Agricultural, Forest + Urban, Green By-Product Marketing + Recycling

If you are interested in buying or selling any of the by-products listed below, please contact us to discuss our marketing services.

Almond Hulls 

Description:
The outer covering of the almond kernel and shell.

Usage:
As a fiber source in livestock feed.  Dairy cows produce more milk when almond hulls are part of a balanced feed ration. Prime hulls maximum fiber is 15%.


Almond Hulls - Organic

Description:
The outer covering of the almond kernel and shell from nuts that have not been exposed to commercial fertilizer and pesticides or any inorganic farming practice.

Usage:
Livestock feed: often used in organic dairies as a fiber source.


Almond Hulls - Fan Blown

Description:
Almond Hulls that have gone through a fan. They have the same nutrient level as almond hulls.

Usage:
Livestock feed


Almond Shell and Hull

Description:
A mixture of Almond Shell and Almond Hulls with greater than 15% and less than 29% fiber.

Usage:
Livestock feed


Almond Hash

Description:
Pieces of Almond meat produced during the shelling process. Usually accompanied with small pieces of almond hull and shell.

Usages:
Livestock feed, pressed for almond oil and bird seed.


Almond Shell - Ground or Whole Pieces

Description:
The fiber material between an almond hull and the almond meat. Considered a hard wood.

Usage:
Ground or whole piece shell is used in biomass fuel, fire place logs, glue filler for laminate board, raw material for medium density fiberboard (MDF) and particle board production, mineral mix carriers for livestock, livestock feed and charcoal briquettes. Can also be used as a bedding product for the dairy and poultry industry.  Landscaping uses include walkway material and gardening mulch.


Almond Press Cake

Description:
The residue of almond meats pressed for oil, with a majority of the oil removed. Approximately 20% protein and 10% fat.

Usage:
A fat source in livestock feed.


Almond Wood Chips

Description:
Almond trees, ground or chipped.

Usage:
Biomass fuel, feedstock for cellulosic ethanol, landscape ground cover similar to bark.


Cyclone Almond Huller Dust

Description:
Interactive and relativity high in organic matter and plant nutrient.

Usage:
Compost additive.