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Josera silage inoculants / Tips & Tricks

JOSERA Tips & Tricks

Silage inoculants are nowadays an important ingredient when it comes to the optimal silage. Learn more about the application and benefits of using silage inoculants. Read more about grass and maize silage or visit our video gallery!



Maize silage - What should be kept in mind

Every year it is important to bring the maize into the silo. The silage needs to remain cool and fresh because the cows do not need a warm meal.

You can find out what to consider when harvesting maize here.

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Effects of silage quality on feed costs and animal health!

Every year, when introducing grass and maize silage, it is important to achieve the best result in accordance with the weather conditions and the care and fertilisation measures as well as the work procedures. These challenges change every year and so do the results achieved.

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NEW: Turbo, Safety and Symbiosis - Effect

Since the market launch and the now 20 year existence of the silage inoculant brand “Josilac”, there has been and is still a constant development and progression process.
Based on intensive research and development hand-in-hand with practical experience on farms as well as independent testing by the DLG, JOSERA produces high-quality and comprehensively tested range of silage inoculants.

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Silage management – The path to optimal ensiling

Roughage plays a central role in feeding at all dairy farms and is the largest cost factor in feeding. A lot of money is spent on measures for producing roughage as well as on pastureland and arable crops

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Ensiling made easy
Would you like to feed your cows with a high-quality silage, and facilitate excellent dry matter consumption? Do you want to increase the yield of your dairy cows and at the same time sustainably stabilise the health of your animals? Or are you fighting problems such as reheating or the formation of mould, and have not yet found a solution? >> read more