Press Coverage

How do I choose my silage film - Lallemand Spring 2017

The most critical factor in maintaining high-quality silage and minimising dry matter loss is keeping oxygen out. Distributed by Lallemand Animal Nutrition, Silostop is a technological breakthrough that helps overcome silage spoilage.

Silostop on June's Biotalk

Biotal's June Newsletter features the value of the forage and the importance of using an oxygen barrier film to reduce the waste silage.

Silostop in Belarus

Article about Silostop and Uralbiovet presence at a Dairy show in Belarus.

SilostopMax on February's Biotalk

SilostopMAX is featured at the February's Biotal as the new oxygen barrier from Silostop.

Silostop on the Bridgwater Mercury

Spoiled silage could lead to health issues in youngstock

Spoiled silage could lead to health issues in youngstock

Using an oxygen barrier film on your silage gives farmers the opportunity to use the latest technology to inhibit the further ingress of oxygen Farmers are being reminded that feeding spoiled silage to youngstock could lead to health issues and have a negative long term effect on future productivity.

Spoiled silage could lead to health issues in youngstock

Spoiled silage could lead to health issues in youngstock according to Jennifer Hitchman, technical manager at Silostop.

Silostop on the Somerset County Gazette

"Never underestimate the effectiveness of good sheeting. It is possible to achieve zero visible waste on a clamp by using an oxygen barrier film."

Silostop featured on the South West Farmer

Farmers are being reminded that feeding spoiled silage to youngstock could lead to health issues and have a negative long term effect on future productivity.

Preventing Silage waste

Feeding out silage efficiently is key to containing feed costs for your dairy herd - so what's the best way to manage your clamps? Vet Dr. Tom Chamberlain, consultant veterinary surgeon, and nutritionist Prof Mike Wilkinson give their advice.