Sun Sheen Silage Wrap makes it easy to get started producing high quality, greenhouse-safe, biodegradable long term storage hay and grain in large quantities. Sun Sheen silage allows hay production to happen year-round, even in cold weather or wet conditions. The grass will be stored tightly and protected from the elements while getting to its maximum potential for years to come. Silage is a by-product of hay production, meaning that there is a rich history and tradition of using silage for agricultural, crop, and livestock purposes for generations. Now you can join that rich tradition with the same free form of income, time and energy that has always been there for you. Sun Sheen silage wrap eliminates the need for long-term indoor storage of hay for livestock. For optimal results, silage wrap bales at up to 60% moisture, pre-shape film on all but one cell layer, and apply a complete fifty per cent overlap with at least three different cells on each bale. The spacing between the cells will vary depending on the number of animals being produced. Silage wrapping is accomplished on both vertical and horizontal shelving units. Once you have your first crop completed, stack the bales and take them down. Each and every bale can be quickly and easily removed and recycled to provide you with the continuous supply of hay that you've been looking for. The production of silage takes place with the assistance of specially shaped feed bags. Feed bags help create air pockets in the dense soil where silage can be stored without rotting and reduce dampness. Silage bags are made from durable plastic and ensure that the feed bags aren't punctured during transport. With the suitable material and support, the silage feed bags create a perfect environment for the silage to grow, thus producing the desired quantities of silage that your feeders require. Another benefit to the farmers who use prefabricated silage wrap is eliminating the messy storage and transportation of materials, such as hay and fertiliser. Because these prefabricated units can be assembled quickly and easily and are designed to withstand the rigours of a wide range of agricultural conditions, they are a cost-effective way to meet modern-day farmers' storage and distribution requirements. When materials waste is eliminated, the time taken to restore and distribute the finished crop is reduced. Farmers can utilise their time for market-based activities, such as improving management and marketing strategies. This reduces operating costs for the business and allows for additional investment into the business. The silage making process is a simple one; however, it is time-consuming. Farmers must firstly identify the areas where they intend to lay down the baled hay, ensuring that they are in an area that receives enough sunshine to encourage the growth of fibres. A tarp or other protective covering needs to be applied to the ground to prevent the silage from being exposed to the elements. When the covering has been placed, the baled silage has been laid out with strips and trenches marked as the positions of the forage rollers.