Inoculant that reduces the time between the harvest and feeding out of corn silage has been welcomed by dairy farmer, Ian Anderson, from Nar Nar Goon, in the Gippsland region of Victoria.
Comparisons of two different silage inoculants on the Hawker dairy property, at Heywood, in the south-west region of Victoria produced “chalk and cheese” results.
Silage inoculant was used to put the finishing touches on the first ever corn crop grown on the Thompson dairy farm, at Timboon, in the Western District of Victoria.
Dry conditions leading into the 2018 corn silage harvest has increased demand for a new inoculant that speeds up the ensiling process.
Dryland corn has provided high yields and feed options for dairy farmer Stuart Tracy, of Waratah Bay, in the South Gippsland region of Victoria.
The use of specialised inoculant has helped preserve quality silage for Western District agricultural contractors G. S Rethus and Son, based in Heywood, Victoria.
Silage inoculants are being used in providing quality feed on the dairy property of Bart Van Ruiswyk, of Undera, in the Goulburn Valley region of northern Victoria.
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