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ensiled

pertaining to or emanating from ensilage.
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The effects of Lactobacillus plantarum on chemical composition, rumen degradability, in vitro gas production and energy content of whole-plant corn ensiled at different stages of maturity.
Although many researchers suggested that the high dry matter content of ensiled forages decreases the number of LAB population because bacterial growth reduces under low water activity (Muck, 1990; Whiter and Kung, 2001; Rizk et al.
The amino acid profile attained during ensiling depends on the proteolytic potential of the ensiled plant (as reflected by protease and polyphenol oxidase activities), the tannin content, and the rates of wilting and acidification during ensiling.
Lactic acid concentrations of 37g/kg DM in elephant grass silage ensiled with 3% molasses was higher compared with 15g/kg DM concentration without molasses [8].
This avoids contact of atmospheric 'N' with ensiled material, which prevent the anaerobic fermentation.
Then, FVR was ensiled according to the formulas which are illustrated in (Table 1).
The current work was carried out at Sakha Animal Production Research Station, Animal Production Research Institute, Agricultural Research Center and Ministry of Agriculture to investigate the effect of partial replacement of berseem hay by ensiled and dried sweet potato vines on the performance of growing rabbits.
657m tonnes of grass silage were ensiled, a fall of 4%, with farmers switching to silage-making from other crops, up 10%.
Fermentation and utilization by lambs of sugar cane harvested fresh and ensiled with and without NaOH.
Expanded abstracts cover the influence of fiber and a commercial product on equine gastric ulceration syndrome, noted changes in metabolic activities in thoroughbred racehorses after racing, reports on forage conservation and the equine hindgut, models that assess the effect of treatments on the rate of passage of ensiled lucerne, insulin and glucose responses of weanlings, and the energy intakes of three different equine populations in comparison to new NRC recommendations.