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Practical tips for optimal silage quality

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.
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