from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Green crops cut for feeding penned livestock.
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Since much of the season is in warm weather be prepared to properly dress and cool the carcuss as soon as possible to avoid soilage.
This was merely a reserve, in case of soilage, or whatever.
The animal is also provided full feeding of soilage.
Improper machine erection resp. any obstruction of cooling air passage paves the way for both heat damage and possible emission through soilage.
Speaking to FoodProductionDaily. com, Dr Jürgen Hofmann, EHEDG executive committee member, said that interfaces in new food and beverage machinery have been proving problematic for the industry with dead ends as a result of faulty valve design trapping product and allowing soilage, thus preventing sterile units post cleaning.
I had some extra money back in 1991 & presented hubbie with an investment plan for buying a SunFrost frig (uses less than one-tenth the energy, and, we later found out, reduces veggie soilage).