In this study, the greenhouses in Kumluca, Antalya. It is aimed to bring organic waste to animal husbandry. For this purpose, tomato (Solanum lycopersicum), pepper (Capsicum annuum) and cucumber (Cucumis sativus) seedling and vegetable wastes were mixed in March, July and September for silage. Nutrients, in vitro gas production and true digestibility analyzes were performed on silages. In dry matter analysis, cucumber plant silage had the lowest dry matter and there was a statistically significant difference between the groups periodically (p=0.01). The highest dry matter ratio was obtained in September for all plants and in tomato plant silage with 29.41%. The rate of crude ash was: in cucumber plant silages 28.47%, 33.03%, 33.99%; in tomato plant silages 19.18%, 20.41%, 17.41%; in pepper plant silages 18.10%, 15.33%, 17.49% found. NDF ratios were found to be: in cucumber plant silages 34.76%, 29,56%, 26,31%; in tomato plant silages were 36,81%, 41.70%, 39.18%; in pepper plant silages 36.31%, 36.75%, 35.93% found. The ADF ratios were respectively: in cucumber plant silages 28.99%, 33.28%, 27.54%; in tomato plant silages 35.89%, 38.08%, 33.89%; in pepper plant silages 34.83%, 39.58%, 32.20% found. The highest value in terms of metabolic energy was obtained in March with 1,830 mcal/kg in silages obtained from pepper greenhouse wastes in September. No statistically significant difference was found in cucumber, tomato and pepper plant silages in terms of in vitro gas production (p>0.05). The highest gas production was 19.27 ml/200 mg in September and tomato plant silage. In vitro true digestibility (IVGS) was statistically significant difference in cucumber plant silages periodically (p = 0.02). The highest IVGS was realized in March with 87.59%.