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Lactic acid bacteria in corn silage

Lactic acid bacteria in corn silage

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Corn silage results from fermentation of shredded corn biomass using lactic acid bacteria such as the lactobacilli shown. This procedure helps to preserve the nutritional quality of the corn feed and extend its stability. It is used to feed farm animals.

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