Even distribution of inoculants is a critical factor in their effectiveness. The bacteria in inoculants grow where they land on the forage, so it's important to apply the product evenly across the crop.
As part of the ongoing goal to produce high-quality forages, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), Iowa State University (ISU) and Lallemand Animal Nutrition are teaming up to offer a one-day Silage for Beef Cattle
In Episode 5 of Silage Talk, the Dairy Herd Management team talks silage with Tony Hall, who works in Dairy Technical Services with Lallemand Animal Nutrition North America. The discussion covers mycotoxins and what we
The early ensiling period is critical to silage quality and stability. This is when newly harvested forage begins the transition to stable silage. Driving a fast, efficient fermentation is essential to maximizing dry ma
During ensiling there is an unseen battle between armies of microbes. High-quality forage inoculants supply armies of billions of elite, scientifically selected beneficial bacteria to help win this battle in your silage