Silostop Orange Now Available

March 18, 2013 05:22 AM
 
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New color gives producers confidence they are purchasing total oxygen barrier film from Silostop.

Source: Silostop

Bruno Rimini Corp., makers of Silostop® oxygen barrier film, introduces Silostop® Orange®.

The new Silostop Orange combines all of the qualities needed to maximize feed quality: strong and stretchy with both cling and barrier. In fact, the barrier is so good that it is referred to as a "Total Oxygen BarrierTM".

"Silostop Orange gives producers the confidence that they are purchasing oxygen barrier film from Silostop and no other product in the marketplace compares to the protective power of a total oxygen barrier," says Simon Wigley from Bruno Rimini Corp.

Selecting the right covering and achieving the proper seal when putting up silage has a significant financial impact on an operation. Losses from unsealed or incorrectly sealed corn silage exceed a quarter billion dollars every year.

"Financial losses from throwing away damaged feed and spoiled silage is unnecessary and can be avoided with the use of Silostop Orange," says Wigley.

Silostop total oxygen barrier film reduces dry matter loss, decreases visible spoilage, maintains feed quality, improves aerobic stability and saves labor.

Now in a wide range of sizes, Silostop total oxygen barrier film is available up to 65 x 1,000 feet with larger sizes available by special order.

Silostop® total oxygen barrier film is produced under the Bruno Rimini brand as a specifically engineered oxygen barrier film that is proven to protect ensiled forage and grain with superior performance over traditional plastic covers. Silostop® offers a complete line of products to address specific silage storage management needs including barrier films, gravel bags and protective nets.

For more information, visit www.silostop.com, email info@silostop.com, or call 866-912-0358.
 

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