non-lactobacillus silage Articles

  • Five key lessons from your open grass silage clamp

    Having results of a silage analysis is one thing. But often, it’s only when you get stuck into seeing what’s inside, and feeding it, that you get a full picture of what you’ve produced.  And how good it is. The quality (and quantity) of your silage can have a major impact on the financial health of your business for six months or more. So, it’s worth checking it now, ...


    By Volac International Limited

  • How to produce good quality silage

    We all know the benefits of good silage. But are we really all doing everything we can to produce good quality silage? If you want to help protect your farm business against ups and downs in milk or meat prices, or feed costs, there’s a straightforward approach: maximise the amount of milk or meat produced from home-grown forage. It is arguably one of a livestock farm’s biggest ...


    By Ecosyl Products Limited

  • The risks of spreading slurry after first silage cut

    Livestock farmers spreading slurry onto fields after first-cut grass silage face heightened risks of contamination after this year’s early start to the season, a silage specialist is warning, especially if following the current trend to more frequent silage cutting.The risks of spreading slurry after first silage cut According to Ecosyl silage expert, Darran Ward, spreading slurry after ...


    By Volac International Limited

  • How to ensure optimal application of your silage inoculant?

    Are you sure your silage inoculant is well applied? Silage inoculants contain specifically selected live bacteria that are diluted and applied in small quantity at harvest. Their very nature could represent a limit to their use: in traditional formulations, the bacteria, once mixed with water, tend to sediment to the bottom of the tank after only a few hours. Lab experiments have shown ...


    By Lallemand Animal Nutrition

  • How to ensure optimal application of your silage inoculant?

    Are you sure your silage inoculant is well applied? Silage inoculants contain specifically selected live bacteria that are diluted and applied in small quantity at harvest. Their very nature could represent a limit to their use: in traditional formulations, the bacteria, once mixed with water, tend to sediment to the bottom of the tank after only a few hours. Lab experiments have shown ...


    By Lallemand Animal Nutrition

  • Could forage maize feed value be slipping through your fingers?

    With harvest just around the corner, a new survey suggests that while maize is an important silage, not all farmers are doing everything possible to preserve its feed value. A massive 98% of farmers growing forage maize feel it is either extremely important (66% of respondents) or very important (32%) to maximise the amount of milk produced from forage, versus from bought-in feeds. Moreover, 84% ...


    By Ecosyl Products Limited

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you