An integrated approach to milk solids production & the protein cascade using proven technologies made in New Zealand

Farmers understand they are part of a dynamic system and that a decision in one area can impact every other. Hyprecision views the dairy farm and beef station as a single system, with a single output and purpose; the most milk solids and protein at the lowest cost.


"If you need a lab report to know if your INOCULANT is working, it probably isn’t."

  • EDGE gives you more flexibility and more chances to capture good crop.
  • EDGE forage fermentation technology makes Better Wetter Forage™.
  • Our granular product induces fermentation with high lactic acid (which is cleanly converted to glucose by the animal) and very low acetic acid, in contrast to what is commonly sees with inoculants relying on L-buchneri.  
  • EDGE is a tool to manage harvest conditions. Edge frees you from the “moisture trap” and enables you to harvest based on the condition of the plant, future weather, ability to make the pile, availability of equipment and numerous other factors.
  • The difference is EDGE makes you plant agnostic. You can go for a ‘make the most feed’ strategy because Edge can preserve a wide variety of crop in a huge variety of conditions.
  • 98.6% of the ingredients for EDGE are sourced from NZ.   It is blended and manufactured in New Zealand and our patent pending applicator system is built in the Hawkes Bay.  
  • Our proprietary applicator enjoys several US and global patents.

Both EDGE 99R & EDGE 150 work equally well on all types of forages

Designed to give the operator more applicator adjustability and is used more often with pasture silage, annual grasses, cereals and lucerne. It is the preferred product for small capacity machines.

Although completely adequate for secondary forages like grasses and lucerne, EDGE 150 is used primarily as low dose product for maize silage to give the operator more capacity vs applicator flexibility.

A better stack is money in bank

Ask Yourself:

  • Are you undervaluing your grass?
  • Why is  “green, gold and cold” a vital metric of feed quality?
  • What matters more, how much I make, or how much I keep?
  • Isn’t a reduction in shrink the same as an increase in yield?
  • How do I know my inoculant is working?
  • What labs should I be using to determine the quality of my feed preservation?
  • What inoculant technologies are my peers in other parts of the world using?
  • Do I have to live with mould, yeast and mushrooms?
  • In what circumstance is wetter feed actually better feed?
  • Am I paying too much for inferior liquid inoculant?
  • What is the inherent flaw in all liquid inoculation products?
  • What impact can high-moisture maize, winter grasses, lucerne and cereals have on my overall feed supply and production?  
  • Am I undervaluing my grass and could I make more of it?  
  • What if I could keep 20% DM winter crops?
  • How long can an EDGE treated bale last?
  • Why is EDGE treated feed higher in energy and digestibility?

Get on the Edge! Contact us to find a contractor in your area using Edge.

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An applicator that works as well as the product

We have put as much time into our inside mount applicator and bailer systems as we have into EDGE technology.

Our patented applicator system is unlike anything in the industry, in terms of ease of use, consistency of application, flexibility for crop, and, most importantly, effectiveness in making consistently, green, gold and cold feed.

Are you a contractor interested in learning how EDGE can make a difference for you and your customers? We install and service EDGE applicators for free.

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Why plant grain corn when you can plant short day silage maize instead?

If you think about it, it’s really not what you take out of the field in tons that matters most - it is the quality of crop, and the efficiency by which that crop is converted into milk production.

Looking at the market, we saw seemingly overpriced grain genetics and many farmers using maize for carryover rather than for starch. Worse, we saw some farmers getting caught short on feed and making green feed.

Moreover, we felt farmers were simply paying too much for from the big corporates. So our idea was simple; sell short-day non-gmo hybrids that have silage specific traits at a fair price.  

Importantly, BRIXX™ is not only about harvesting a less expensive and more digestible silage specific maize; it is also about giving farmers 50 more days to graze their ground and put in additional crop. This one factor alone can mean the difference between profiting off increasing milk prices or being forced to liquidate a herd.

Ask Yourself

  • Why do I plant grain corn?
  • Is starch energy king or is there more to maximising milk production?
  • Could I maximise my hectares by planting a short day maize and a protein forage in the same season?
  • Am I paying too much for non-GMO hybrids?
  • Should I diversify my risk by planting multiple hybrids and seed brands?
  • How much can chopping silage maize at a lower dry matter increase fodder palatability?
  • Would I like to be the first farm in my contractor's queue for harvest season?
  • Can I use flexible hybrids to manage my planting around optimum weather and soil conditions?
  • Could I utilise a short day silage maize and harvest before the drought begins?
  • Can we grow protein and energy on the same field in the same year and can we get the seed to do it?
  • What could I do with 50 more days to graze the ground and put a different crop on it?
  • Am I in the business of planting seed or growing feed?

Discover what silage maize is all about!


Liquify manure and close the farm loop by converting wastewater into protein

The world’s first and only photosynthetic bacteria cultivated for the farm.  

BIOSTACK all-natural nutrients and accelerators take a constant farmer headache a turn it into a fertilizer production system. BIOSTACK'S breakthrough Photosynthetic and autotrophic microorganisms are specially formulated for agriculture wastewater systems.  

BIOSTACK Improves Biological Oxygen Demand and Chemical Oxygen Demand removal efficiency. BIOSTACK’S facultative bacteria work under the surface digesting solids and hold solids in suspension (during the lysis phase).  This means that the bacteria do not release the micronutrients during dormancy, which is why other bacterial approaches are just temporary fixes.  

With BIOSTACK, instead of “getting rid” of dairy waste, you are transporting micronutrients back to the field and using them when you need them. Thus, BIOSTACK technology is a perfect complement to animal agriculture that can also have a positive environmental impact. If your waste is not going through a system treated with Biostack, you are batting from behind from a regulatory and production standpoint.

Solubilize nutrients in manure and transform it from a burden to a valuable resource!

  • Accelerate recovery from upsets and shock loads.
  • Accelerate breakdown of surface crusts and floating organic solids.
  • Soon available with an easy-to-use dosing and reminder app!
  • Accelerate breakdown of bottom sludge.
  • Associated with more rapid maturation of grasses in the paddock and increases in dry matter tonnes.
  • Reduce or eliminate the need for dredging.
  • Break down solids in the manure pit entirely, making them irrigatable.  
  • Significantly reduce odours in and around holding tank/pit.
  • Improves solids settling.

Contact us to close your farm loop!