ensilage definition

  • noun:
    • the entire process of storing and fermenting green fodder in a silo.
    • Fodder preserved in a silo; silage.
    • The process of creating silage by the fermentation of green fodder
    • the entire process of protecting fodder (particularly cornstalks, rye, oats, millet, etc.) by compressing it while green and fresh in a pit or vat called a silo, where it really is held covered through the air.
    • The fodder preserved in a silo.
    • A mode of storing fodder, vegetables, etc., in a green state, by burying it or all of them in pits or silos dug into the g-round. See silo.
    • The fodder, etc., hence maintained.
    • fodder harvested while green and kept succulent by partial fermentation such as a silo
    • The process of saving and fermenting green fodder in a silo.
    • Fodder preserved in a silo; silage.
    • The process of creating silage by the fermentation of green fodder
    • the entire process of keeping fodder (eg cornstalks, rye, oats, millet, etc.) by compressing it while green and fresh in a pit or vat labeled as a silo, in which it is kept covered through the environment.
    • The fodder preserved in a silo.
    • A mode of storing fodder, vegetables, etc., in an eco-friendly state, by burying it or all of them in pits or silos dug in g-round. See silo.
    • The fodder, etc., therefore maintained.
    • fodder harvested while green and held succulent by partial fermentation such as a silo
    • the entire process of saving and fermenting green fodder in a silo.
    • Fodder preserved in a silo; silage.
    • the entire process of creating silage because of the fermentation of green fodder
    • The process of protecting fodder (including cornstalks, rye, oats, millet, etc.) by compressing it while green and fresh in a pit or vat called a silo, in which it is held covered from the air.
    • The fodder preserved in a silo.
    • A mode of saving fodder, veggies, etc., in a green state, by burying it or all of them in pits or silos dug within the g-round. See silo.
    • The fodder, etc., hence maintained.
    • fodder harvested while green and held succulent by partial fermentation such as a silo
  • verb-transitive:
    • To ensile.
    • To protect in a silo.
    • To ensile.
    • To preserve in a silo.
    • To ensile.
    • To preserve in a silo.
  • verb:
    • To protect in a silo.
    • To preserve in a silo.
    • To preserve in a silo.
  • others:
    • to keep by ensilage; store in a pit or silo for conservation. See silo.
    • which will make into silage; to ensile.
    • To affect by feeding silage, as ensilaged milk.
    • to keep by ensilage; store in a pit or silo for preservation. See silo.
    • which will make into silage; to ensile.
    • To impact by feeding silage, as ensilaged milk.
    • To store by ensilage; store in a pit or silo for conservation. See silo.
    • To make into silage; to ensile.
    • To affect by feeding silage, as ensilaged milk.

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