Dried apple pomace is a byproduct from the production of cider, juices and vinegars. It is made up of the peel, pips, pulp and unwanted fruit.
It is a highly desirable food that is very palatable due to its sugar content. Up to 3 kg of the pulp can be administered per animal each day (dehydrated).
Dehydrated dried apple pomace is heat-dried in a natural gas oven to reach moisture levels that vary between 8% and 12%. No additives and 100% natural.
It can be used to feed all types of animals, particularly ruminants.
Its fibre content is rich in pectins, which makes it a highly digestible source of fibre. In addition, the pectins themselves can act as bowel transit regulators.