haylage
noun Etymology: hay + silage Date: circa 1958 a stored forage that is essentially a grass silage wilted to 35 to 50 percent moisture

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  • *haylage — ● haylage nom masculin (anglais hay, foin) Conservation des fourrages par préfanage poussé, puis stockage en silo hermétique, aboutissant à un produit intermédiaire entre le foin et l ensilage. Fourrage obtenu par ce procédé …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • haylage — [ ɛlaʒ] n. m. ÉTYM. 1968, Larousse; dér. de l angl. hay « foin », suff. age, consonne de liaison. ❖ ♦ Anglic. Agric. Procédé de conservation du fourrage dans un état intermédiaire entre le foin et l ensilage. Fourrage obtenu par ce procédé …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • haylage — šienainis statusas Aprobuotas sritis žemės ūkio inžinerinė plėtra ir techninė pažanga apibrėžtis Siloso rūšis, pagaminta iš pavytintos iki 45–55 proc. drėgnio žolės ir išlaikyta anaerobinėje (anglies dioksido) aplinkoje. atitikmenys: angl.… …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • haylage — /hay lij/, n. silage of about 40 to 50 percent moisture made from forage stored in a silo. [1955 60; HAY + (SI)LAGE] * * * …   Universalium

  • haylage — noun Grass (often cut longer than for silage) partially dried and ensiled to exclude air, or plastic wrapped in large bales …   Wiktionary

  • haylage — Livestock feed produced by acid producing fermentation of grass or alfalfa …   Combined glossary of agriculture

  • haylage — [ heɪlɪdʒ] noun silage made from grass which has been partially dried. Origin 1960s: blend of hay and silage …   English new terms dictionary

  • haylage — hay·lage …   English syllables

  • haylage — ˈhālij noun ( s) Etymology: hay (II) + silage : stored forage that is essentially grass silage wilted to 35 to 50 percent moisture …   Useful english dictionary

  • Equine nutrition — is the feeding of horses, ponies, mules, donkeys, and other equines. Correct and balanced nutrition is a critical component of proper horse care.Horses are non ruminant herbivores of a type known as a hind gut fermentor. This means that horses… …   Wikipedia

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