Corn Germ Meal

Corn Germ Meal

Corn Germ Meal, also known as "maize germ meal", is a byproduct left over when oil is extracted from corn. It is most frequently found in livestock feed. Its absorbency makes it ideal for holding liquid.

Known to be used by Purina

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