haylage


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haylage

a feed that is halfway between hay and silage. The feed is cut when green, chopped small (0.5 to 1 inch) wilted and then stored in a special airtight tower silo.
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The haylage was slashed - it's wrapped in plastic which keeps it protected but once it's opened you have to use it straightaway.
Small operations, therefore, may be at a disadvantage in completing harvest during the ideal time window for haylage or corn silage.
The couple grow all the haylage for feeding when the ewes are brought under cover for lambing and also harvest their own straw for bedding in the sheds.
Mr Davies, who runs 100 mixed ewes and nine suckler cows on 54 acres at Hafoty Foel, has his suspicions: "We've had a cold winter and perhaps one greedy ewe got a bit too much haylage.
Art's-Way also produces haylage machinery for original equipment manufacturers (OEM's).
His horse Druid's Glen landed a gamble under Tony McCoy in the Cotswold Haylage Novices' Hurdle.
Freeman has stated that "the bagger appears to be the answer to many problems associated with putting up haylage big square bales.
The cottage has a lawned area and shared access and the equestrial facilities including barn, loose boxes and haylage bay.
15am to see thick plumes of black smoke coming from his shed which was full of hay and haylage - a mixture of hay and silage - as well as bags of fertiliser.
I know it is hard but I would ask people to help, either by donating money or by giving us haylage, hay or straw.