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How To Look After Your Silage Bags

by Jacquiline Nakandi
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Damage on silage bags can happen due to bad weather and rodents, which can puncture the plastic covering.

For maintenance, the following recommendations should be followed:

  • Inspect the bags regularly and, if possible, mend the holes.
  • Do not allow animals to climb the bags.
  • Number and date the bags for easy identification and record materials.
  • Do not leave the silage bags open overnight.
  • If damage is extensive, the silage needs to be re-bagged as soon as possible;
  • If maintenance is appropriate, after three–five weeks, excellent lactic acid fermentation will result and bags kept well for six months, with no or little fungal spoilage.
  • After removing the silage, the bags must be carefully washed, dried and stored in a safe place for use.

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