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moldy

animal feed overgrown with fungus; the feed may be harvested and stored or be still in the ground.

moldy corn disease
moldy feed
causes mycotoxic nephropathy in horses.
moldy garden beans
causes acute interstitial pneumonia in cattle.
moldy hay
moldy sweet clover
moldy sweet potato
fusariumjavanicum.
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Louise Labram, RSPCA inspector who attended the incident, said: "The caravan's door was unlocked and inside was a complete mess of tools, wheelbarrows, foliage, mouldy food and other belongings, but due to the state of it, it was clear noone was living or staying there for long periods.
Out of the 75 complaints, the report said, almost one third of samples were deemed as unsuitable for consumption including yoghurts and mouldy pastries.
I have never had any problems before with mouldy cakes, as they are made fresh and not frozen and your cake was made on Thursday.
Officers found mouldy foods and rodent-gnawed blocks of butter in the refrigerator.
I always baked hot cross buns on Good Friday and my mother said to keep one back as she'd heard if you made them on that day they wouldn't go mouldy," said Kathleen, who turned 76 yesterday.
Mind you, looking at the list above I could let lots go but draw the line at a mouldy bedroom or bathroom.
I was horrified, there was no way I wanted to exchange one mouldy naan for another unacceptable product.
30pm LET'S face it, we're skint - once mochachoca-frappachinos, now we're lucky to get a cup of cha from a mouldy teabag already used 50 times.
Two Englishmen fighting over the captain's armband is like stray cats squabbling over a mouldy ham sandwich they've spotted in a skip.
As I write, I have just thrown out a pack of strawberries bought only a day earlier, because they have gone mouldy.
Lieutenant Pigeon may have been a one-hit wonder in the 1970s with Mouldy Old Dough, but he's struck the target time after time this decade with his mouldy old poop.
Chris Frear, of restoration firm Precious Voices in Thornhill, Dumfriesshire, said: "We used to get one or two cases a year, now 10 per cent of all the work sent to us is mouldy.