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QUESTIONS TO ASK THE RICE STRAW & WHEAT STRAW PRODUCER ABOUT THE STRAW

When considering the purchase of rice straw for livestock feed, it is important to con- sider the following :

  • What are the crude protein, ADF, and moisture levels of the rice straw?
  • How many days after harvest was it baled? (Quality decreases with time.)
  • What was the nitrogen fertilization level (if CP is not known)? (The higher the better.)
  • What percent grain retention is there in the heads? (More grain increases the energy value of the rice straw.)
  • Did the harvester have straw choppers? Did it chop the straw in shorter pieces?
  • Is there mold in the straw? (Mold may be harmful to cattle.)
  • Has the straw been covered or rained on? (Rained-on straw is more likely to be moldy.)
  • What size are the bales? (Handling cost per bale?)
  • Were herbicides, pesticides, or desiccants applied to the rice that restricts it for livestock feed use?


HERE IS THE ANSWER ETON BIOMASS ENERGY HAS:-

  • Crude protein:- Wheat Straw 2.6%
  • ADF:- Avg. 50.0%
  • Moisture levels:- 6 to 10%
  • 2-3 days after harvest Rice & wheat straw is baled so as quality does not decrease with time.
  • Higher nitrogen fertilization
  • grain retention in the heads:- 2 to 3 %
  • straw choppers has ability to chop it in different sizes as per customer need. for use of dairy farming finer chopping is opted.
  • Mold free, quality is checked at every step of procurement
  • Scientific Storage of the bales & straw is available with eton biomass energy.
  • we manufacture bales of different size according to the customer need
  • negligible use of herbicides, pesticides, or desiccants

 


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Eton Biomass Energy

Balraj Singh Bhunder, College Road, Sardulgarh, Mansa, Punjab - 151507, India

Mobile : +91-9501042433, +91-7508214684

Call Us : 08048776352

E-mail : etonbioenergy@gmail.com



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