Summary and Implications
Corn Silage and earlage are two common feeds for beef cattle. Both of these feeds can increase beef production per acre as compared to corn grain but require good management from production through feeding to optimize beef production. Variation in the production, harvesting and storage of these feeds could influence the nutrient analysis and beef production.
Iowa State University
"Corn Silage and Earlage Nutrient Analysis,"
Animal Industry Report:
AS 664, ASL R3218.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/ans_air/vol664/iss1/16