Microsile

Unsurpassed preservation of your homegrown forage

  • Convenience – one formulation works on all forage types
  • Bacterial stimulants kick start bacteria and drive a robust fermentation
  • Exceptional lactic acid production quickly drops pH, which:
    • Stops growth of pathogens and silage-spoiling organisms
    • Improves palatability by preventing formation of unpalatable compounds
    • Preserves more dry matter minimizing losses
    • Increases nutrient retention and quality for optimal feed value
    • Inhibits the crop’s natural protein degrading enzymes
  • Inoculant color aids visibility, safeguarding that inoculant is flowing to the crop
  • Backed by science and practical experience
  • A highly active, water soluble combination of lactic acid bacteria and microbial stimulants specifically designed to drive a rapid fermentation. Combined with your good management, Microsile effectively preserves the dry matter, nutrients, palatability and profitability of your forage program.

  • Water soluble formulation
  • Three strains of homofermentative lactic acid bacteria tag team to effectively lower pH
  • Delivers 100,000 CFUs/gram of inoculated silage when used as directed
  • Added microbial stimulants aid in the rapid activation of bacteria
  • FD&C Blue #1 dye yields a brilliant blue/green color upon hydration
  • This product is a water-soluble formulation. Full contents of jar should be dissolved into the appropriate amount of warm (NOT HOT) non chlorinated water, and delivered via properly calibrated application equipment at one quart per ton of fresh silage. Product can be applied via low-volume, low pressure applicators at equipment manufacturer’s rates. See label for specific instructions.
  • Pediococcus pentosaceus, Pediococcus acidilactici, Lactobacillus plantarum, sugars, manganese sulfate
  • Moisture-sealed jars available in 50-, 200- and 500-treated ton sizes
  • Creamy white fine textured powder with a faint sweet aroma
  • Store in a cool dry place in original packaging
  • To maximize shelf life, store product in a refrigerator
  • Do not freeze
  • Avoid exposure to high temperatures
  • Use within one year from date of purchase