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Cut (grass) in order to bring to cattle or store as silage.
- ‘Grain sorghums should not be grazed or greenchopped but can be used to make silage.’
- ‘The foliage, including tender stems, could be wilted, greenchopped and used directly for ruminant feeding.’
- ‘Although many may be greenchopped or used as silage, they are mainly used for grazing.’
- ‘Some farmers were greenchopping the maize to feed their cows.’
- ‘Rape is a short-season, leafy crop whose stems and leaves are eaten by the grazing animal; rape can also be greenchopped.’
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