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Biomin® BioStabil

Preserves the energy in your silage

The Biomin® BioStabil product line is a formulation of strategically selected lactic acid bacteria for silage inoculation.
These bacteria produce lactic acid and acetic acid in a balanced ratio for an improved fermentation process and longer aerobic stability. The rapid drop in pH value and direct effects of acetic acid inhibit growth of spoilage microorganisms thus preserving the nutritive value and feed safety of the silage.

Biomin® BioStabil increases qualitative and nutritional value of the silage and provides superior aerobic stability.

Key Focus


* Biomin® BioStabil products work best with good silage management.

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