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Sylvia had no idea what ensilage was, but she knew it must be something amusing or Mrs. Owen would not have laughed so heartily.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
His ensilage would not heat up to 120 deg., but was moulding badly instead.
The making of clover into ensilage is discussed in the book "Soiling Crops and the Silo" by the author.
Some think they have found in ensilage the one thing needful.
Ensilage, in agriculture, a mode of storing green fodder or vegetables in receptacles called 'silos'.
Yet, some of the parties dealing in gilt-edge butter begin to complain of that made from rations consisting largely of ensilage.
The leaves and stalks were ground for ensilage or stored in the shock for dry fodder.
FRYING PAN FARMELIZABETH BROWN PRYOR
The sweet-potato vine makes a fair quality of hay and with proper precaution may be used for ensilage.
AGRICULTURE FOR BEGINNERSCHARLES WILLIAM BURKETT
As before, both share the work; the hewing and shaping, the transport, and the burial in ensilage.
The term "silage" is applied to the crop thus treated, and the term "ensilage" is applied to the process of making "silage."

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