Barely Grain Sprout Production for Non-traditional Fodder for Animal Feeding


Istenbat House for Agriculture Establishment produces barely grain sprout as a non-traditional fodder for animal feeding. This type of non-traditional fodder has a great importance in the nutrition of most animals of the farm. Sheep eat it the most; as barely fodder presents 94% of its food, 83%in beef cattle's food, 74% in dairy cattle's food and 68% in horses and mutes' food. Generally, no matter what the purposes of breeding these animals are different; the challenge does not lie in the type or the amount of fodder; it rather lies in the biological effect of fodder on animal's health, fertility and behavior. Consequently, this is refluxed on animal's production by gaining the expected return of its breeding.

Barely Grain Sprout Production for Non-traditional Fodder for Animal Feeding
Barely Grain Sprout Production for Non-traditional Fodder for Animal Feeding
According to previous studies and experiments done on most of the animals, the importance of using barely grain sprout in nutrition animals briefly on the following:
 Healthy organic product, produced with out using chemicals or fertilizers or pesticides.
 A fodder with a high nutritional value; it contains proteins, vitamins, enzymes, and phytochemicals.
 Increasing milk in the dairy cattle.
 Increasing the average of meat in the beef cattle.
 Increasing the fertility of animals and the average of getting twins because this fodder is rich with Beta-carotene and vitamins.
 Improving animal's health and increasing its immunity.
 Decreasing the harm of exposing animals to environment stress especially water stress (thirsty) in the sever heat during summer  months under the conditions of the kingdom.
 Increasing the average of digest and increasing the appetite of the animal.
 Decreasing the amount of fodder required for producing one kilogram of meat and milk.
  The availability of this fresh Barely Grain Sprout fodder all the year with a fixed price and a high nutritional value.