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Record number 413311
Title Inkuilen van eendenkroos als veevoer met verschillende additieven = Ensiling Duckweed for feed with different additives
Author(s) Hoving, I.E.; Schooten, H.A. van; Holshof, G.; Houwelingen, K.M. van; Geest, W. van de
Source Lelystad : Wageningen UR Livestock Research (Rapport / Wageningen UR Livestock Research 528) - 30
Department(s) Livestock Research
LR - Backoffice
LR - PRC Zegveld
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) waterplanten - lemna - vochtgehalte - droging - kuilvoerbereiding - voedertoevoegingen - kuilvoerfermentatie - aquatic plants - moisture content - drieration - silage making - feed additives - silage fermentation
Categories Feed Processing and Technology
Abstract Ferment duckweed as silage is a cheap and sustainable alternative for drying. Without an additive, no satisfying preservation result was reached. Molasses gave a good preservation result and is relatively cheap and practical. Common methods of forage ensilaging are not suitable for duckweed as they have too little product structure to facilitate wrapping. The use of an airtight container or silo may lead to good preservation results, and prevent losses.
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