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  • n. Plural form of silage.


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  • You need not worry about it because all silages have a slightly laxative effect.

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  • You have also learned about how to make silages from them.

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  • Fish silages can also be produced by the fermentation of the fish offals using lactic acid producing bacteria such as Lactobacillus sp.

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  • Gases formed during fermentation may become hazardous when making and feeding all types of silages unless precautions are observed.

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  • It has also been recognized that nitrogen dioxide gas is formed by high-nitrate silages and can cause a sometimes fatal disease called nitrogen dioxide pneumonia in man and livestock.

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  • In general, silages with leas than 70% moisture have little or no seepage loss.

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  • This effect may be somewhat more pronounced with some silages than with others The dairyman will do well, therefore, to feed all silages after, rather than before, milking.

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  • Wilted silages made without preservatives usually have an acidity within the PH range 4.0 to 5.0, depending on the crop.

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  • While spring seems a long way off, one must realize that once the freezing temperatures are gone, spoilage could be a risk, especially for those wet feeds and silages if they did not ensile properly.

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  • Yeast is all over the environment it can also be found in silages, hays, grain by-products, sometimes found in soil and water.

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