Winter-feed - definition of winter-feed by The Free Dictionary
tr.v. win·ter-fed (-fĕd′)
To feed (livestock) during the winter when grazing is not possible.
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To date the farms have recycled 600,000 feet of this white plastic wrap used to contain silage, or winter-feed
, for cattle.
The crop was drilled in June following first cut silage and will be followed by a spring-drilled crop of triticale and lupins grown for wholecrop silage (to winter-feed