Placing wet sugar beet pulp in a silage bag is one method of storage which can be utilized.  Wet sugar beet pulp is a high moisture coproduct of the sugar beet processing industry and contains 75 to 80% water.  Excessive shrink and mold development can occur especially during period of warm temperatures if the material is not stored properly.

Storing wet sugar beet pulp in a silage bag

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Description: Placing wet sugar beet pulp in a silage bag is one method of storage which can be utilized. Wet sugar beet pulp is a high moisture coproduct of the sugar beet processing industry and contains 75 to 80% water. Excessive shrink and mold development can occur especially during period of warm temperatures if the material is not stored properly.

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