At the end of the day, appropriate ensiling planning and management, using the right tools and products (plastic, inoculants) represent some investments that really pay back. This was one of the conclusions at a recently organised dairy seminar from Lallemand Animal Nutrition.
Understanding where critical points are in the poultry meat production cycle and investing in solving critical problems through feeding and management practices will allow production of better quality poultry meat with subsequent re...
The European Food Safety Authority has published scientific opinions on the use of sodium benzoate and Lacotbacillus as silage inoculants.
Converting duckweed to silage is a cheap and sustainable alternative to drying for preserving the fodder as was shown by Wageningen Livestock Research in The Netherlands.
Silaging, also known as ensiling, is used by farmers all over the world to preserve forage. But it also comes with challenges. Experts from animal nutrition company Biomin identified 5 key challenges and their solutions.