The natural way to maximise the value of your slurry.

The natural way to maximise the value of your slurry.

SlurriN PRO is an enzyme and bacterial complex for slurry treatment.

SlurriN PRO is an enzyme and bacterial complex for slurry treatment.

Slurry is always valuable – not just when fertiliser prices are high!

With rapidly rising feed and fertiliser prices there has been much discussion around the value of slurry on farm and using a slurry treatment to maximise that value. While there is an agronomical benefit to treating slurry, a good slurry treatment will do much more. SlurriN PRO from Lallemand is a biological treatment containing a specific blend of enzymes and bacteria which work to:

  • Improve slurry quality
  • Improve the animal housing environment
  • Improve slurry management by making it easier to handle

Negative fermentation of slurry leads to undesirable bacteria and gases. The enzymes in SlurriN PRO work do break down the solid fraction of the slurry while the specifically selected bacteria work on the fermentable sugars to create a positive fermentation and break down the fibres.


Improved slurry quality

SlurriN PRO has been proven to increase the total nitrogen available which in turn provides savings on artificial nitrogen requirements

  • Treated slurry has been proven to have a higher N value – up to 400g/tonne fresh weight
  • Increased organic N creates increased rapidly plant available N
  • Increased mineral N in slurry means a cost saving on artificial N needed to meet agronomical needs


Improve your animal housing environment

Treating slurry stored in slatted tanks with SlurriN PRO creates positive fermentation and fibre breakdown which has a direct impact on improving the environment for the animals housed in those sheds.

  • Reduces development of undesirable bacteria thus reducing bad odours
  • Lower ammonia (NH3) emissions leading to higher air quality


Slurry is easier to handle and more valuable to use

Treated slurry has several time and financial benefits in addition to the increase N availability

  • Increased homogeneity across the tank
  • Decreased slurry solids
  • Increased fibre breakdown
  • Decreased odours

All of these combine to give a reduction in crusting time needed to agitate the tank before spreading leading to reduction on handling time, reduction on diesel and a more valuable product being spread on the land.

Specialist Nutrition | Moist Feed and Forage Specialists

Call 051 833071 or WhatsApp Amy on +353 87 408 1002