70% of molasses bean skin is soybean hulls. The net milk production energy of soybean hulls is 8.15MJ/kg, which is higher than 6.72 MJ/kg of wheat bran and slightly lower than 8.23 MJ/kg of corn. Soybean isoflavones from molasses bean skin (known as natural plant estrogen) are high in content, which can help to increase the milk production of dairy animals and can greatly prolong the peak lactation period of dairy animals.
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