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Effluent characteristics and chemico-bromatological compounds in elephant grass silage under different levels of pressure



Effluent characteristics and chemico-bromatological compounds in elephant grass silage under different levels of pressure



Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia 32(6. Supp2): 1851-1858



An experiment was conducted using elephant grass (Pennisetum purpureum) Cameroon to determine the effect of pressure and silage quality on the quantitative and qualitative characteristics of the effluents released. The material with 13% dry matter was ensiled in experimental plastic silos. The levels of pressure were: 356.67, 446.67, 531.33, 684.00 and 791.00 kg/m3. The effluent of silages with high moisture content was collected and measured for seven days.

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