TrotecMix

What is TrotecMix?

How can you make top-quality, circular animal feed and at the same time use primary resources sustainably? TrotecMix offers the answer. 

  • Nutritious, high-energy ingredient for animal feed
  • Made from former foodstuffs, such as biscuits, bread, chocolate, pasta, cereals
  • Maximum nutritional value thanks to self-developed technological process
  • Perfect microbiological quality and high digestibility thanks to our indirect drying process

TrotecMix can be used as a substitute for primary ingredients, such as maize, wheat, barley and even sugar and palm oil.

The advantages of TrotecMix

As a basic raw material for animal feeds, TrotecMix has a number of particularly attractive, sustainable qualities.

  • High energy value and tasteful, the appropriate substitute for primary raw materials.  
  • Enriched with fatty substances, resulting in a better energy yield (up to 5 times more than wheat and barley).
  • A constant composition, due to an efficient formulation and multiple NIR measurements during the production process.
  • Long shelf life, with microbiological stability thanks to the thermal treatment.
  • Homogeneous granulometry, resulting in good flow properties in the silo.
  • A circular raw material, produced from local former foodstuffs and by-products.
  • Complies with European targets to reduce food waste by 30 per cent by 2025 and by 50 per cent by 2030.

How to use TrotecMix?

  • TrotecMix is suitable for any type of farm livestock except for horses.
  • Its purity and high digestibility make TrotecMix the ideal ingredient for piglet feed formulations.
  • TrotecMix is a food source for cattle that is rich in energy, fat and sugars.It makes up for the energy deficit in cereals that are low in slow starches and high in fibre.

Composition of TrotecMix

11% raw fat
12% raw protein
52% starch and sugars
92% dry matter

TrotecMix composition guarantee

The nutritional values are measured during the production process and analysed with near infrared technology. The measurements take place on average twice a second. The results are accredited every month by an external lab.