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Wynnstay Corn Forage Additive

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30048
£78.00 £65.00

For maize and wholecrop cereal silage.

  • Alliin, natural microbial inhibitor
  • Improves aerobic stability
  • Reduces nutrient losses at feed out
  • Immediate and long-lasting protection against spoilage

Usage

Each pack contains 1 sachet and is sufficient to treat 50 tonnes of forage. Add contents of one sachet to approximately 10L of cold clean water and mix vigorously using a whisk.

For best results the mixture should be left for 5-10 minutes and then whisked again. When completely dissolved, make up to 100L with cold clean water.

 

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