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Synonyms for silage

fodder harvested while green and kept succulent by partial fermentation as in a silo


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Now Ron has to replace the haylage which was stored in the barn.
Types of silage include haylage, wilted silage, and direct cut.
6 TABLE A-4 STORAGE AND FEEDING DRY MATTER-LOSSES OF ALFALFA Storage Loss Feeding Loss Storage Method (percent) (percent) Small bales, stored inside 4 5 Round bales, stored inside 4 14 Hay stacks, stored inside 4 16 Round bales, stored outside 12 14 Hay stacks, stored outside 16 16 Haylage, vertical silo 7 11 Haylage, bunk silo 13 11 TABLE A-5 BUSHEL WEIGHTS AND VOLUMES Pounds/ Cubic Item Cubic Feet Feet/Ton Oats 32 lb/bu 26 77 Barley 48 lb/bu 38.
Green Mountain Dairy is one of the largest farms in Franklin County, milking 900 cows and growing corn and grass for haylage on 1,200 tillable acres on farms purchased in Sheldon, Swanton and Highgate, as well as some leased land.
The charity is always grateful for donations and also needs hay, haylage and straw.
Fatal Clostridium botulinum toxicosis in eleven Holstein cattle fed round bale barley haylage.
During winter months, Farm A fed cows with oat hay, alfalfa hay, and some alfalfa haylage on an ad libitum access basis, whereas Farm C let the cows have ad libitum access to alfalfa and meadow hay in year 1 and alfalfa hay alone in year 2.
To update our information, we formed a partnership with the USDA Forage Research Center in Wisconsin to conduct new research on haylage storage options.
Since their cropping equipment must be replaced, and they need additional feed, they agree to (1) sell existing cropping equipment, (2) purchase new haylage harvesting equipment, and (3) hire a custom operator to plant crops and harvest corn silage.
To help Spillers advise on how best to achieve this, Direct Laboratories spent time analysing the forages, hay and haylage, which would be available in Greece, to determine its precise protein, dry matter, fibre and mineral content.
J P McManus started the week in the best possible style when his Druid's Glen landed a gamble under Tony McCoy in the Cotswold Haylage Novices' Hurdle at Stratford.
McMANUS, whose mighty Istabraq bids to set a record of four Champion Hurdle wins at Cheltenham today, started the week in the best possible style when Druid's Glen, ridden by Tony McCoy, in the Cotswold Haylage Novices' Hurdle at Stratford.
OK 169 may be used for hay, haylage, or nonabusive grazing by livestock.
The balance of the ration for both groups consisted of alfalfa haylage, corn silage, high-moisture corn, soybean meal, vitamins and minerals.
He eats haylage, a cross between hay and silage, and also twice a day food which is meant for older horses.