When to cut for whole-crop cereal silage

By Frank Mickan, Former Pasture and Fodder Conservation Specialist, Ellinbank Centre
October 27 2020 - 6:00pm
Figure 1: Cereal plant in boot (L) and stem elongation (R) stage.
Figure 1: Cereal plant in boot (L) and stem elongation (R) stage.

ENSILING forage cereals as whole-crop cereal silage (WCS) can be referred to as green chop silage, fermented whole-crop or small grains silage.

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