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DA Ecobale 16 Tonne

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SKU
33936

Silage additive for bales.

1 can treats 16T of forage.

  • Faster and more efficient fermentation
  • Reduced protein breakdown
  • Reduced aerobic spoilage
  • Reduced risk of mycotoxins and listeria for healthier livestock
  • Consistent fermentation for less bale variability
  • Improved palatability

 

Usage:

DA Ecobale is for liquid application only. For big bales add one can to 50L of water – apply at 3L/T. For mini bales add one can to 100L of water – apply at 6L/T.

GMO-free 

Storage:

Unopened drums can be stored for 24 months in a cool dry place. Use opened product within 3 days. Once mixed use within 48 hours.

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