Lock in quality with your ensiled forages with a proven, Renaissance recommended BIOTAL or CHR Hansen inoculant.
BIOTAL PLUS II
BIOTAL PLUS II is a revolutionary inoculant combining a fast, efficient lactic acid producer with en enzyme formulation to help direct the fermentation process, along with a scientifically selected proponic acid-producing bacterium. It reduces silage losses, improves palatability and may also increase dry matter intake and digestibility.
BIOTAL BUCHNERI 500
A combination of the unique strain of Pediococcus pentosaceus NCIMB 12455 and Lactobacillus buchneri NCIMB 40788 plus high activity enzymes. This inoculant offers rapid acidification, less heating and spoilage in silage, and excellent nutrient retention! It reduces levels of spoilage yeasts and mold for less waste and higher forage intakes.
A premium source of lactic acid-producing bacteria and enzymes, formulated to increase lactic acid production and ensure adequate sugars are available to complete fermentation. It improves palatability and increases intakes while reducing molds and yeast.
SILAGE INOCULANT II
is a microbial inoculant to aid in the preservation of ensiled forages. The product contains the elite lactic bacteria strains Pediococcus pentosaceus NCIMB 12455 and Lactobacillus plantarum NCIMB 12422 combined with a proprietary enzyme formulation for fast, efficient fermentation.
A technological additive premix containing live microorganisms to be used as a microbial inoculant for corn silage. Specially selected strains work to inhibit major spoilage yeasts. Controls fermentation: produces high levels of lactic acid and quickly lowers pH.
A silage additive containing two strains of lactic acid bacteria. One strain is proven to increase the availability of starch for rumen digestion in corn silage ensiled less than the optimal amount of time. The second strain is proven to rapidly produce lactic acid, which decreases silage pH. The decrease in silage pH also helps to breakdown the protein matrix surrounding the starch granules in ensiled corn kernels.