The Place of Silage in the Dietary of Live Stock

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1935/1936
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French M.H
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The feeding value of silage is naturally dependent upon the crop from which it has been produced. As almost any green succulent vegetation can be converted into silage. it is obvious that no average value can be taken as representative of all the types of silage produced. In East Africa. the silage most frequently encountered is either made from maize or from grasses.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 1, p. 241-243
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