It's time to store your silage and grain in an environmentally friendly and flexible way

We help you to preserve and store feed and grain with the most modern silage bag technology and BUDISSA BAGGER® made in Germany.

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Our credo: The right machine for every application and for every size of a company.

OUR PLASTICS

Bags and accessories, agricultural films (agripackaging), geomembranes.

Our company

BAG Budissa Agroservice GmbH has been selling feed conservation in plastic bags technology in Europe since 1994. Since 1997 the silage presses have been produced in Germany. In addition to production and distribution in more than 35 countries worldwide, product development in the field of forage preservation in the bags is a top priority. Our customers appreciate our many years of know-how, the close, and trusting cooperation.
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Feed conservation in plastic bags

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Feed conservation in plastic bags is an efficient, flexible and environmentally friendly system for preserving and storing feed in a specially developed foil tube.

Silopress - the modern machine for forage preservation

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The silage preservation in the plastic bags is mainly done by Silopress. The breakthrough of the silopress in Germany and Europe did not come until the mid-90s. However, the silage press was already invented at the end of the 1960s. Even then it was found that the silopress could be used to produce high-quality silage. Today there is a wide range of machines that can store not only silage but also grain, spent grains, industrial by-products, various bulk materials (pellets, fertiliser, road salt), and much more in plastic bags.

Functional principle

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The right machine for every application. Different crops and their properties require silo presses of different constructions.
The forage is filled into the receiving trough of the silage presses by means of back tippers, silage wagons, wheel loaders or other suitable equipment. In the classic Silopresse, the compaction rotor presses the crop against a large grid in the plastic bag. The grid stands at the beginning of the bag and is connected to the machine by steel ropes (left and right), which slowly unwind from the rope drums. The unwinding of the ropes is braked at the rope drums. This principle is used to control the compression in the bag. The pressure created in the bag pushes the machine and tractor forward (neutral position tractor) while the compacted film hose fills.
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The machine operator checks the film elongation (maximum 10%) and manually adjusts the brake pressure on the rope drums. Back tippers, loading wagons and partly wheel loaders are used for filling. Bags from 1.20m to 3.60m and up to 150m in length can be used. New generations of machines without rope and grid are already on the market.

Grain, grain maize (dry/moist) as well as various bulk materials can also be stored in the bags.

The filling device has a wide hopper that can be filled by transfer trailer or wheel loader. In addition, a side filling auger is available, which transports the grain directly from the truck via the grain flap into the machine. In the machine itself, a powerful auger conveys the crop into the plastic bag.

A special feature of grain storage in the bag is the removal device, which enables clean mechanical removal of the grain. Here, the emptied plastic bag is wound up.
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Trucks equipped with a tunnel can dump spent grains, fertilizer, pellets or grain directly into a plastic bag (truck bagger). The bag is placed at the desired location and immediately sealed airtight. The driver of the truck bagger does all the work by himself, the prerequisite is the flowability of the product.
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The preservation of milled wet grain/corn in a plastic bag can be done in one operation with our roller mills. Grain drying can be dispensed with work and storage, costs are reduced, harvest peaks are eased.
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The machine is filled with organic residues, whole beet or potatoes via a hopper, these are subsequently pushed into the bags by a push plate.
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For which feed are you looking for the right machine?

Feed conservation in plastic bags

Rotor Bagger

with backstop or anchor

for ensiling all kinds of feedstuff like grass, alfalfa, sugar beet pulp and many more

Grain storage

Grain Bagger

with hopper and auger

for storing of human and feeding grain, corn and other bulk materials (fertilizer, pellets, salt)

Brewer's grains and by-products

Truck Bagger

Truck tipping with tunnel adapter

for brewers grain, wet & bulk materials

Wet grain conservation

Grinder Bagger

the roller mill

for milling and grinding dry & wet grain, corn, peas, canola seed

Whole beet and potatoes

Push Bagger

with pushing shield

for composting & storing whole sugar beets and potatoes

Used machines

The 7 most frequently asked questions answered quickly

In principle, the plastic bags can be laid down on all even and stable surfaces (meadow, mulched stubble field, gravel parking lot, concrete or asphalt surface). It is important to consider the soil conditions at the time of removal, because the same lane is always driven over with the removal vehicle during removal. Meadows and fields are often wet and difficult to drive over in winter.
Depending on the bag size, there are different filling quantities (guide values):
Bag diameterBag diameterCutting areaFilling quantities per running meterFilling quantities per bag
(m)(ft)(m²)(t/m)(m³/m)length (m)weight (t)volume (m³)
1,505'2,51,51,5608090
1,655,5'2,71,72,06090120
1,956,5'3,02,03,360100175
2,408'4,53,05,075200340
2,709'5,73,86,375250430
3,0010'7,14,77,875320530
3,6012'10,26,711,275460760
Depending on the bag diameter and length, the price of the plastic bags varies. As a guideline, you can expect bag costs of around €2/tonne of fodder or grain.
We offer machines for all farm sizes with different outputs. While the smallest machine is operated with around 90 hp, the largest silage baler requires 240 hp drive power. Our self-propelled motor machines are equipped with John Deere engines between 175 and 375 hp.
To remove the silage, the plastic bag is first cut off at an angle. Removal is done with a wheel loader (shovel, cutting shovel or similar), with a grapple, with a silage cutter or also with a block cutter or silage cutter. Grain can be removed with a wheel loader or with our Budissa Unloader (removal device with film winder).
The value of the silage or grain in a plastic bag is very high. Therefore, we recommend covering the plastic bags with silage protection grids. Here it depends on the right quality of the products – we will be happy to advise you on this.
We see ourselves as a provider of a technology that is constantly being further developed. Till the end we work very closely with partners from practice and research. Only in this way the high expectations of our customers can be met satisfactorily. The plastic bags, like these machines, are an integral part of the technology. Our satisfied customers purchase the tubes directly from us.
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