ABOUT Corn Silage

Corn silage is a widely used and valuable feed source for livestock, particularly in dairy and beef cattle farming. Silage has become a staple feed for livestock across the globe due to its exceptional nutritional value, energy contents and high digestibility. From harvesting to feeding, corn silage integrates seamlessly with mechanized systems, saving time and resources.

Corn Silage is a fermented feed product made from whole corn plants, including the stalks, leaves, and grain, which are chopped and then ensiled to preserve their nutritional value. During the ensiling process water-soluble carbohydrates are converted to acids, making them significantly more digestible and protects the silage as best nutrient for healthy animal. Corn Silage ensures a consistent and reliable supply of high-quality feed throughout the year, regardless of weather conditions.

Saremco International is a trusted supplier of premium corn silage from Pakistan, with extensive experience in corn silage export. We offer top-notch animal feed at competitive prices.

 “More than just preservation, ensiling reveals the full nutritional potential of the corn plant, making corn silage a powerful tool for livestock producers seeking to optimize animal health and milk productivity”.

Corn silage export from Pakistan
CORN SILAGE
PRODUCTION CAPACITY
100
THE NUMBER OF HECTARES
502
AMOUNT OF WORKERS
5000
COLLECTED TONS

High Yielding Corn Silage of Saremco

Saremco International consistently produces premium corn silage that exceeds international export standards. Planning for corn silage production involves several key considerations to ensure a successful and productive harvest. The cropping plan should be based on forage dry matter requirements that take into account harvesting, storage, and feeding losses, and agronomic factors such as field selection, hybrid selection, rotations, fertility, and weed control programs. This approach is essential for optimizing the efficiency of corn silage production and ensuring high-quality forage.

Saremco plants silage corn seeds at the start of the season. We look after crops regularly and keep it safe from stress like drought, insects, or diseases. It helps us a lot to get a high yield.

The crop gives livestock producers a high-yielding, relatively more consistent source of forage. Livestock generally find corn silage palatable, which encourages them to consume the feed readily. This hay is one of those farm animals’ feeds that produce more acres than any other crop grown in Pakistan.

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Saremco Plant Productivity and Growth

Saremco Desired plant population for silage is dependent on the productivity of the seed and the Soil. We choose both of these elements very carefully. Generally, the silage crops population should be around 2,000 to 4,000 plants per acre than the recommended amount for grain. It often results in the desired stand of 26,000 to 32,000 plants per acre on most soils at Saremco farms with the best corn silage harvest methods.

We have higher plant populations in this range. It is best suited to the most productive soils. We use a two-year trial conducted in Pakistani Soil to indicate that silage yields are maximized at 42,000 plants per acre. Still, the estimated yields/acre, whole Corn plant digestibility were maximized at 30,000 plants per acre by Saremco and provide less corn silage price in Pakistan.

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Bundling, Packaging and Storing

Saremco International understand that preserving the nutritional value of corn silage is paramount so, we employed best automated packaging system. Our meticulous packaging process, featuring 800kg round bales wrapped in high-quality plastic film, minimizes air exposure and safeguards the vital nutrients within corn silage. This approach ensures zero nutrient loss and physical damage and efficient transport a consistent and high-quality feed source for livestock and farm animals.

Corn silage is stored in our state-of-the-art warehouses equipped with advanced temperature control systems at optimum conditions. This preserve freshness, nutritional contents and quality of corn silage and ensure fresh and nutrient rich feed to animals. Saremco International corn silage boasts an exceptional shelf life of up to 3 years.

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Specifications

QUALITY

We export A+ quality of Corn Silage with controlled moisture.

Technical Specifications:

NameDetails
Product NameCorn Silage
UseAnimal Consumption, Animal Bedding
ColorYellowish Green
OriginPakistan
Moisture65%
AdmixtureNone
Crude Protein8.5%
Model NameSaremco Silage #001

 

 

Packaging details

NameDetails
Minimum Order Requirement (MOQ)22 to 24 Tons
Payment OptionsLC/TT
Packaging Stylebales or as per customer requirement
Bale Weight750 to 850kg
Container HQ (ft)40 feet
Bales per Containerdepends on the bale type
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Organic Fresh Food
Farm Fresh
Organic Food
The Farmer
Organic

GET IN TOUCH

We always welcome your inquiries, please feel free to contact us for any further information.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is corn silage?

Corn silage is a type of hay, or animal feed, made from the entire corn plant. The plant is harvested while still green, then chopped into small pieces and fermented, which helps to preserve it and improve its digestibility for livestock.

What is the significance of corn silage in livestock feeding?

Corn silage is an important feed for dairy and beef cattle. It contains high energy and improves digestibility. It provides a balanced source of fiber, protein, and energy.

How is corn silage produced in Pakistan?

In Pakistan, Corn Silage production follows a similar process to other parts of the world. The entire corn plant is harvested when the grains are at the right moisture level, typically around 65-70%. It’s then chopped and packed into a silo or a pit, where it ferments and is preserved for future use.

How significant is silage export from Pakistan?

Pakistan has a flourishing agricultural sector is known for exporting various crops. The Silage Export from Pakistan has grown due to its quality and cost-effectiveness in recent years. It has become a significant contributor to the country’s economy.

Who are the main buyers of Pakistan's silage export?

The main buyers of Pakistan’s silage export are typically countries with significant dairy and beef farming industries, such as countries in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

Why choose Saremco International as a corn silage exporter?

Saremco International is known for its commitment to quality and reliability. They ensure that the corn silage they export is highly nutritional, properly fermented, and preserved. Plus, they have a wide network, supplying large volumes of silage globally.

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Farm Fresh
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People Also Asked

How is corn silage used in livestock feeding?

Corn silage is a high-energy, fermentable feed for dairy and beef cattle. It provides a nutritious and palatable feedstuff that can be stored and used throughout the year. It is especially beneficial in the dairy industry as it supports milk production.

What is the status of silage export from Pakistan?

Pakistan is an emerging player in the international silage market. With a large agricultural base and favorable climate for corn production, the country is increasingly exporting silage, including corn silage, to countries in the Middle East, Asia, and beyond.

How does corn silage export?

Corn silage is exported by packaging in airtight, moisture-resistant bags or containers to maintain its quality during transportation. The silage is then shipped to various international markets. The export process adheres to international standards and regulations to ensure the silage's safety and quality.

What are the challenges in the silage export business from Pakistan?

Challenges in the silage export business from Pakistan include fluctuating market prices, meeting international quality standards, and logistical issues related to packaging and transportation. Additionally, unpredictable weather conditions can affect corn growth, impacting the quality and quantity of silage production