Maize germs and husks are valuable agricultural byproducts derived from maize (corn) processing. Possessing unique attributes, these components serve multiple purposes in diverse industries. Maize germs, also referred to as maize embryos or corn germs, represent the embryonic section of maize kernels, renowned for their high oil content and essential nutritional composition including protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Typically exhibiting a yellowish hue, maize germs primarily serve as a source for extracting corn oil, constituting approximately 45%, while the remainder is utilized for cattle feed. These versatile byproducts play a vital role in promoting sustainable utilization and value creation within the maize industry.