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ensiled

pertaining to or emanating from ensilage.
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Pigs fed with rations containing up to 15% of coffee pulp ensiled with 5% molasses had equal or better total weight gain than those fed commercial concentrate.
05) reduction in the pH value of the ensiled grass as the content of sugar cane increased.
FVR could be used in fresh, dried or ensiled forms in animal feeding [5].
Feeding value of ensiled high-moisture maize grain with cob for growing-finishing pigs.
Currently through other sources, the following information is being collated and as such does not form part of the services of this project:- What volume of waste (mortalities) is currently produced by finfish farms in Scotland;- Is this waste raw~ or ensiled (what the ensiled material consists of pH, acid % etc.
Wilting took 36 hours, with a total ensiled forage yield of 3,980 tonnes fresh.
Since bales are ensiled in one continuous airtight film wrap, there may be substantial opportunities for aerobic spoilage due to air pockets made by uneven bale junctions, uneven floor, bale locations within an in-line wrapped tube, or by wrap punctures.
Relation of dry matter content in ensiled material and other factors to nutrient losses by seepage.
In fact, nine out of the last 10 years, we've grown cereals to include in the milking cows' winter diet and ensiled the crop using this system.
The remaining cellulose element could be ensiled for animal feed or further broken down with enzymes to produce more fuel.
The trials also investigated performance achieved from feeding fermented WCW harvested at 47pc DM, compared with processed-urea-treated WCW at 74pc DM and 82pc DM and the control, WCW at 85pc DM ensiled without an additive.