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" ... were slightly depressed when the ration containing the frozen corn silage was fed; and (4) the products per unit of consumption were depressed when the more mature silages were fed, owing to the greater consumption but smaller production. The general... "
Annual Report of the Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station - Side 319
av Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station - 1907
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Farmer's bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture ..., Utgaver 295-330

1907
...greater consumption but smaller production. The general outcome of the experiments, therefore, was that " the effect of frosting corn, and yet more of freezing...when made into silage." In view, however, of the fact that from 6 to 15 per cent more total dry matter was harvested as a result of the two weeks' longer...
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Home-grown Tea

George Frederick Mitchell - 1908 - 16 sider
...greater consumption but smaller production. The general outcome of the experiments, therefore, was that " the effect of frosting corn, and yet more of freezing...when made into silage." In view, however, of the fact that from 6 to 15 per cent more total dry matter was harvested as a result of the two weeks' longer...
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Bulletin - Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, Utgaver 131-154

1907
...depressed when the more mature silages were fed, owing to the greater consumption but smaller production." In these trials the effect of frosting corn, and yet...slightly to have been to depress its feeding value. In view, however, of the fact that from 6 to 15% more dry matter was harvested as a result of the two...
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farmers' bulletins nos. 301-325

geo. wm. hill - 1908
...greater consumption but smaller production. The general outcome of the experiments, therefore, was that " the effect of frosting corn, and yet more of freezing...when made into silage." In view, however, of the fact that from 6 to 15 per cent more total dry matter was harvested as a result of the two weeks' longer...
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Farmer's Bulletins

William Hill - 1908
...greater consumption but smaller production. The general outcome of the experiments, therefore, was that " the effect of frosting corn, and yet more of freezing...when made into silage." In view, however, of the fact that from 6 to 15 per cent more total dry matter was harvested as a result of the two weeks' longer...
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Modern Silage Methods

Silver Manufacturing Co. (Salem, Or.) - 1911 - 240 sider
...results were noticeable in the butter product. It was found that "the effect of frosting corn, and still more of freezing it, appears very slightly to have...to depress its feeding value when made into silage. " The testimony seemed in favor of running frost risks in order to gain a greater maturity, rather...
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