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Our SILOSOLVE® bacterial inoculants rapidly establish an anaerobic
environment, preventing spoilage and lowering production costs.
Chr. Hansen is a natural part of the solution.





protein preservation


energy corrected milk yield

*Based on average results from meta analysis. Performance may vary according to local conditions.

Ensiled forages account for the majority of most dairy rations around the world. The main purpose for feeding ensiled forages is to preserve and recover organic dry matter, while retaining nutritional value and palatability. Proper or improved silage management can have a significant impact on the overall profitability of the dairy.

Fermentation enhancers

The ensiling process is complex and requires good management skills and knowledge in order to ensure a successful ensiling with minimal losses.
Preservation of forage is achieved through a rapid reduction in pH and by creating an anaerobic environment to prevent growth and spoilage from undesired microorganisms.
Homofermentative inoculants are added to silage in order to stimulate lactic acid fermentation, accelerating the decrease in pH, and thus improving silage preservation.

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SiloSolve® MC

In a number of research trials, Lactococcus lactis SR3.54 has been shown to significantly reduce growth of Clostridia and butyric fermentation in silage.

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