Green fodder fermentation method for feeding pigs

From late spring to summer and early summer, a variety of green feed and wild plants thrived. In rural areas, some pig farmers and specialized households collect these green and succulent feeds to feed pigs. This practice should be strongly advocated. In addition to feeding the pigs with fresh green fodder, the green fodder can be blister-fermented and then fed to pigs. The effect will be better. The following is a description of the method for the fermentation of green, juicy, feed blisters for your reference and trial operation.

Collect the grass and wild vegetables or leaves, etc., and chop them into cylinders or concrete pools. Press the layers tightly, press the stones, and then fill with clear water. The water should be kept immersed in the feed 2-3 inches without exposing the feed to the water. After immersed in 4-5 days, the lactic acid bacteria in water and grass grow and multiply, which means that they become slightly sour fermented feed. This blistering fermented feed has a sweet and sour taste, and pigs like it very much. If it is possible to ferment fermented glutinous water, ground water, bean curd residue, bran, distiller's grains, glutinous rice, etc. into the tank or the pool, the effect will be better. The amount of green succulent feed is about 4-5 inches thick; bean curd residue, bran, distiller's grains, glutinous rice, etc. account for 2-3 inches; the layers are pressed tightly, the stone is pressed, and then the water, slurry and water are added. Into the tank or tank, after 4-5 days of fermentation can feed the pig. With this blister fermentation method, a number of cylinders or pools should be set at the same time according to the number of pigs to be used in turn.

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