MAGNIVA® Titanium combines elite lactic acid bacteria with high activity enzymes to drive a fast, hygienic ensiling fermentation and improve feed digestibility. MAGNIVA Titanium contains Pediococcus pentosaceus NCIMB 12455 and the high dose rate Lentilactobacillus buchneri NCIMB 40788 (formerly Lactobacillus buchneri NCIMB 40788), which has been reviewed and approved by the CFIA to reduce mould growth and increase aerobic stability.
Not all products are available in all markets nor associated claims in all regions.
Canada CFIA Registration Number: 983152
What it delivers
MAGNIVA Titanium helps maximize dry matter, nutrient retention, feed digestibility and improves aerobic stability to deliver stable, high quality and palatable feed.
Why it matters
MAGNIVA Titanium allows more consistent, higher quality feed to be fed without heating and spoilage, maximizing the value of the silages to your ration, improving production and herd health.
The active strains present in MAGNIVA Titanium have shown consistent performance through numerous laboratory and farm studies.
Proven results include:
- Faster pH drop1
- Increases dry matter recovery1-6
- Prevents heating7
- Improves silage and TMR stability8
- Increases milk production9
CFIA reviewed and approved claim for high dose rate of L. buchneri to improve aerobic stability. This claim was received based on a research dossier submitted by Lallemand Animal Nutrition.
MAGNIVA Titanium is recommended for:
- Whole plant corn silage 35-40% dry matter
- High moisture shelled corn at 75% dry matter
- Crops that are exposed to conditions that cause yeast and mold growth in the field
- Silage that will be transported or relocated
MAGNIVA Titanium is available in the following sizes:
- 220 gram pouch of water-soluble concentrate, treats 100 tonnes of fresh forage or 66 tonnes of high moisture corn
- 1 kg pouch of water-soluble concentrate, treats 500 tonnes of fresh forage or 333 tonnes of high moisture corn
Always follow label directions: The use of any forage additive cannot be expected to overcome poor management. Proper storage and handling is important to forage inoculant performance.