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Bonsilage Fit M

The specialist for a reduced silo ripening period

The special combination of homofermentative and heterofermentative lactic acid bacteria (LAB) strains ensures intensive fermentation in starch-rich silages during the first few weeks of ensiling. The strain Lactobacillus diolivorans reduces the silo ripening time to two weeks with the lowest losses and highest energy content. The ensiling agent protects against reheating and improves the aerobic stability. Lactobacillus diolivorans is an entirely new heterofermentative lactic acid bacteria strain selected by SCHAUMANN with a unique metabolism and synergistic effect.



  • L. diolivorans: The only EU-approved strain of this type with an innovative, hitherto unknown metabolism
  • The combination of L. diolivorans, L. buchneri and L. rhamnosus provides an intensive fermentation during the first few weeks in starch-rich silages
  • Prevention of reheating and improvement of aerobic stability after short silo ripening time (2 weeks)
Range of application+
  • Maize silages and whole-crop-silages with 25-45 % DM
  • L. diolivorans (new)
  • L. buchneri
  • L. rhamnosus
  • Min. 2,5* 1011 lactic acid bacteria/g BONSILAGE SPEED M
  • 1 g BONSILAGE SPEED M/t ensiled material
  • 1 can is sufficient to treat 100 to of ensiled material
Minimum storage period+
  • 2 weeks

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