Wheat husk is the skin of wheat grain and is a by-product after flour processing. It is called wheat bran. The end of the bark has part of the germ (that is, the part of the wheat germination), accounting for about 5-10% of the total bark. Wheat husk contains a large number of vitamin B.
Wheat bran is rich in fiber and difficult to digest, so * wheat bran should not be used as feed for piglets. But for growing finishing pigs * wheat bran is generally controlled within 15% to 25% of the diet. The available energy value of wheat bran is low, so the amount of wheat bran in broiler diet is generally less than 5%, and the amount of wheat bran in broiler and laying hen diet is 5%-10%. If we want to control the weight of the breeder breeders, we can add 15% to 20% wheat bran in their diet. Wheat bran is a good feed for cattle, sheep, horses, rabbits and so on. Dosage can account for 25% to 30%, or even higher.