Meat-Bone Meal (MBM)


Main characteristics

Meat-bone meal is a product of a contemporary process involving processing industrial bones and soft inedible side products of slaughtered swine and poultry. It belongs to the group of additional protein rations since it is best when combined with other protein rations, such as soybean, soy semolina, fish flour, etc. It contains significant quantity of minerals, particularly calcium and phosphorus.

Chemical composition (%)
Moisture 9.00
Crude protein 45,00
Crude fat 10,00
Mineral substances 35,00
Non-nitrogen extractive substances 4,00
Digestibility of proteins in vitro 85
Energy value
* For poultry
Metabolic, kcal/kg 2.110
* For swine
Digestible, kcal/kg 2.920
Metabolic, kcal/kg 2.640
Amino acids (%)
Lysine 2,03
Methionine 0,46
Methionine+cysteine 0,89
Threonine 1.28
Tryptophan 0.19
Arginine 3.08
Glycine 7.01
Glycine+serine 8,35
Histidine 0.68
Leucine 2.09
Isoleucine 2.98
Phenylalanin 1.23
Phenylalanin +Tyrosine 2.13
Valine 1.48
Mineral components (%)
Calcium 12,70
Phosphorous 5,90
Sodium 0,94
Kalium 0,42
Chlorine 0,80
Magnesium 0,85
Iron 478 ppm
Copper 39 ppm
Zink 72 ppm
Manganese 8 ppm
Physical characteristics
Levelling mass , kg/m3 569
Levelling angle 46°
Module of fineness 2,675
Module of uniformity 0:7:3’
Flow rate (2’)-4”
Sieve remains Ø 4mm,% 0
Sieve remains Ø 1,6mm,% 5
Colour: maroon
Smell: typical for meat-bone meal
Purpose of the product
Meat-bone flour is used as supplementary protein and mineral component for all types of animals. The best results are achieved when it is combined with soy products and fish meal . It can also be used as organic fertilizer.
Packing and delivery
Meat-bone flour is delivered in 50kg net bags or in jumbo bags.