Molale

An extremely palatable free flowing blend of Cane Molasses and distillery syrups, designed to stimulate dry matter intake. Molale provides valuable protein and high energy predominantly as sucrose sugars and residual carbohydrates from grain fermentation and yeast.

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Typical analysis (on a dry matter basis)

Dry Matter (%) [i]60.0
Crude Protein (%) [i]16.0
Energy (MJ ME/kg DM) [i]13.2
Oil (%)Trace
NDF (%) [i]0.0
Starch (%)0.0
Sugar (%)42.0
Total Fermentable Carbohydrates (%)
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What are you trying to achieve?

Need Feature Benefit
Drive intake Highly palatable and attractive aroma. Masks less palatable feed ingredients. Stimulates total feed intake, including home produced feeds, thus lowering feed costs.
Increase milk yield A source of rapidly fermentable sugar energy. Balances rapidly digestible energy sources such as cereals and low protein forages.
Reduce feed costs Can be cost effective alternative to feeding low protein dry feeds.
Reduce ration sorting and minimise dust A binding liquid. Livestock consume a more balanced ration, reducing the risk of acidosis and improving feed efficiency. Less dust reduces feed waste, improves the working environment and feed intakes.
Improve rumen efficiency The distillery syrup in Molale contains high levels of yeast fragments. Stimulates rumen microbial activity leading to increased digestion especially of fibrous feeds.
No processing, ready to feed, easy storage As a result of the inclusion of the distillery syrup, Molale has easy flowing characteristics. Easy to store and convey.

The predicted responses (benefits) assume that the specified nutrient, physical or structural dietary components are limiting livestock performance in the current ration.

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Recommended daily feed rates (per head basis)

Molale can be fed as part of a TMR, within a blend or as a straight liquid by pouring onto other feeds or via ball feeders.

Milking Cows

Up to 4 (typically 2)kg

Dry Cows

Up to 2 kg

Replacement Heifers

Up to 3 kg and up to 20% of the DMI

Calves (to 12 weeks)

Up to 0.5 kg and up to 10% of the DMI

Growing Cattle

Up to 1.5 kg and up to 20% of the DMI

Finishing Cattle

Up to 3 kg and up to 20% of the DMI

Suckler Cows

Up to 4 (typically 2)kg

Ewes and Rams

Up to 0.5 (typically 0.25)kg

Hoggets and Lambs

Up to 0.5 kg and up to 10% of the DMI

DMI = dry matter intake

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Availability, handling and storage

Molale is delivered in 10, 20 and 28t load sizes in 28 tonne bulk articulated tankers and is available UK wide, all year around.

Molale has a specific gravity of 1.30kg/litre or a density of 770 litres per tonne.

Tanks should be built to hold and dispatch bulk liquids. They should be well maintained and cleaned out regularly to prevent the build up of sediment. A minimum 4-inch diameter pipe work is advised to handle Molale

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Additional information

Method of production

Molale is predominantly a blend of Cane Molasses from sugar production and distillery syrups.

Quality Assurance

Molale is a FEMAS-assured product and is marketed by KW Alternative Feeds a UFAS-accredited merchant.

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Detailed typical analysis (fresh basis other than where stated)

Dry matter

%

60.0

Starch

%

0.00

Oil A

%

0.00

Sugar

%

25.2

Oil B

%

Trace

Crude protein

%

9.60

Crude protein: DM

%

16.0

Fibre

%

Trace

Ash

%

8.8

ME* – in vivo

MJ/kg DM

13.5

NDF

%

0.00

Legal disclaimer

Suggested feeding rates are produced as a guide only and many other factors may have an overriding effect on animal response; no performance guarantee can be given. Rations should be carefully balanced for energy and protein, contain sufficient forage to maintain rumen function and be fortified with an appropriate vitamin and mineral supplement. Animals must have constant access to clean water.

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