Using a research-proven microbial inoculant can help improve silage quality. To get the best results, it’s important to treat the living organisms within the inoculant carefully. This helps guarantee the expected resu
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When silage is opened at feedout, it is once again exposed to air (oxygen) allowing aerobic organisms that survived the ensiling process — e.g. bacteria, yeasts and molds — to grow. The growth of these spoilage orga
There are many types of microbes occurring naturally on forage crops in the field, their populations varying with the specific climatic features of the year, crop management practices and the stage of maturity of the pl