New research shows that treating with Ecosyl resulted in a more nutritious silage.Learn more
We’ve captured a video diary of the Cut to Clamp audit process on a real-life Cheshire dairy farm. Watch our NEW series 'Follow the Silage' to learn more.Watch now
Good practice in silage production and the use of a proven silage additive, can really make a difference to the overall efficiency and profitability of your farm.View our products
Cut to Clamp is a new initiative from Volac. Our step-by-step guide outlines good practice in silage production and includes top tips and video resources.Learn more about Cut to Clamp
Aerobic instability forage heating can have a huge effect on silage palatability and intake. Ultimately, it will affect animal performance and could lead to mycotoxin contamination.
At Ecosyl, we’re leading the way in the research and development of new technologies and management techniques which aim to improve the efficiency of animal production from forage.
Several silage additives were tried, but only Ecosyl had that ability to not only boost silage quality, but to keep it stable as silo pits were opened and used in all seasons.
Jonathan and David McKinney, Heathmount Holsteins, Maghera
04 July 2019
Last summer’s drought brought into sharp focus the importance of having enough silage to feed. Ken Stroud, Volac Business Manager, discusses the need to take stock of your grass silage and how to reduce losses this season.
03 July 2019
Latest research shows that treating your multi cut silage with a proven silage additive, Ecosyl, results in production of a larger amount of more nutritious and palatable silage.
17 June 2019
Wholecrop cereal silage provided a lifeline for many producers facing grass silage shortages with last summer’s drought. So is this flexible forage worth considering again?