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An increase of 64% TVC (bacteria) and 75% mould concentrations was found in haylage open and left for 4 days. Steaming haylage in the HG600 significantly reduced microbial growth, even after 4 days of being left open.

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Investigation into the effect of different treatments on Hay and Haylage on forage pH levels, in relation to EGUS in the horse.

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BSc thesis, Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, UK. Dewhurst J. 2014 The effect of soaking or steaming in the HG 600 hay steamer on the pH of hay and haylagehttps://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1144/4268/files/Experiment_17.pdf?2800679123729222980
This study showed that horses preferred to eat steamed hay compared with haylage and dry hay.

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Proceedings of British Society of Animal Science Conference, Nottingham April 2013. Brown, E., Tracey, S and Gowers, I. 2013 An investigation to determine the palatability of steamed hay, dry hay and haylage. https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1144/4268/files/Experiment_10.pdf?2800679123729222980