Millrun Pellets is produced from the milling of wheat for flour. It is palatable and can be feed at high levels. It is widely used in equine, dairy, poultry, pig and cattle rations and also as a supplementary feed. It is a valuable source of protein and recent tests indicate by-pass protein of 75.2%.
Millrun Pellets can be easily incorporated into diets and are often an economically competitive source of protein or energy.
Millrun Pellets are very palatable and require no additional processing in comparison to feed grains. Since millrun contains higher levels of fiber and reduced levels of starch when compared to the wheat kernel, digestive disturbances are less of a concern.
However, the finely processed starch that remains (ranging from 17 to 45 percent by weight) and the small particle size of fiber would indicate incremental ration changes for adapting ruminants to millmix. Do not give unadapted cattle free access to millmix.