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silage disease
silage eye
silage poisoning
1. overfeeding on silage may cause indigestion. Usually the result of a heavy feeding program and a shortage of hay so that the roughage supply is entirely silage.
2. a silage containing more than the usual proportion of butyric acid may predispose to acetonemia.
3. silage containing a thriving population of Listeria monocytogenes may cause that disease when fed out.
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Aerobic stability: All of the treatment silages at 150 days were subjected to an aerobic stability test in four 2L polyethylene terepthalate bottles for treatment at room temperature (25AdegC), which lasted for 5 days by the procedure of Ashbell et al.
Fresh chopped sorghum and silages (10 g each) were shaken well by hand with 90 mL sterilized distilled water, and serially diluted at [10.
The lower aerobic stability of silages, containing high content of lactic acid and soluble carbohydrates, occurs because microorganisms such as yeasts have the ability to use these compounds in aerobiosis as a substrate for the production of C[O.
Two dairy enterprises from Pembrokeshire topped the 2014-15 silage awards run by the Federation of Welsh Grassland Societies and the RWAS.
2008), who added formic acid, salt or beet pulp in tomato silages and observed greater DM and CP levels after 30 days.
Clamps were depleted last winter/spring, so many farmers have been looking to make enough silage in order to build up stocks.
Table 1: Experimental silages Treatments Molasses% DM% 1 0 25 2 0 30 3 0 35 4 0 40 5 2 25 6 2 30 7 2 35 8 2 40 9 4 25 10 4 30 11 4 35 12 4 40 Table 2: The effects of treatments on the silage characteristics Treatments pH DM% 1 5.
Winner of the Clamp Silage title was John Parry, of Goitre Farm, Kerry, who impressed judges with his "remarkable" indoor feeding system.
A new national initiative by the British Grassland Society along with the English Beef and Lamb Executive says this need not involve either higher quality silage or increased conservation costs.