We sell top quality Cashew nut Hull for feeding cattle with large quantity of max 500MT per month. Fast delivery & stable amount
Cashew nut hull (cashewnut husk) from Vietnam have been fed extensively in Taiwan and Korea with great success for more than 02 years now. The main users are diary and feed lot cattle. The popularity and use of cashewnut hulls in Korea and Taiwan in cattle feed has increased significantly over recent years, to the point where it is now being used in a lot of cases equally and alongside the more traditionally fed ingredient. Cashew nut hulls are normally cheaper by price but not value ingredient and it replace almond hulls which were used before with very similar nutrient values.
Cashew nut hull are fed largely to Dairy cattle in Taiwan, Korea, Japan and Australia, as part of a complete ration. Dairy farmers using cashew nut hulls product report the hulls are readily accepted by the animal, with little change to eating patterns on introduction. The volume inclusion will vary, dependant upon required diet specification and other available ingredients.
Research has shown in the U.S. that the nutritive or energy value of average hulls is equivalent to early and mid bloom Lucerne hay and about 70% the value of barley on an energy basis, they are also a good source of digestible fibre and sugars.
By feeding a mix of 50% almond hulls 50% rolled barley during milking, average cow consumption of bail feed cost less than $200 per lactation. At times of lush pasture growth you can even reduce the grain content without adverse effects.
INDOCHINA T&T is proud to be the largest volume exporter of cashew nut hulls to those markets. We are also the most experienced exporter of this product and will give you best advices on finding customers.
Cashew nut hulls: 100%
Fat content (m/m): 11.8%
Moisture: less than 10%
Fibre content (m/m): 10.9%
Protein content (m/m): 13.3 %
Minimum order quantity is 60MT (3 containers), packed in PP bag 35-50kg, or jumbo bag (480kg). Each 40ft container weighted 20MT to 24MT depend on packing method, with or without pallets.