Guide to making and using silage
This practical guide to making and using silage, brings together technical information from different scientific disciplines to help the reader gain a better understanding of the processes involved,and what happens to make good or bad silage.
Silage has been written to help understand how different crops are preserved as feeds for animals.
Content includes sections on:
Ideal for farmers, students, teachers, advisors, vets and other professionals.
Publisher: Chalcombe Publications
Dr Mike Wilkinson is an animal scientist with over 40 years experience of silage as a research worker, adviser, teacher and livestock farmer.
This book weighs: 517g
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