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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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silagesi‧lage /ˈsaɪlɪdʒ/ noun [uncountable]  TAgrass or other plants cut and stored so that they can be used as winter food for cattle
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silageAs it is the hay and silage season, we had been going non-stop since dawn.Other contract services include straw and silage baling, cultivations and drilling, manure spreading, and grain haulage with two lorries.On a smallholding it may be more practical to carry silage to the stock in yard or cowshed.They planted corn and hacked it down with machetes for silage.What are their needs throughout the year - grazing, hay, silage, grain, roots, straw?During winter Mr Smith should have fed his stock 60 bales of silage.How much land must you commit to arable rotation, and how much must be laid up for hay or silage?Other busy months were June and July with silage and hay making.
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