Ensiling of soybean curd residue and wet brewers grains with or without other feeds as a total mixed ration.

@article{Wang2008EnsilingOS,
  title={Ensiling of soybean curd residue and wet brewers grains with or without other feeds as a total mixed ration.},
  author={Feifei Wang and Naoki Nishino},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2008},
  volume={91 6},
  pages={
          2380-7
        }
}
Wet brewers grains and soybean curd residue were stored in laboratory-scale silos without (BG and SC silages, respectively) or with other ingredients as total mixed rations (BGT and SCT silages, respectively). Silages were opened after 14 and 56 d, and microbial counts, fermentation products, and aerobic stability were determined. Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis was carried out to examine bacterial communities, and several bacteria that appeared to be involved in fermentation were… CONTINUE READING
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