AIDCO will start packing a 1000 Kg corn silage bales, round bales wrapped by a stretch plastic film.
AIDCO started producing TMR feed in a 50 Kg bags and 1000 Kg bales
AIDCO follow this anaerobic fermentation process to help ensure a valuable, high-quality crop.
When a corn plant is chopped and put into some sort of storage facility, the cells of the corn plant are still alive. The respiration of these plant cells and the microorganisms in the silage produce carbon dioxide and heat.
This is called aerobic respiration, because oxygen is used. As the carbon dioxide level increases and the oxygen level decreases, this respiration will decrease and stop, and anaerobic (without oxygen) fermentation begins. In this process, desirable bacteria use the soluble carbohydrates in the cells to produce primarily lactic acid. Lactic acid causes a drop in the pH. Fermentation will occur until enough lactic acid is produced to drop the pH to approximately 4.2, at which point all bacterial action stops.
AIDCO has the desire to preserve the Corn Silage in a way that can be stored for long periods of time without losing quality