Animal Corn Silage is a type of feed that is made from chopped corn plants that are harvested at a specific stage of growth and then fermented in an anaerobic environment. This type of silage is used as a feed for livestock such as cattle, sheep, and goats, as well as for other animals such as horses and even deer. The process of making animal corn silage involves harvesting the corn when it is still green and full of moisture, typically when the kernels are at the dough stage or just before the kernels have fully matured. The corn is chopped into small pieces and packed tightly into a silo or bunker, where it undergoes anaerobic fermentation for several weeks or months. Animal Corn Silage is a valuable feed for livestock because it is high in energy, protein, and fiber, and can provide a significant portion of the animal's daily nutrient requirements.