Trilac 3300® Silage Inoculant from Lallemand Animal Nutrition

Greater stability and heating resilience with Trilac 3330®
Greater stability and heating resilience with Trilac 3330®
Greater stability and heating resilience with Trilac 3330® Proven higher nutritional value derived from Bacterial Inoculant Silage Silage efficiency Trilac 3330® delivers fast fermenting results
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Trilac 3300® Silage Inoculants

Nutritious and stable forage increases your business profitability by delivering greater milk yields and a longer lasting feeding system.

The powerful enzyme solution in Trilac 3300® produces sugars for an effective fermentation process and is suitable for dry matter crops.

Three strains of high performance bacteria for quality forage, faster
  • Multiplying speed, Pediococcus pentosaceus quickly replicates over a range of temperature and moisture levels for versatile yet fast results
  • Low pH levels derived from Lactobacillus plantarum strains, protect your silage investment from yeast, mould and heating for higher nutrient retention
  • Increased lactic acid of 300,000 colony forming units per gram of forage for higher value and storability
  • Improved rumen digestibility through enzymes reducing energy waste
Independent testing for quality reassurance
  • Kansas State and Wisconsin University studies conclusively found an increase in milk production with Trilac 3300®
  • Lallemand Animal Nutrition follows a stringent Total Quality Management System for confidence in quality and purity every time
  • Long lasting shelf life with 18 month stability preventing oxidisation and moisture contamination
  • Two pouch sizes to suit your requirements, Trilac 3300® is ready for immediate use
Confidence in trusted results, Trilac 3300® preserves your silage investment with high quality results.
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