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Harvesting and ensilage of moist grain for fodder



Harvesting and ensilage of moist grain for fodder



Biuletyn Informacyjny Instytut Zootechniki 40(2): 215-227



This paper discusses the preservation of moist grain for fodder, with emphasis on crimping (using Murska crimper made in Korte, Finland) before ensiling.

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