DEALING WITH SILAGE IN BIG ROLLS AND STORAGE
At manufacturing the silage in rolls creating anaerobic conditions in the roll after wrapping up which they are supporting is a basic aim oneself for fattening up. Appropriate treatment with rolls and storing them has a key importance so that ensure such conditions and keep the quality and the sustenance SILAGE green fodder.
Even if select foils are applicable, improper proceedings and storing rolls can lead for piercing or damaging the hermetic barrier from classes of foil what is leading to decaying and going mould.
POINTERS CONCERNING DEALING WITH ROLLS AND STORAGE
- rolls should be removed from the wire-wrap tool very carefully
- wire-wrap tools with whip-round platforms should be used, on which the roll is falling gently, in order to minimize damage to the foil at knocking off
- to perform manipulations of rolls with special loaders in order to reduce the possibility of damage. - - bars of the loader must be smooth in order to prevent to damage
- directly after wrapping the foil up to check, whether rolls aren't damaged. As much as possible infusion trick of damaging with the help of the appropriate adhesive tape immune to UV radiating
- all operations with rolls must be conducted very carefully cautiously to limit it in order not to damage the foil
- to transport 24 hours within from wrapping up by the foil to the place of storage.
- to choose the place of storage a long way from trees and watercourses - best overshadowed and revealed from the wind
- to store rolls on the flat, stable surface without keen edges which they could damage
- wet silage about the low dry matter content (< 25% of a dry matter) to arrange in one layer
- silage about the high dry matter content (> 35% of a dry matter) it is possible to arrange to a maximum in 3 layers
- to cover rolls with densely woven mesh in order to protect against damage by birds and rodents. If necessary to secure rolls with the appropriate fence
- to control the place of storage of the roll in order to reduce the possibility of damaging them, and therefore of access of air
- to inspect rolls within the winter and to control, whether the foil wasn't damaged in the place of connecting the roll to ground. If necessary to repair damages.