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Aflatoxin variability angst; Kansas elevator reports high toxin levels

Sep 14, 2012
Southeastern Kansas farmers are learning there could be something worse than drought-diminished corn yields. As harvest wrapped up near Hartford last week, producers hauling in average yields of 30 to 35 bushels an acre were often met with more devastating news: Much of that corn contained aflatoxin.

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