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.
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.
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.
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!