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Chaff is hay cut into small pieces for feeding to livestock. It is a good fodder, and at its best is cleanly and evenly cut, free of dust, of good colour and with a fresh aroma. Other materials are sometimes described as chaff, such as:
Chaff can be purchased from commercial chaff cutting mills. Some people are starting up their own private cutting operation and this Agriculture Note provides advice to such people.