Spokane, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/26/2014 -- Carbon Cycle Crush is offering expeller-pressed Canola meal to help local farmers maintain a healthy line of cattle. With the help of its expeller-pressed crushing facilities, the company offers Canola meal that is rich in Omega-3 and also contains high levels of other needed nutrients.
One of the spokespersons stated, “Our crush facilities produce a mechanically crushed, hexane-free, omega-3 enriched, high-fat content Canola meal. Hexane is never used in the oil-extraction process. That means no heat or cold-pressing to remove hexane. By eliminating these processes, we deliver an all-natural meal with the highest nutrients and residual values possible. That’s good for the environment, livestock ranchers, and our buyers’ wallets.”
He further said, “Studies show that average milk production may increase by +1.0 liter per cow per day when dairy cows are fed Canola meal diets vs. diets containing soybean or cottonseed meal.”
The company’s expeller-pressed Canola oil is one of the most favorable replacements for synthetic lubricants. Canola oil has always been considered a great option that can be used as environmentally friendly bio-diesel or for a great source for industrial plastic products that are made from petroleum, as well as vehicles. Canola oil is a cost-effective and environmentally supportable option.
Apart from pressed Canola meal, Carbon Cycle Crush also provides information about Canola Farming and Canola Oil and Lubricants. Customers can get information about any recent updates by visiting the company’s social media pages.
About Carbon Cycle Crush
Carbon Cycle Crush was founded by Tim King and Ryan Skinner as a replicable and sustainable business model for agricultural communities, and it’s a critically important business within the Carbon Cycle Investment family of brands. CCC’s presence in a community creates jobs, drives consistent and reliable demand for oil-seed crops and introduces sustainable business practices that stimulate economic growth, foster social equality and accelerate environmental stewardship.
For more information, please visit http://carboncyclecrush.com/.
Oroville, WA 98844