silage

[ UK /sˈa‍ɪlɪd‍ʒ/ ]
NOUN
  1. fodder harvested while green and kept succulent by partial fermentation as in a silo
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How To Use silage In A Sentence

  • Is "silage" a positive adjective when describing a beer's aroma? Madison Beer Review Presents Beer Talk Today
  • It is carefully calibrated to maximize milk production while minimizing cost and might consist of haylage or silage—chopped, preserved fodder—ground with protein boosters like soy or the malted grain left over from brewing. The Dirty Life
  • Brown midrib corn (BMR) is lower in lignin content (about half of normal corn silage), and 6 to 8 percentage units higher in total plant digestibility. “Going Up the Corn Crib” | clusterflock
  • However, Mr Barry sounded a warning note about risks to water everywhere as the silage-cutting season moves into top gear.
  • In the first three studies, cows produced somewhat less milk when fed red clover silage because they ate less of it and ingested almost 20 percent less protein.
  • Further work proved dry cows can graze kale without requiring any fibre supplement such as silage or straw. FWi - All News
  • The addition of straw to the diets of all animals on the farm will allow silage supplies to be stretched.
  • Store cattle being wintered with a view to finishing off grass next summer will require 2-3 kg meal/day with poor quality silage.
  • In the month of September most of the turf and peat was harvested, as well as hay and silage, so most hay barns and sheds are full for the winter
  • Modern farming generates a significant amount of waste such as fertiliser bags, silage wrapping, barrels, scrap metal fencing wire drums and strings from bales.
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