|Period of availability||Cost U.S.$/ton|
|Draff (beer wastes), dry (a)||Port-au-Prince||80–100 (b)||all year||30|
|Brewers' yeast||Port-au-Prince||all year||Unknown|
|Rice bran||Artibonite Valley||25 000||(c)||4.4|
|Wheat bran||Port-au-Prince||15 000||all year||54|
|Cotton cake (d)||Gonaives and Port-au-Prince||1 500||(c)||40–50|
|Cotton seed hulls||Gonaives and Port-au-Prince||570||(c)||Free of charge|
|Sunflower cake (e)||Port-Dauphin and Jacmel||(f)||-||Unknown|
|Sisal pulp, dry||Port-Dauphin||5 000||all year||Free of charge|
|Citrus pulp, wet||Cap Haïtien||800||6 months/year||Free of charge|
|Coffee pulp||South and North West||Unknown||all year||Free of charge|
|Coffee hulls||South and North West||15 000||all year||Unknown|
|Cocoa pods, wet||Cap Haïtien (g)||30 000||(c)||Free of charge|
|Bagasses, dry||Port-au-Prince (h)||4 000||all year||5|
|Filter press mud (cane)||Port-au-Prince||Unknown||"||Unknown|
|Stomach contents||(c)||(c)||"||Free of charge|
|Cassava wastes||All villages||Unknown||"||Free of charge|
|Household scraps||All villages||Unknown||"||Free of charge|
|Wastes from markets||All villages||Unknown||"||Free of charge|
|Source: Mongodin, 1977 and Mission|
Source: Mongodin, 1977 and Mission
(a) Sun-dried draff containing 10 percent water.
(b) Actual production is between 80 and 100 tons/year. At maximum capacity the annual production could reach 550 to 650 t of dry draff.
(c) Unknown - has to be assessed.
(d) Partly decorticated.
(e) Culture of sunflower has been introduced recently and an oil processing plant is under construction at Port-Dauphin.
(f) The expected production is between 5 000 and 6 000 t/year starting from 1981, but it is planned to export the whole production.
(g) Cocoa is cultivated in the northern peninsula, around Cap Haïtien, and also in the extreme tip of the south peninsula (Anse d'Hainault).
(h) Sugar cane is cultivated mainly around Port-au-Prince, and also in the northern plains (Cap Haïtien), the Leogane plain and the Cul de Sac plain.