Toolkit Product selector

Use our handy tool to find out which of our silage additives is most suitable for your crop type and dry matter percentage.

Then find out how many packs of the recommended product the you would need to purchase based on the amount of hectares of land you need to cover.

Step 1:
Recommended product

Choose a recommended product:

Ecosyl 100 products product banner new product listing

To dominate the fermentation, and boost animal production.

Organic: Yes

Ecosyl ecocool 100 2 litre white hdpe bottle large product listing

To help prevent heating at face and feedout. Also boosts fermentation.

Organic: Yes

Ecostable product listing

To help prevent heating at face and feedout and to dominate the fermentation, and boost animal production.

Organic: No

Da ecocorn product listing

To help prevent heating at face and feedout and to dominate the fermentation, and boost animal production.

Organic: No

Ecobale product listing

Gives bales much extended "Open Time" reducing heating/moulds. Increases palatability and animal production.

Organic: No

Step 2:
Number of packs required

Yield guide:

  • Light Cut: 3-5t
  • Medium/Traditional: 6-8t
  • Heavy Cuts: 9-11t

Yield guide:

  • Light Cut: 7.5-12.5t
  • Medium/Traditional: 15-20t
  • Heavy Cuts: 22-27t

Yield guide:

  • Light Cut: 0.75t-2t
  • Medium/Traditional: 2-4t
  • Heavy Cuts: 4-6t

Yield guide:

  • Light Cut: 2-5t
  • Medium/Traditional: 5-10t
  • Heavy Cuts: 10-15t

Yield guide:

  • Spring Sown: 8-10t
  • Winter Sown: 9-12t

Yield guide:

  • Spring Sown: 20-25t
  • Winter Sown: 23-30t

Yield guide:

  • Light Harvest: 12-14t
  • Typical Harvest: 15-18t
  • Heavy Cuts: 19-24t

Yield guide:

  • Light Harvest: 30-35t
  • Typical Harvest: 35-45t
  • Heavy Cuts: 46-60t

Yield guide:

  • 4-8t

Yield guide:

  • 10-25t

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