MBSIL - Silage Probiotics
SILAGE is defined as Grass and plants that are preserved and used for feeding animals. Silage crops when harvested at the proper stage of maturity usually have a high concentration of protein, and are good sources of minerals. However, they have low concentrations of fermentable carbohydrates. Hence, beneficial bacteria are supplemented with a synergistic blend to rumen fluid through livestock fodder.
The main goal of silage making is to preserve as much of the nutritional value of the original crop as possible. Probiotics [MBSIL] play an important role to preserve the nutritional balance as they ferment Water Soluble Carbohydrates under anaerobic conditions and produce lactic acid, which lowers the pH, a condition that inhibits growth of other pathogenic microorganisms in the animal body. To control the ensiling process, to improve quality and to inhibit unwanted microorganisms, Probiotics [MBSIL] are used as additives in silage making especially with organisms like Lactobacillus plantaram, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus buchneri, Pediococcus acidilactici and Lactic Acid Bacillus[LAB].
Effect of MBSIL
MBSIL is generally effective with
MBSIL is generally not effective with:
100 grams per 1000 kgs [MT] of green fodder