Packaged compacted feeds retain all valuable qualities and save storage space, compacted production occupies 20-30%. less space, so it’s cheaper to transport and store it. Packaged feeds are not afraid of moisture, temperature changes – can be stored outdoors. Compact fodder can be stored for several years.
The supplier guarantees a 2-year period if properly storaged.
Packaged compacted feed is fermented juicy fodder, preserved with lactic acid. It retains all the features of fresh feed, which, due to the lactic acid and the preservation process, promote lighter digestion, absorption, and milk secretion of feed. The energy value and the amount of nutrients present in them – similar to the concentrated feed, but the biological value is higher. They contain a lot of biologically active substances, vitamins and other valuable substances what are retained, what are lost in dry matter feeds during the drying process.
Due to the Austrian production press, which compresses feed by 20-30%. The product features are as follows:
- High compression during pressing results in excellent preservation process and exceptional feed quality, as during pressing, air and excess moisture are removed, what stops the failure process, promotes more effective lactic acid production and prevents the production of vinegar and butyric acid;
- Extremely fast removal of air due to optimized compression process;
- A clean production process that ensures that no feed is contaminated;
- No secondary fermentation or heat risk;
- The feed is great for cattle, pigs and horses
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Suggested mixed feeds:
Suggar beet squizes – Malt – Corn sylage – Corn grains
|Crude protein (N x 6.25)||%||2,28|
|Total acid content||%||0,791|
|Of which: lactic acid||%||44,40|
Notes: 1. NEM – Non-Azotinic Extract
Sugar beet squeezes, corn silage, corn grains
|Crude protein (N x 6.25)||%||1,99|
|Total acid content||%||0,625|
|Of which: lactic acid||%||34,50|
Sugar beet squeezes, corn grains
|Crude protein (N x 6.25)||%||1,91|
|Total acid content||%||0,685|
|Of Which: lactic acid||%||49,20|
Sugar beet. Root varieties are rich in sugar (50-75%), which is easily digestible and which has an effect on the secretion of milk in carbohydrates (in dry matter). The content of rootstock dry matter is similar to that of concentrated feed. Investigators of the LVA Institute of Animal Science conducted tests and found that cows and their adulthood rations could replace some of the concentrated feeds with root crops.
Malt. In bear malt remain carbohydrates, starch and water insoluble minerals, mainly calcium and phosphorus. Compared to the primary raw material, in beer malt, 3-4 times more cell wall constituents and twice as much raw protein, therefore, beer malt is evaluated as a high fiber protein with a high content of crude protein.
Corn mass. One of the most productive ingredients of the modern bovine cattle feed technology is corn silage, which has a high content of nutrients that is corn starch and has a lot of unrefined fibers. Therefore, corn silage is an ideal feed to get more milk and fatten the animals. To obtain the highest quality silage, many factors need to be taken into account. The most important factor, besides the rapid removal of air and the clean production process – especially good compression of the feed – that we guarantee
|Silos pit||Our produced rools|
|148 (120) kg SM*/m3||239 kg SM*/m3|
Pressing and packaging properties:
Test results in silage rolls
1 microbial group
Typical product / soil-specific bacteria1 in the microbial group are referred to as freshness indicators. The limit value is 400 CFU / g. All detected results are <1. The values are so low because the silage was well mature.
2 microbial group
Faulty bacteriaThe value is 200 KSV / g. In horizontal silos – trenches, the values detected in silos are higher than in roller silos. Based on these values, it can be stated that anaerobically, the silage was stored in rolls rather than in horizontal silos. The horizontal silos had a higher oxygen content and, therefore, penetrated deeper, bacteria that could malfunction could have multiplied slightly faster. This is due to a slightly smaller horizontal silo compression. If there are microbes in this group, they will not disappear anywhere.
3 microbial group
Faulty bacteria (mold and black fungus) The limit value is 30 CFU / g. All detected values are <1. No 3 groups of microbes can be found in the well-known silos. Medium and low silos have higher values. Therefore, without any exceptions, the values found indicate that our test silage is very good.
4 microbial group
Typical product / soil-specific mold and black fungus The limit value is 5 CFU / g. All detected values are <0.1. If these values are higher, this microbial group shows a particularly wet, fresh silage. Germs in this group do not tolerate the process of maturation and die.
5 microbial group
Malfunctioning mold and black fungus This is a class of malfunctioning fungal microbes. The limit value is 5 KSV / g. These fungi grow everywhere, where there is at least some oxygen. Therefore, silage specimens show good insulation against oxygen.
6 microbial group
Faulty mold The limit value for this microbial group is 5 CFU / g. All of our values are <0.1. It shows the perfectly maintained feed quality.
7 microbial group
The limit value is 1000 CFU / g. All sample silage values are in a non-problematic area. Yeast fungus is always undesirable, but it is. These fungi assimilate sugars and dampen acid, even if there is no air.
It has been established that using technology in silo rolls, an unusually low concentration of bacteria of 2 germs was detected in the feed using the technology of silage rolls (bacteria of failure: Bacillus, Micrococcus, Coagulase-negative Staphylococcus species – indicative value: 200 KSV / g) with values ranging from 6.0 to 6, 5 KSV / g. This low concentration is primarily due to fast anaerobic (non-oxygenated) feed storage.