Definition of Silaged

1. silage [v] - See also: silage



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Silaged

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sika
sikas
sike
siked
siker
sikes
siking
sila-explosive
sila-explosives
silaboration
silacycle
silacycles
silacyclobutane
silage
silaged (current term)
silageing
silages
silaging
silanate
silanated
silanates
silanating
silandrone
silane
silane-modified polymer
silanes
silanising
silanization
silanizations

Literary usage of Silaged

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1. History, and Present Position, of the Rothamsted Investigations by Joseph Henry Gilbert (1891)
"... against mangels, each given, with fixed amounts of other foods, to milking cows ; with silaged green oats against ripened oats (grain and straw), given, ..."

2. Green Manure Production Systems for Asian Ricelands: Selected Papers from by Jagdish Kumar Ladha, Dennis P. Garrity (1994)
"Cut in mid-April, the crop is silaged for the rainy season. This causes rot due to high moisture content. But mixing milk vetch with rye grass (Lolium ..."

3. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1911)
"... 76 Cutting down stalks 5 00 Filling silo (60' tons silage) 20 00 Total coat $138 75 Average cost per acre $27 76 Or If corn is not silaged: Stocking $5 ..."

4. Biomass And Agriculture: Sustainability, Markets And Policies by OECD Staff, SourceOECD (Online service) (2004)
"This is given with fresh or wilted grass as well as silaged grass. During buffer storage, carbohydrates contained in fresh grass degrade rapidly. ..."

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