Biotal Supersile contains specifically selected, elite lactic acid bacteria to dominate ensiling fermentation and improve efficiency.
Approved by the CFIA (CFIA Registration #980485)
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Biotal Supersile has been proven to increase DM retention and improve protein retention.
What is in Biotal Supersile?
- Pediococcus acidilactici 12420 and Lactobacillus plantarum 12422.
- Provides fast, efficient fermentation to prevent bad fermentations due to Clostridia, Listeria, Enterobacteria, etc.; enzymes produce sugars to kick-start the ensiling fermentation
- Contributes to higher lactic acid production and a stable, low final pH
Colony Forming Units (CFU):
- 100,000 CFU/g forage
Biotal Supersile is a patented inoculant formulation with enzymes to help drive the fermentation.
Biotal Supersile is used for:
- Corn silage
- Alfalfa haylage
- Grass haylage
- Cereal silages
- High moisture corn (HMC)
Approved by the CFIA:
- Improves protein retention
As with all Biotal forage inoculants, Biotal Supersile has exhibited consistent performance through numerous lab and farm trials. This dedication to product efficacy is what makes Biotal the world’s premium forage inoculant brand.
Biotal Supersile helps achieve fast fermentation which leads to:
- Improved DM recovery
- Ideal fermentation
- Better protein quality
Speed of fermentation and dry matter recovery
Biotal Supersile has shown through numerous trials to both speed fermentation and improve dry matter recovery.1, 2
Improved milk production
Dairy cows fed grass haylage treated with Biotal Supersile saw significant improvement in milk production +33 kg per cow compared to the untreated control.3
Improve feed efficiency in steers
Performance by yearling steers on barley silage4 and corn silage5 treated with Biotal Supersile.
1 L. Kung, University of Delaware, unpublished data (BTCAE055) 2 Lakeside Research, Brooks, Alberta, Canada, Alfalfa Silage Trial 1987 (BTCAE045) 3 Unpublished data, Biotal field trial 4 Thorlakson Feed Yards. Animal Research International. Airdire,
Alberta, Canada 1988 (BTCAE044) 5 Bolsen, K.K. et. al. “Evaluation of Inoculant Treated Corn Silages” (1992) Cattleman’s Day 104-107, Kansas State University (BTCAE041)
Biotal Supersile is available in 100 g, 400 g and 1 kg packages of water-soluble concentrate to treat 50, 200 and 500 tonnes of fresh forage, respectively.