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Protecting and storing nutrients in green fodder thanks to bacteria of the lactic acid which they cause is aimed at manufacturing the silage fast fermentation in anaerobic conditions and are minimizing from harvests for distributing. Independent of the used technology ensilage and main functions of the system of the storage consist in cutting off air supply while pickling and at storing the silage.

To the fermentation and losses at storing a speed of the set, a content of the damp, a height of mowing and a condensation have a large impact. Thanks to the effective fermentation fodder is usually tastier and more easily digestible. This getting maximum eating a dry matter by farmed animals, what usually results in higher milkiness or gain in weight.


- lower dependence on weather conditions

- the quality of the silage in big rolls can equal the silage in the pile and it can be better, if they are actually acting

- lower losses as a result of the spoilage caused by aerobic bacteria compared with pickling in the pile

- the simple economy and distributing (it is possible to give corner kicks to the amount of the silage depending on the demand)

- fitted diet: in rolls it is easy to mix the silage with other fodders in accordance with the requirements nutritional of different farmed animals in the household

- surpluses perfect for conserving of grass and the grass collected in autumn

- lower losses of a dry matter while the production and storing (< 5-10 %) compared with pickling in the pile

- flexible system of storing: it is possible to store rolls on field or it is easy to transport households to every point

- reduced investments, lower costs of the transport and storing

- low threat of the impurity, lack of the leak of liquids, if rolls were actually wrapped up in the foil, in the case about the content of the roll about the high dry matter content

- it is possible to sell the surplus - source of income in the household


- high unit costs

- about the big contents damps aren't suitable for silages

- labour intensity / time at distributing

- susceptibility to damaging at improper acting

- costs of the recycling of plastics and the dignity with regulations concerning waste




- to conduct mowing after drying of the dew, in the period head or of creating the bunch of the dominating kind

- to avoid contaminating of the soil, not to place knives or niddy-noddy too low

- height mowing with 5-10 cm, depending on the risk of contaminated soil

- fast drying to the dry matter content 35-55 %, not longer than 24 hr in case of the grass and

48 hr in the case leguminous, so as lucerne and a red clover

- to scatter the set on possibly of the greatest area within 1 hr from reaping

- to apply the addition in the audit purpose of the fermentation and reducing losses after pickling


- grind down silage in the aim of getting the greater condensation and the better availability of substrates - ultimately 200 - 220 kg of a dry matter on m3

- to apply silage additives, if necessary and appropriately of fodder

- as much as possible to wrap rolls up in the place of storage applying the high quality foil with the preliminary tension 55-70 %

- to apply the minimum of 6 layers (silage for cows) in the destination of the better security against damage and the protection against the access of air

- so that reduce heating the surface of the roll and lower the risk of the corruption, best to apply the green or white foil


- with rolls one should conduct all operations very cautiously and to limit them in order not to damage the foil what could supply for spoiling the silage

- in case of wet silage ( <25% dry matter content) place carefully rolls on the ground in one layer; in case the dry matter content is over 35% it is possible to arrange in three layers

- to store rolls in the distance of the minimum of 10 m from watercourses

- to cover rolls from above in order to protect against damage by birds and rodents

- to control the place of storage of the roll in order to reduce the possibility of damaging them, and therefore of access of air.




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