Choose SustaiN for sustainable feed production

Reduce nitrogen volatilisation losses by 50% with SustaiN®

With new nitrogen reporting limits, SustaiN is the easy way to meet your regulatory commitments without compromising growth. SustaiN’s innovative formula halves the amount of nitrogen lost through volatilisation compared to urea – so more nitrogen is retained for your pasture.

Four key benefits of SustaiN

SustaiN is a more sustainable nitrogen product than urea – giving you maximum efficiency for both the planet and your pocket. SustaiN’s unique formula will halve your volatilisation losses, which is great for reducing nitrous oxide emissions, and also creates better pasture yield.

Retains more nitrogen
50% less nitrogen is lost to the atmosphere by volatilisation, compared to standard urea. This nitrogen is retained in the soil, where it can be used by plants.


Grows more grass
Research shows, over a wide range of conditions, SustaiN gives you a 5% average increase in pasture yield compared to urea.


Easy application
When you apply urea, you need just the right amount of rain to fall around the application to avoid nitrogen volatilising into ammonia gas. The active ingredient in SustaiN – AGROTAIN® nitrogen stabiliser – slows down the natural biological process that causes volatilisation.

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All farmers will need to start reporting on their emissions by 2023. Reducing nitrogen lost through volatilisation is a key nitrous oxide mitigation strategy, so choosing SustaiN means you’re well on your way already.


To start using nitrogen more efficiently on your farm, and to discuss whether SustaiN is right for you, chat to your Ballance Nutrient Specialist or contact our team on 0800 222 090.


SustaiN is the efficient way to use nitrogen on your farm, with an innovative formula that reduces volatilisation losses by 50%.

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SustaiN a better return on your investment

SustaiN a better return on your investment

More nitrogen retained in the soil is good news for your back pocket.

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