Field Study

Vitazyme on Alfalfa – 2009, Ontario, Canada

In this Canadian haylage trial, comparing Vitazyme to an untreated control, the treated haylage showed a uniformly superior quality across most parameters. The changes were nearly all positive, and the reductions uncovered were generally for parameters that were favorable with a reduction. These changes are summarized in the downloadable pdf.

Of particular interest in this study is a large 10% increase in relative feed value with Vitazyme, and a 10% increase in protein, with a commensurate 13% drop in starch content. Fiber also dropped, allowing for more nutritional components such as protein and minerals. All essential minerals except manganese increased in content of the haylage.