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ensilage

stored green feed preserved by encouraging primary fermentation to a sufficient level of acetic acid. Good ensilage keeps well for several years and has high nutritive value and palatability. Some silage adjuvants are available to encourage proper fermentation. Called also silage. See also pyrexia-pruritus-hemorrhage syndrome.
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Evaluation of the results was difficult since field peas are difficult to ensilage and this work is the one of the first studies using cinnamon and oregano as a silage additives.
Silage Greenery (weeds or leguminosae) kept fresh with ensilage process.
2010) who found that tannin suppressed the production of lactic acid during ensilage.
Effects of lactic acid bacteria in inoculants on changes in amino acid composition during ensilage of sterile and nonsterile ryegrass.
Desirable microorganisms are lactic acid bacteria (LAB), which usually dominate over the ensilage process, whereas a number of undesirable microorganisms could also grow and bring about anaerobic or aerobic spoilage.
0% (as-fed %) added at the moment of sugar cane ensilage and observed an increase in in vitro dry matter digestibility (IVDMD).
mis-spell of coenosarc, OED ENSILAGES OED ensilage, noun & vb PASTORESS OED SLEERESSE OED slayeress * Wordsworth word list GAMETANGE OED gametangium ANALYZORS Stedman analyser, analysor MALAROMAS OSPD (singular common in word lists) ELAEOLATE elaeotate, OED TYROCIDIN OED tyrocidine AZOLIMINE [C.