A byproduct of Distilleries which produce Ethanol. Ethanol is a base product to produce any type of Liquor/Whisky. Now a days most of the distilleries are producing Ethanol from grains: it may be from rice, corn or wheat. Recent record high feed ingredient prices around the world have caused animal nutritionists to search for lower cost alternative feed ingredients to minimize the cost of food animal production.DDGS is an excellent, lower cost alternative feed ingredient that continues to be produced in large quantities by the dry-grind fuel Ethanol industry. The high energy, protein, and phosphorus content of DDGS make it a very attractive partial replacement for some of the more expensive traditional energy (corn), protein (soybean meal), and phosphorus (mono- or dicalcium phosphate) ingredients used in animal feeds. When DDGS is added to animal feeds that are properly formulated, it provides excellent animal health, performance, and food product quality. These attributes, and others, have made DDGS one of the most popular feed ingredients to use in animal feeds around the world. the process flow chart is below to produce DDGS.