Silage sentence example

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  • No silage additives have been used for the last five years.

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  • The milking cows are offered silage ad-lib and are never asked to eat right down to the last.

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  • Allowing air into the silage bale will result in part or all of that bale going rotten.

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  • This piled in either a disused silage clamp, or taken to the field and placed in the windrow.

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  • Double Pressed Apple Pulp This makes a good silage extender or replacer at 30% dry matter and 10.8 (MJ/kg DM ).

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  • At least 60% of the dry matter in daily rations is to consist of roughage, fresh or dried fodder, or silage.

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  • In my native Suffolk the cowslip meadows have long given way to the coarse grass used for silage.

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  • Everywhere is littered with big bale silage, usually wrapped in white plastic, looking like a fall of giant hailstones.

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  • The animals graze in the summer and are fed hay, straw or silage in the winter.

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  • The biological inoculants tended to have contrasting effects on silage total fatty acid compared with the other additives.

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  • This can usually be achieved by feeding ad lib good quality silage.

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  • It does not apply to moist feeds (e.g. brewers grain, silage, liquid molasses, fruit and vegetable waste etc ).

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  • They could even be standing underneath a silage pit, possibly even constructed with a European Union grant for poor rural areas.

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  • Diets based mainly on silage could be deficient in vitamin E and the trace element selenium.

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  • The cows when housed just get fed grass silage together with a few kg of meal fed using out of parlor feeders.

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  • As we descended a farmer was busy cutting silage.

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  • Instead of making hay, the crop is wrapped in plastic and fermented to produce silage.

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  • The farmer will not just make silage from grass.

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  • Sometimes grazing a particular field or using silage from it is always associated with milk fever.

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  • Although wheat is more common, it is known some whole crop cereal silage is made from barley.

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  • It is the young leafy part that makes the highest quality silage.

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  • Quality is an important factor when making big bale silage for both the cattle and the sheep.

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  • The ley will have a thick bottom sward for good hay, silage and grazing.

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  • Grass silage containing 296 g VCDM per kg FW was produced from the primary growth of a perennial ryegrass sward.

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  • The presence of ragwort in hay, silage or dried grass is the main source of poisoning.

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  • No transformants were obtained after the plasmid DNA was exposed to silage effluent or rumen fluid for longer than 1 min.

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  • Repeated cutting for silage, high inputs of fertilizers and slurry, and selective herbicides serve to reduce diversity of both flora and fauna.

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  • First cut grass silage or whole crop mixtures can also be used.

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  • Re-use of tires includes weighing down silage clamp coverings, recycling includes paper etc taken to local authority amenity sites.

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  • Maize silage from the previous autumn is often used most successfully.

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  • Throughout other parts bullocks are fed on pasture land, and also in stables on nourishing and succulent feed such as hay, Indian corn fodder, Indian corn silage, turnips, carrots, mangels, ground oats, barley, peas, Indian corn, rye, bran and linseed oil cake.

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