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.
Research-proven results includes:
- Reduces Clostridial fermentation
- Improves dry matter recovery
- Reduces protein degradation and ammonia