Rapeseed meal is a by-product of the further processing of rapeseed cake with extraction solutions in order to extract the maximum amount of vegetable oil. It contains 34-38% crude protein, 12-14% crude fibre and up to 5% crude fat. Its dry matter contains 12 MJ/kg of energy on average. Rapeseed meal is rich in calcium (8 g/kg DM) and phosphorus (11 g/kg DM) and has a relatively high magnesium (70-75 mg/kg DM) and zinc (60-70 mg/kg DM) content. Wheat is mainly used as a high-protein cattle feed, but it is also suitable for poultry and pigs when combined with other high-protein feedstuffs.