Corn silage stored in sealed uprights should be ensiled at what

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Corn silage stored in sealed uprights should be ensiled at what moisture?

A. No less than 40 percent moisture

B. No less than 50 percent moisture

C. No less than 60 percent moisture

D. No less than 30 percent moisture

I had been asked this question by my college professor while I was bunking the class.

Question is from Diseases and Deficiency in division Cow Health of Dairy Engineering

Right choice is C. No less than 60 percent moisture

Easiest explanation: Corn silage is a safe feed. It works well for starting cattle on feed. Corn silage stored in sealed uprights should be ensiled at no less than 60 percent moisture.