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Fernando Díaz

Silage was defined as the product formed when grass or other material of sufficiently high moisture content, liable to spoilage by aerobic microorganism, is stored aerobiologically.

Belgian researchers assessed the potential of four silage additives to improve fermentability and nutrient composition during the ensiling process of silages made with five different mixture ratios of ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) and red clover (Trifolium pratense). The five forage blends were 100% ryegrass, 75% ryegrass: 25% red clover, 50% ryegrass: 50% red clover, 25% ryegrass: 75% red clover, and 100% red clover, on a fresh matter basis.

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