on the right track.
Jelle / informs.
To safeguard reliability, Jelle shares its expertise and insights into the market for raw materials for livestock feed.
Jelle / monitors.
Jelle ensures the quality of the raw materials, offers 24/7 service via several channels and thinks in terms of solutions.
Jelle / delivers.
Jelle does not only supply the raw materials, but also provides seamless logistics to match perfectly with our customers’ and suppliers’ business processes.
Jelle de Vries / on the right track.
Jelle has been steering a clear course since 1971. Down-to-earth and guided by our firm principles, to inform, monitor and deliver, we act as an intermediary between the food industry and the compound feed industry. Starting in the role of agent for potato pulp, pressed pulp, hay, straw and maize, we have grown into a full-service supplier of mainly raw materials for livestock feed from the sugar beet and potato starch industries.
As an intermediary we coordinate all the different needs in the market to create the most efficient solutions possible. In some cases we are full partners, supplying full-service solutions, in others we provide only logistical processes.
Due to our many years of experience, we know what our suppliers and customers need. We understand that your needs do not always fit into office hours. By making good agreements with our transport partners, we can deliver at a time that suits you.
To guarantee continuity between the supply from the food producers on the one hand and the demand from the compound feed market on the other, we lay down stocks from which we can deliver at all times. This allows us to fill the gap between the harvesting season and the rest of the year.
Beet pulp is a by-product created during the manufacture of sugar from sugar beets. Beet pulp is available all year round and is a reliable source of energy as a raw material for compound feed or fed directly
Soya bean hulls are a by-product of the production of oil and protein from the soya bean. The soya bean hull, the skin of the soya bean, is low in protein and fats, but high in fibre.
Maize pellets are a by-product of the production of maize flakes using a dry process, consisting of maize bran, germ and parts of the farinaceous cobs. It is sometimes compared to cornmeal, but there are a number of important differences between the composition of the two products
Wheat bran is a by-product of grinding wheat into flour. The fibrous husk, the seed cover of a grain of wheat, is removed by sieving/screening after grinding and added to part of the starch to form wheat bran.
For potato pulp, we act as Avebe’s logistical partner. We carry out the planning for all Avebe’s factories, organise transport to the livestock farmers and are jointly responsible for managing their agents and dealers.
Protamylasse is one of the by-products occurring during the production of potato starch. It is concentrated potato processing water from which part of the protein has been removed.
Molasses is a viscous by-product of the production of sugar from sugar beets, after the pulp has been removed and the sugar has been refined. It contains approx. 50% sugars, providing ‘fast’ energy.
Vinasse is the co-product remaining after production of alcohol, for instance during fermentation, particularly of molasses. Compared to molasses, vinasse contains more rumen degradable protein (RDP) and has a relatively high potassium content.