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Wynnstay Clamp Silage Additive

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30037
£120.00 £100.00
A traditional biological inoculation for 18%-25% DM clamp silage. 2 sachets/box (100tt)

Wynnstay Clamp delivers one million lactic acid-producing bacteria per gramme of grass treated – increasing fermentation efficiency. Don’t take chances with your silage – use Wynnstay Clamp to ensure fast and stable fermentation.

·         Improves liveweight gain

·         Improves milk yield and quality

·         Improves voluntary intakes by 5%

·         Improves protein and energy utilisation

·         Improves fermentation

·         Reduces effluent by 30%

Wynnstay Clamp table

Usage:

Wynnstay Clamp comes in a 350g minimum weight foil sachet (weight may vary according to bacterial concentration) and should be mixed with water before use. Dissolve contents of one sachet of Wynnstay Clamp in 10 litres of cold clean water in a bucket and mix thoroughly. When completely dissolved make up to 100 litres with cold clean water.

Storage:

<15˚C – 6 months

2 years frozen (-18˚C)

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