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A method of producing good silage

, : A method of producing good silage. Boletin Verde (17): 5-6

There are 5 basic rules for making good silage: (a) the forage must be free of soil, rubbish and rotting vegetation, etc. which cause putrefaction and low quality, (b) filling the silo must be continuous to prevent fungal development and drying of exposed surfaces, (c) the distribution of the material in the silo must be uniform, forming well mixed layers of uniform density, (d) various additives can improve quality and palatability; there are 3 types of additives, acids such as formic acid, bactericides, which control undesirable bacteria, and organic materials with a high carbohydrate content such as beet pulp, which are particularly useful if the basic material has a high m.c. as they absorb excess moisture; (e) the silo must be hermetically sealed.


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