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  1. 2017-03-30 Making Silage in Vichada Tech Note Spotlight: Biosand Water Filter Echoes from our Network: Member Highlight Adria and Job From ECHO's Technical Respose Team: Appropriate forage crops for clay soils From ECHO's Seed Bank: Forage peanut
  2. Abstract, BioMed Research International, 2016 Rice cultivation generates large amount of crop residues of which only 20% are utilized for industrial and domestic purposes. In most developing countries especially southeast Asia, rice straw is used as part of feeding ingredients for the ruminants....
  3. Abstract, Asian-Aust. Journal of Animal Science, 2010 The improvement of the fermentation quality of rice straw silage by application of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) and glucose was investigated in this study. Sixteen rice varieties were harvested at the maturity stage and the rice straw was...
  4. The livestock sector is of crucial importance to the economies of states like Hawai‘i with limited opportunities, especially in terms of employment, incomes, and food security. Although the numbers of livestock producers in the state have remained relatively stable, the number of breeding animals...
  5. Abstract, Wiley, 2016 Rice straw and sweet potato vines are the main by‐products of agricultural crops, and their disposal creates problems for the environment in the south of China. In order to establish an easy method for making rice straw silage successfully, experiments were conduct to...
  6. 2017-10-04 The goal of silage preservation is the conversion of moist, chopped forage with a short storage life to preserved forage that can be fed to livestock as needed. Most legume and grass crops can be ensiled successfully. The key to good silage management is air exclusion to obtain the best...
  7. Abstract, Science Alert, 2020 Background and Objectives:Rice straw is the most abundant crop by-product in Vietnam, but research on fresh rice straw (FRS) silage is very limited. The objectives of this study were to investigate the effects of ensiling additives and durations on organoleptic...
  8. 2017-10-04 The goal of silage preservation is the conversion of moist, chopped forage with a short storage life to preserved forage that can be fed to livestock as needed. Most legume and grass crops can be ensiled successfully. The key to good silage management is air exclusion to obtain the best...
  9. Abstract,Journal of Dairy Science, 2018 Silage makingcan be conveniently divided into field, ensiling, storage, and feed-out phases. In all of these stages, controllable and uncontrollable components can affectsilagequality. For instance, silages produced in hot or cold regions are strongly...
  10. Access Agriculture Training Video Without any air, finely chopped green maize ferments without rotting. This is because micro-organisms digest the sugars in the fodder and produce lactic acid, which acts as a natural preservative. The key to making silage is to create the right conditions for a...

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