MAXIMISE YOUR GRAZING
Understand the dietary and mineral components of your pastures.
Grass is the most cost effective form of forage therefore management and analysis of the crop value it key to maximise livestock performance from homegrown forage.
DIETARY COMPONENT (NIRS)1
The dietary component will provide protein and fibre content to help you formulate rations to meet the particular nutritional requirements of your livestock.
(NIRS)1 Near-infrared Spectroscopy
The supply of adequate levels of trace elements is critical in supporting hormone and immune functions in the animal’s body. The mineral profile will determine, in great detail, the level of major minerals, trace elements and antagonist minerals in the grass crop allowing you to take the appropriate action to ensure production is not compromised.
(ICP-OES)2 Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectroscopy
YOUR AUDIT WILL INCLUDE …
- Summary explanation of your results
- Clamp and silage assessment
- Dietary component report
- Mineral and trace element report
- Highlight any antagonists which could lead to mineral lock-ups
- Give a detailed breakdown of mineral and trace element deficiencies
ALL CROP BACTERIAL SILAGE INOCULANT
HM Inoculant® is a silage additive/preservative which induces rapid and cool fermentation to reduce the loss of energy components in forage. This not only reduces your silage losses, but HM Inoculant® treatment also increases the gross energy and digestibility of forage.