haylage


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haylage

(ˈheɪˌlɪdʒ)
n
(Agriculture) silage made from partially dried grass
[C20: from hay1 + (si)lage]
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The silage will feed Reaseheath's dairy herd of 220 high yielding Holsteins plus 180 followers, while second cut will produce high quality large bale haylage.
A post on the group's Facebook page said: "Haylage bales set on fire in Houston.
The farm makes its own top-quality hay, haylage and straw which feeds the cattle and horses on the farm throughout the year.
"There's not much money in suckler cows but one saving grace is that there's been plenty of haylage and silage made this summer.
Alapaca management is similar to sheep - they eat grass and haylage and must be shorn once a year.
Green corn silage production, nutrient-enriched rice straw (as haylage) and the use of UMMB have been proven to improve nutrition among dairy animals, thereby improving milk and meat production.
It is understood a group of teenagers set fire to haylage - fermented hay bales - outside the property.
The management of alpacas is similar to sheep - they eat grass and haylage and must be shorn once a year.
A wooden fodder store has been built within the grounds of the farm to protect the large bale hay and haylage that is required to feed many of the large animals.
The principle of forage conservation through haylage is based on anaerobic fermentation, aiming to provide sufficient amounts of lactic acid to promote a drop in pH and inhibit undesirable microorganisms, while also aiming to conserve the nutritional value and characteristics of the food as close as possible to the original forage.
A change of haylage ten days ago has contributed to Neil Mulholland's horses turning a corner and he was back among the winners in emphatic style as Vancouver and potential stable star Kalondra collected.