Ensile



[en-sahyl, en-sahyl] /ɛnˈsaɪl, ˈɛn saɪl/

verb (used with object), ensiled, ensiling.
1.
to preserve (green fodder) in a silo.
2.
to make into .
/ɛnˈsaɪl; ˈɛnsaɪl/
verb (transitive)
1.
to store and preserve (green fodder) in an enclosed pit or silo
2.
to turn (green fodder) into silage by causing it to ferment in a closed pit or silo

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