Comparison of three additive treatments on crimped grain wheat and maize silage quality

David R. Davies, A. Rhun Fychan, Vince Theobald, Eleanor L. Bakewell, Mark B. Scott, G. A. Broderick (Editor), Adegbola Tolulope Adesogan (Editor), L. W. Bocher (Editor), K. K. Bolsen (Editor), F. E. Conteras-Govea (Editor), J. H. Harrison (Editor), R. E. Muck (Editor)

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Abstract

The XVth International Silage Conference will be held in Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America from 27-29 July 2009. This conference provides an opportunity for scientists from around the world to present research on the full range of silage issues, including the suitability of crops for ensiling (both temperate and tropical), plant and microbial processes occurring in the silo, silage management effects on silage quality and losses, the impact of silage additives on ensiling, and the utilization of silages by livestock. The meeting will run from 8:00 AM Monday through 12:30 PM Wednesday and consist of invited and volunteered oral presentations, poster sessions, plus a half-day tour of research and other facilities of interest in southern Wisconsin.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationXV International Silage Conference
Pages225-226
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventXV International Silage Conference - Wisconsin, United States of America
Duration: 27 Jul 200929 Jul 2009

Conference

ConferenceXV International Silage Conference
Country/TerritoryUnited States of America
CityWisconsin
Period27 Jul 200929 Jul 2009

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