SuperSile® is the most effective forage inoculant with over 30 years of university and corporate research.

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SuperSile® Inoculants

Starts working from the moment it is applied
 
  • Oxygen Emilmination 
    Bacilli
     

  • Mold and Yeast Growth Prevention
    Bacilli
    E. faecium

    Lactic Acid Bacteria
     

  • Unlocking More Energy
    with Fermentation Enzymes

    Amylase
    Cellulase
    Pectinase
    Xylanase

Superior Efficacy

  • Excellent Customer Service by Experienced Field Reps and Seasoned Scientists.
     

  • 4 Strains of Bacteria to Cover the Entire Fermentation Process
     

  • Cuts Down on Dry Matter Loss by 3% Minimum
     

  • 3:1 Return on Your Investment
     

  • Safe For All Animals
     

  • All-Natural
     

  • Non-GMO
     

  • Made in the U.S.A. 

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Easy to Use. More palatable and more nutritious than preservatives or acid. 

         FREE shipping on U.S. orders over $100

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4 Strains of Bacteria for Perfect Fermentation

SuperSile® ingredients: Lactic Acid Bacteria species P. acidilactici, E. faecium, L. casei, and L. plantarum act in relay to start the fermentation at neutral pH 7 and rapidly bring it down to pH 3.5. This keeps the feed cool.

Amylase enzyme converts the available starch in the ensiled materials to sugars.

Cellulase enzyme breaks up the cellulose cell walls so more of the feed gets digested and converted to energy for production.

Pectinase breaks down pectin in the cell wall as an additional digestion aid.

Xylanase converts xylose to usable sugars.

Bacillus pumilus acts as an oxygen scavenger by reducing the oxygen pockets as well as secreting bacteriocins to limit plant cell respiration and reduce the number of undesirable bacteria, yeasts, and molds. This process saves the available sugars for the lactic acid-producing bacteria. 

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