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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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The process of ensilage is to forestall shortage of feed in dry season.
Lot no 2 Intitule fourniture et ensilage de granuls
The ensilage process is a technique that consists in preserving foddering plants through acid fermentation adequacy, in which lactic acid bacteria convert soluble sugars into lactic acid [15].
Silage is produced from greenery (weeds or legumes) kept fresh from ensilage process.
Etude de la valeur agronomique en plante entiere au stade de recolte ensilage de differentes varietes de mais grain selectionnees entre 1950 et 1980.
Silage Harvester--A field implement that harvests standing corn, cuts it into ensilage length, and elevates the chopped fodder into a truck or wagon box ready for transportation to and placement in the silo.
He also reiterates the Parliament's demand for aid for the ensilage of grass corresponding to aid for maize ensilage, whilst advocating an increase in compensatory aid in the milk sector.
Variations in the carbohydrate content of lucerne and the effect on ensilage.
Based on the perspective of maximum utilization of rice straw, the mixture of rice straw and distiller's grains at 9:1 associated to 5% molasses at ensilage was recommended for efficiently utilizing rice straw.
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The by-products showed their suitability for ensilage, providing a pleasant smell and good visual characteristics.