What is the difference between hay and silage?

The main difference between hay and silage is that the hay is grass cut and dried to use as animal fodder whereas silage is the fermented, green forage fodder stored in a silo. The moisture content of hay is not more than 12% while that in the silage is 40-60%.Both crops are made up of grass.

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