Trilac 3300® Silage Inoculant from Lallemand Animal Nutrition

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