Biotal Silage Doctor

Biotal Silage Doctor

Biotal Silage Doctor


Biotal Silage Doctor

Biotal Silage Doctor

Biotal Silage Doctor


2 days ago
Ask the Silage Dr: Does Steam Mean Aerobic Instability? | Dairy Herd Management

If silage “steams” during feedout in the winter, is it heating?
Check out this piece to find out more! #forage #ag

As producers feed out silage in the winter, some may notice steam rising from their pile, bunker or silo. Don’t get worried just yet! This isn’t always an indication of aerobic instability in the ... See more

2 weeks ago
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Do you cover your #silage? Sealing and covering a 40 foot by 100 foot bunker returns approximately $2,000 - $4,000 in improved silage DM recovery when filled with corn or alfalfa silage, respectively.

2 weeks ago
Adding to management practices helps prevent heating at feedout | Dairy Herd Management

Always start with good management to help prevent #silage heating at feedout #ag #agchat

During feedout, oxygen is re-introduced into silage and yeast can become active. This can cause silage to heat up and feed losses to occur. The best strategy to prevent these losses and maintain high ... See more

3 weeks ago

A clean face is an important part of good silage management and #silagesafety! For more information on creating #QualitySilage check out www.qualitysilage.com

3 weeks ago
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How often do you think about safety when working around #silage?
Below are some key tips for staying safe around silage. For more information on silage safety and to request your Silage Safety ... See more

1 month ago
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Corn contaminated with smut can still create #QualitySilage! Check out this article for more details: http://hoards.com/article-19779-Corn-Contaminated-with-Smut-Can-Still-Create-Quality-Silage.html

1 month ago
Lallemand Forward Silage Management Handbooks | Quality Silage

Need some tips on how to create #QualitySilage? Check out the Silage Management Technical Guide for specific information on the management of crops for silage, inoculants, different storage ... See more

Take advantage of these free resources from the forage experts at Lallemand Animal Nutrition. You can either view E-book versions by clicking the thumbnail

1 month ago
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It’s never too late to start implementing new practices to improve the quality of your #silage! #QualitySilage

1 month ago
Minimizing yeast growth in silage | Dairy Herd Management

What’s the culprit in most cases of #silage heating and spoilage? Blame yeasts! #ag #agchat

Yeast growth in silage is generally a bad thing. It results in heating, dry matter (DM), nutrient and energy losses and can cause the pH to increase, allowing spoilage molds and bacteria to grow, ... See more

1 month ago
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Do you think this pile will be at the optimal pack density? For more information on density rates check out The Silage Quick Facts Handbook: http://qualitysilage.com/lallemand-forward-handbooks/

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