Effects of Delayed Filling and Additive Use on the Quality of Pressed Sugar Beet Pulp Ensiled in Plastic Bags

Published on: 09/09/2021
Author/s : AUERBACH, H. 1, WEBER, G. 2, NADEAU, E. 3., WEBER, U. 2, WEISS, K. 4, POTTHAST, C. 5*. / 1 International Silage Consultancy, Wettin-Löbejün, Germany; 2 BAG Budissa Agroservice GmbH, Malschwitz, Germany; 3 Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Animal Environment and Health, Länghem, Sweden; 4 Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Faculty of Life Sciences, Berlin, Germany; 5 Südzucker AG, Mannheim, Germany. *Now with Agromed.

IntroductionPressed sugar beet pulp (PSBP) is frequently ensiled in plastic bags and represent a valuable feed component of feed rations for ruminants. However, its high susceptibility to fungal infestation during feed-out, especially in summer, often results in low stability and poor hygienic quality (Kalzendorf, 2007). Therefore, especially the use of chemical additives containing salts of sorbi...

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September 9, 2021

Thank you sir for what I've learned from you, and what about protein in cotton s cake when compared to canola?

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