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#TECHNOTIPS: Corn silage
by Catheryn Villorente - Tuesday, 17 August 2021, 09:48 AM
corn silageCorn silage is a fermented corn forage stored in a process called ensiling. It is a nutritious feed for cows and carabaos, packed with energy and protein.

The preparation and processing of corn silage are easy and can be done anytime as long as there is forage abundance. The forage corn is ready for harvest 75-80 days when the ear’s seeds have about 2/3 milk-line or the distinct horizontal line that appears near the end of the corn’s kernel. (Source: DOST-PCAARRD)

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