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Liver Meal
by Gary Pfalzbot
About the Author

Liver Meal is a high protein specialty product manufactured from whole livers. These materials are processed under controlled time and temperature conditions and then dried to provide a fine meal product. The protein and fat content of this product provide for an exceptional source of energy and a real liver flavor for specialty pet food formulas.

Liver Meal performs as an excellent ingredient in pet food formulas, as well as aquaculture feeds. Suggested usage levels of 1 to 3% will provide significant palatability increase when applied externally if mixed with fat prior to joint application. Internal application can also result in increased palatability at usage levels of 3 to 6%.

Typical Analysis
Protein 62.0% min.
Moisture 10.0% max.
Fat 20.0% max.
Ash 7.0% max.

 

Amino Acid Profile
Aspartic Acid 5.60% Tryptophan 0.93%
Serine 3.09% Threonine 3.08%
Hydroxyproline 0.01% Glutamic Acid 10.28%
Proline 3.29% Glycine 3.79%
Alanine 3.48% Cystine 0.91%
Valine 3.75% Methionine 1.23%
Isoleucine 2.04% Leucine 5.41%
Tyrosine 2.22% Phenylalanine 2.08%
Hydroxylysine 0.01% Histidine 2.17%
Arginine 4.41% Lysine- Total 4.34%
Storage and Handling Storage in unopened containers may be indefinite. However to maintain full nutritional value recommended storage at room temperature is three months.
Standard Packaging Liver Meal is packaged in 50 lb. poly- lined double wall paper bags. Other packaging arrangements are negotiable.

Caution: Any recommendations given here should be considered as general only and may not apply in your specific situation. All final recommendations should be made by a qualified person familiar with your particular circumstances.

About the author: Gary Pfalzbot is a Service Connected Disabled Veteran and the web master of GoatWorld as well as some other web sites. He has raised goats over the years, been involved with 4-H (as a young boy) and currently resides in Colorado where he and his wife Pam raise a few breeds of goats and other animals, and primarily author the GoatWorld web site to continue to inform, educate, and promote the industry.

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