Whole Peanut Hulls
peanuts

Whole Hulls

Used mainly for bedding materials for livestock and small animals, Golden’s whole peanut hulls are made up of odorless, fibrous materials and are light to dark brown.
Physical Characteristics
Color: Light to dark brown
Odor: No detectable odor
PH: 5-6 Bulk (typical 5.0)
Moisture (Karl Fisher): 6.5% Maximum (typical 6.0)
Bulk density: 6 - 8 lbs./CuFt.
Carrying Capacity: Dry, Free Flowing:
Water: (wt/wt basis) 51% - 52%
Oil: (wt/wt basis) 31% - 32%
Absorption:
Water: (wt/wt basis) 168% - 169%
Oil: (wt/wt basis) 90% - 91%
Chemical Composition*
Crude fiber: 57.7%
Protein: 6% - 8%
Kjeldahl factor: 5.46
Ash: 2%
Lignin, permanganatc: 6.78%
Cellulose: 51 - 55%
Total dry matter: 12.7%
Nutritional Analysis
Calories: 350 per 100g
Total carbohydrate: 79%
Dietary fiber, total: 71g per 100g

Applications

  • Bedding materials (livestock and small animal)
  • Feed ingredient
  • Absorbent material
  • Fiber ingredient
  • Soil additives
  • Soil amendment products