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Ensilage vs. Silage

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Ensilagenoun

The process of producing silage by the fermentation of green fodder.

Silagenoun

Fermented green forage fodder stored in a silo.

Ensilagenoun

(archaic) silage.

Silageverb

To ensilage.

Ensilageverb

(transitive) To preserve in a silo.

‘to ensilage cornstalks’;

Silagenoun

Short for Ensilage.

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Ensilagenoun

The process of preserving fodder (such as cornstalks, rye, oats, millet, etc.) by compressing it while green and fresh in a pit or vat called a silo, where it is kept covered from the air; as, the ensilage of fodder.

Silagenoun

fodder harvested while green and kept succulent by partial fermentation as in a silo

Ensilagenoun

The fodder preserved in a silo.

Silagenoun

grass or other green fodder compacted and stored in airtight conditions, typically in a silo, without first being dried, and used as animal feed in the winter.

Ensilageverb

To preserve in a silo; as, to ensilage cornstalks.

Silageverb

make silage

‘they do 1500 acres of contract silaging each year’;

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Ensilagenoun

fodder harvested while green and kept succulent by partial fermentation as in a silo

Silageverb

preserve (grass and other green fodder) as silage.

Silage

Silage () is a type of fodder made from green foliage crops which have been preserved by acidification, achieved through fermentation. It can be fed to cattle, sheep and other such ruminants (cud-chewing animals).

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