Production of feed for farm animals, storage and delivery

Feed yeast


Feed-Group LLC sells feed yeast.


Used in as a protein-vitamin balancing supplement in diets of all types of farm animals and birds, in production of premixes and mixed feed

The protein of feed yeast is absorbed by the animal’s body at 85 — 95 %. Input rate — 3-10% of mass of feed. When introducing yeast into feed rations accelerate growth and the survival rate of young animals increases, the weight gain of animals increases, the consumption of feed for unit of production.

Definition and types of feed yeast

Feed yeast – special yeast biomass for based on plant substrates (pulp and paper waste and starch and syrup production) and non-vegetable raw materials (petroleum fractions), grown on feed for farm animals, fur-bearing animals, birds and fish. Feeder yeast is used in the production of compound feeds, and also in as a dietary supplement in feed rations.


IN depending on type of cultivated organisms and growing media, feed yeast is divided into the following varieties:



  • Hydrolytic - for the cultivation of yeast fungi, hydrolysates of waste are used: wood (sawdust, shavings, chips) and agricultural (straw, chaff, sunflower husks, corn cobs). Pulp and paper production waste can also be used. Hydrolysis occurs at high temperatures and in the presence of acids, while waste fiber is converted into carbohydrates, which are used as a nutrient medium.
  • Classic feed yeast - obtained by growing yeast fungi on stillage obtained as a waste product in alcohol production.
  • BVK (protein-vitamin concentrate) is a product of cultivation of yeast cells on waste from the processing of various non-plant raw materials - petroleum paraffins (paprin), lower organic alcohols - methanol (meprin), ethanol (eprin), as well as natural gas (gaprin).



On in distilleries, feed yeast is obtained at based on post-alcohol stillage. Such yeast is characterized by high digestibility, increased content of bypass proteins, lysine, riboflavin and carotene. Contains all the essential B vitamins, macro- and microelements in a biologically accessible form. The amino acid composition of the protein is close to soybean meal.

Properties and advantages of feed yeast

Microbial protein synthesized by yeast is superior to protein of animal origin in digestibility and amino acid content and increases the biological value of proteins from other feeds. The protein of feed yeast is 95% digestible in the body of animals. Sulfur and its compounds included in the composition are involved in the biological processes of formation of amino acids. Phosphorus and calcium contained in yeast contribute to the normal development of the skeletal structure of animals. B vitamins, which are part of yeast, are regulators of fat metabolism. Biotin, which is found in feed yeast, prevents skin diseases in farm animals.