When you need to wrap your silage, there are a few things that you need to know. You want to make sure that the silage is not spoiled or compressed, or else you will have a hard time getting the wrap on correctly. The first thing you need to do is take your silage out of the storage and set it aside.
Silage will go wrong if left in storage for a very long time. You will need to wrap the silage in a way that protects it from being spoiled. You can find Net-Wrap silage wrap in local supermarkets, and many companies have their silage wrap shops you can go to. Make sure that the silage is in-corned.
Lay the silage out in a small area and tie off the ends so that they don’t get tangled up. Then begin to lay the silage down flat. If you are going to make this the whole day, use wax paper instead of newspapers, as it will be easier to clean up afterwards.
Silage wrap can be made of several different materials. Whether you choose to use silage wrap will be based on what your family likes to eat. Certain types of silage won’t come out right without some wrapping, so look around to see what they want to eat.
Silage wrap can be made from anything that you would use to wrap a meal, such as a burlap, aluminium foil, or even pampers. You can also use hot glue to stick some pampers to the wrapping so that the wrap will remain solid. Just make sure that when you do this, you add the wraps to the wrapping using your hands, so that the wrapped food does not stick to the wrap itself. When making your Net-Wrap silage wrap, the first thing you need to do is take the husks out of the silage, as they will only cause the wrapping to become messy.
Once you have removed the husks, set them aside. There is a technique called body threading that will make a wrap stay together better. Take some silicon oil and a stainless steel ruler, and soak it in the silicon oil. Set the ruler on top of the silage husks, and wrap the silage tightly, making sure that all the husks are covered with silicon oil. After the husks are covered, slide the ruler over the silage to be sure that you cover all the husks.
Once you have covered all the husks, wrap the silage again, then you need to dip the silicon oil into some of the oil. Dip the silicon oil into the silicon oil and then roll it over the husks. This ensures that the silicon oil is sealed to the husks so that they will not melt when the wrapping is finished.
Once the silage has been wrapped, it is essential to leave the husks intact, as they may clog the wrap if the husks are cut off. This is the reason why the wraps need to be made from several types of silage husks, as to avoid clogging. You will be able to open up the silage after the Net-Wrap silage wrap is done, as the husks will be sealed and will not be stuck together.