Feed’MORE ’silage agent ensures optimally preserved pits. It contains a scalding inhibitor for a longer stability of silages and enzymes for optimum feed utilization.
- Suitable for every dry matter level and crop
- Fast fermentation
- Contains enzymes for good digestibility
- Increases stability when unzipping
A stable pit quickly thanks to 3 lactic acid bacteria strains
A pit contains naturally undesirable microorganisms that inefficiently preserve the pits if no action is taken. The different lactic acid bacteria strains that are in large quantities in Feed’MORE ’reduce the pH very quickly and give unwanted microorganisms much less chance of developing (figure 1). They prevent stocking losses and ensure that nutritional values are retained. This results in a higher milk yield and / or saving on concentrates.
Figure 1 - The pH course of Feed’MORE ULV / WSP and the time saved in the preservation process (the pit is stable after 3 days). Two lactic acid bacteria strains initiate the lowering of the pH. They already do their work at higher pH values and when a little oxygen is still present in the pits (these lactic acid bacteria strains are optionally aerobic). The third lactic acid bacteria strain "Plantarum" comes into action when the pit is oxygen-free and is the most efficient between pH 6 and pH 4.
Prevent forcing and retain taste
When pitting the pit, the pit comes back in contact with oxygen, so that unwanted microorganisms such as fungi, yeasts and oxygen-loving bacteria have the opportunity to grow again. As a result, feed values are lost if no action is taken. In addition, fungi produce harmful mycotoxins, which has negative effects on animal health and production. Feed’MORE ’ULV / WSP contains a unique propionic acid bacterial strain that suppresses this process, inhibits heat and at the same time preserves the palatability of the pits.
Number of hours the pit remains stable after opening when using Feed’MORE ’silage agent and untreated.
Unique enzyme technology
The enzymes in Feed’MORE ULV and WSP have a significant effect on digestibility while maintaining the structural value of the crop. These enzymes have the ability to incorporate rumen bacteria to release carbohydrates from hard-to-digest cell structures in roughage. A production increase when using Feed’MORE ’is a proven consequence of this. Because the enzymes also make extra sugars available for the lactic acid bacteria, sufficient energy will be available even under poor silage conditions to allow the preservation process to proceed quickly.