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Forage Fermentation: How to Make Good Silage

Presenter: Dr. Limin Kung, Professor of Animal Science at University of Delaware

With so many variables affecting the quality of silage, it can be difficult to manage the fermentation process to produce an optimal feed. Dr. Kung will cover:
  • the general factors which affect forage quality
  • the basic types of silage fermentation
  • factors that affect fermentation and silage stability
  • and some management practices to help in attaining high feeding value

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