Pioneer's 1174 inoculant contains live lactic acid-producing bacteria that have been specifically selected to assist in the production of high quality silage.
Patented strains of Lactobacillus plantarum and Enterococcus faecium have been proven to promote faster fermentation while increasing dry matter recovery.
Australian trials found a 13 kg upside per tonne of 1174-treated silage fed to beef cattle compared to untreated feed.
Australian beef feeding trial conducted at NSW Agriculture’s Research Centre at Wagga Wagga. An extra 13kg of beef per tonne of maize silage fed when treated with 1174 compared to untreated. Kaiser and Piltz 1998.
For more information about Pioneer's 1174 inoculant, please refer to the accompanying technical fact sheet.
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