The effect of adding ferulate esterase producing Lactobacillus strains during ensiling on the quality of grass silage

Elien Dupon, Joos Latré, Eva Wambacq, Johan De Boever

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    By treating prewilted grass with Pioneer? 11GFT more sugars and apparently also more easy degradable cell walls were fermented to lactic and acetic acid, resulting in a lower pH, less DM-losses and protein degradation and a better aerobic stability. The treated silage contained less rumen degradable NDF, but more degradable OM and had also a higher total OM digestibility. These effects were more pronounced for grass cut in a young growth stage and after a long ensiling period.
    TaalEngels
    TitelProceedings of the XVIth International Silage Conference
    EditorsK. Kuoppala, M. Rinne, A. Vanhatalo
    Aantal pagina's2
    Plaats productieHelsinki
    UitgeverijMTT Agrifood Research Finland
    Datum2012
    Pagina's352-353
    ISBN van geprinte versie978-952-487-384-0
    ISBN van elektronische versie978-952-487-385-7
    StatusGepubliceerd - 2012
    Evenement16th International Silage Conference - Hämeenlinna, Finland
    Duur: 2-jul-20124-jul-2012
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