The outer skin of the maize grain is the fiber. It is expelled in wet condition during the process of steeping after separating the fat, oil and protein from the grain. Wet Bran or wet fiber is used as a cattle feed as it also has some residual properties of Corn Oil Cakes.

Maize fiber, when dried through a dryer or sun dried, is dry fiber. Due to its property, dry fiber is used in the manufacturing of oil cakes and cattle feed.

Applications: Cattle breeding and Oil Cake manufacturing industry

Packing: Wet Fibre by truck loads Dry fibre in HDPE bags