Grade Oats  
Feed Grade Oats
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
David Shimota 800.328.5188
Mark Strabley 800.328.5188
Dan Patton 952.983.1278
Paul Drake 800.328.5188 West Coast
A cereal grain used commonly in livestock feeds for chickens, cattle and horses. Feed oats are typically dehulled and rolled or ground into a coarse flour using a roller or hammer mill. Feed oat qualities range from test weights in the high 20’s to the mid 40’s depending on the growing conditions of that year. Purities and condition also vary depending on the customer's choice as well as the animal. 

Feed Grade Oat Groats  
Feed Grade Oat Groats
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
David Shimota 800.328.5188
Dan Patton 952.983.1278
Oat groats are the product of cleaning and dehulling oats and kilning the resulting groats. 

Feed Grade Oat Hulls  
Feed Grade Oat Hulls
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Dan Patton 952.983.1278
Oat hulls are composed of hard materials (such as opaline silica and lignin) that protect the seed during growing season. After being removed during the milling process, they become suitable for use as a bedding or source of fiber

Feed Grade Oat Meal  
Feed Grade Oat Meal
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
David Shimota 800.328.5188
Mark Strabley 800.328.5188
Feed grade oat meal is a mix of kilned oats, oat flakes and oat flour that has been pressed into a meal. 

Feed Grade Oat Screening Pellets  
Feed Grade Oat Screening Pellets
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Mark Strabley 800.328.5188
David Shimota 800.328.5188
Dan Patton 952.983.1278
Ground oat screenings are also sold in pelletized form for ease of handling and reduced storage space. They are typically used in feed rations as a fiber and energy source. 

Organic Feed Grade Peas  
Feed Grade Peas
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344
Peas provide high levels of lysine, an amino acid, and starch. Peas are more widely used in swine and cattle feed versus poultry due to the higher energy value the swine and cattle receive from pea digestion. Peas are available in both green and yellow varieties. There is no difference in nutritional value. 

Organic Feed Grade Soybeans  
Feed Grade Soybeans
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
Amanda Eustice 952.983.1282
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344
Soybeans are the oil- and protein-rich seed of the soybean plant. Soybeans can be roasted or ground and fed directly to livestock. Soybeans are the primary protein source for most livestock feeds. 

Organic Feed Grade Soybean Meal  
Feed Grade Soybean Meal
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344 Midwest / East Coast
Paul Drake 800.328.5188 West Coast
Organic soybean meal consists of soybean cake, ground soybeans chips or ground soybean flakes. The organic meal is processed without the use of solvents and can be either full fat or with most of the oil pressed out. Soybean meal is the primary source of protein for most livestock feeds. 

Feed Grade Steam Rolled Oats  
Feed Grade Steam Rolled Oats
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
David Shimota 800.328.5188
Mark Strabley 800.328.5188
Steam rolled oats are made from kilned, whole groats processed by steaming and flaking

Organic Feed Grade Wheat  
Feed Grade Wheat
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344 Midwest / East Coast
Paul Drake 800.328.5188 West Coast
Scott Shiels 306-783-2931 ext. 520 Canada
Feed grade wheat is a palatable, digestible source of nutrients and energy that is commonly fed to beef cattle. 

Organic Feed Grade Wheat Millrun  
Feed Grade Wheat Millrun
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344 Midwest / East Coast
Paul Drake 800.328.5188 West Coast
Also called wheat midds, wheat millrun is a by-product of the wheat flour milling process. It has about 92% of the energy value of corn and contains more protein. Millrun is a very good feed ingredient for all animals, but is primarily fed to cattle. 

Organic Feed Grade Wheat Screenings  
Feed Grade Wheat Screenings
Contact Phone Availability Conventional Non-GMO Organic
CJ Eisler 952.983.1344 Midwest / East Coast
Paul Drake 800.328.5188 West Coast
Organic wheat screenings are the by-product of the wheat cleaning process in flour milling. They are an economical energy source for livestock. 



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