Making quality crimped grain 


There are significant incentives for livestock producers to maximise the use of homegrown forage and feed in their rations. These include reducing costs, improving performance and providing traceability. Traditionally, these crops have been combined, dried, rolled and stored before feeding, all of which add significantly to the cost of processing the feed. 

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What will you find inside the making quality crimped grain booklet?

Benefits of crimping

Requirements for crimping

The crimping process

Crimp clamp management

Feeding crimped grain

Step by step crimp treatment guide

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As an expert in microbial fermentation, Lallemand Animal Nutrition has developed a range of forage inoculants 

to address the specific challenges faced in each crop at ensiling. 

By choosing Magniva Plantinum crimp inoculant, producers can ensure optimal preservation of dry matter and the nutritive value of their silage crops from the field to feedout, optimising performance and animal efficiency. 

For more information on Magniva Platinum Crimp inoculantClick Here 

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Published Jun 21, 2023 | Updated Jun 27, 2023


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