How do you make silage on Farming Simulator 15?
The primary method of producing Silage in bulk is by fermenting Grass and/or Chaff in a fermentation bunker. In both Bjornholm and Westbridge Hills, there are 5 such bunkers: 4 large ones at the Biogas Plant, and a smaller one at the Cow Pasture.
How do you make silage on Farming Simulator 13?
Creating Silage When the silage silo is at least 10% full, you can begin to compact it by driving on top of it with a tractor. Once it’s 100% compacted, you’ll have the option to blanket the silo which begins the fermentation process. The resulting product is silage.
What do you do with chaff in Farming Simulator 15?
In the base game, Chaff can be produced from Wheat, Barley, Canola, Corn, or Grass, as well as mowed Grass and Straw. Chaffing Corn is the most effective of these. Chaff is then used to produce Silage. It cannot be sold as-is, but will make a massive profit once turned into Silage.
How long does silage take to ferment?
10 days to 3 weeks
The fermentation process takes 10 days to 3 weeks for completion. Silages should not be fed until after this process is completed for the best milk production and feed intake. Thus, the recommendation is to wait at least 3 weeks before feeding new crop silages.
What is chaff in fs14?
The chaff is made by using a Krone BiG X 1100 (By chopping corn.) You can then unload it to a silage unloading spot, thus making it Silage (fermented grass or chaff)
How much does silage sell for?
What is a reasonable corn silage price?
|Table 3: Value of standing corn silage based on expected yield of corn grain.|
|Low Yield||High Yield|
|Expected corn price||$3.25/acre||$3.25/acre|
|Value of standing silage ($/ton)||8 x $3.25 = $26.00||10 x $3.25 = $32.50|
|Yield of corn silage||10 tons/acre||30 tons/acre|
What is chaff farming?
Chaff is a type of Crop in Farming Simulator 15. Chaff is produced when a specialized type of Harvester, mounted with the correct type of Header, is run over the correct type of Crop. Chaff is then used to produce Silage. It cannot be sold as-is, but will make a massive profit once turned into Silage.