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  • Roughage is made up of bulky fibrous plant materials, fresh, dried or ensiled, which are mainly suitable for feeding ruminant animals.

    Chapter 7

  • Gliricidia lacks the fermentable carbohydrates necessary to make high quality silage unless it is ensiled with molasses and formic acid additives (Kass and Rodriguez, 1987).

    Chapter 3

  • The feeding value of ensiled Jerusalem artichokes.

    Chapter 20

  • Alkali spray-treated straw can be ensiled satisfactorily for up to one year.

    Chapter 6

  • The pH of the treated straw remained between 9 and 10, and the ensiled straw had a pleasant odour.

    Chapter 6

  • The ensiled material has to be exposed to air for one to two hours before feeding to rid it of excess ammonia.

    Chapter 6

  • Trials have shown that calcium hydroxide can be as effective as NaOH if the treated straw is ensiled for five to six months.

    Chapter 6

  • Silkworm cocoons can be dried immediately (to prevent negative bioconversion) and fed directly or ensiled by the same method used for fish wastes.

    Chapter 24

  • Fish wastes (item 10) can be ensiled in a remarkably simple process (21).

    Chapter 24

  • Slothrop kicks aside loose earth and finds a brick cairn, stuffed with potatoes ensiled last year.

    Gravity's Rainbow

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