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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.
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.
To update our information, we formed a partnership with the USDA Forage Research Center in Wisconsin to conduct new research on haylage storage options.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Fermentation patterns of small-bale silage and haylage produced as a feed for horses.
50 and PS56 per tonne, mini hestons of Barley straw sold to PS18 per bale, and to PS55 per tonne Round bales of Barley straw sold to PS18 (x2), PS15 and PS14 per bale, round bales of Oat Straw sold to PS14 per bale, round bales of Haylage sold to PS14, PS13 per bale, and to PS66 per tonne.
The Nolan family farms more than 1,000 acres, including 600 acres of corn for silage, 300 acres of haylage and 100 acres of dry hay, all of which goes to feeding and taking care of their herd of 350 milking Holsteins and 350 young stock.
His enterprise has since been diversified into hay, haylage and straw for the equine market, and grass and maize silage for dairy units.
The result is that this year's local supply of fodder for livestock - in the form of hay, haylage and silage - is very variable.
Crops have changed, with silage and then haylage largely replacing hay, while the small plots of swedes, mangolds and poatoes have gone.