Earlage is a high moisture grain product that comes as a result of harvesting the whole ear including husks, cob, ear shank and grain. . Earlage will have medium feeding value to high moisture grains and silages. The quality of earlage depends on the mixing ratio between cob, husk and leaves that are included in the final harvested product. High Moisture Corn / Earlage / Snaplage High moisture corn, earlage, and snapage, are ensiled corn products that result from harvesting corn grain with varying amounts of husks, cob, and ear schank depending on harvesting method. Intended for: Ensiled corn grain, earlage, and snaplage Mechanically harvested and ground, rolled, or kernel processed In the range of 20-40% moisture Natural fermented or enhanced with bacterial inoculants Scanned using the NeoSpectra rotator Not intended for: Whole/intact corn kernels Moisture less than 20% or greater than 40%
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