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Ensiling is a widely used method for preserving forage. It can take place in large plastic tube silos (“bags”), bunker silos, tower silos, stack silos on the field or in plastic wrapped round bales. The ensiling process has various challenges, two of which are these: The forage can be too wet, or the sugar content in the forage can be too low to sustain the fermentation process of the lactic acid bacteria.

These problems can be addressed by using Nordic Sugar Sugar Beet Pulp Pellets (SBPP) or molasses.