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Exercise proper management when grazing corn fodder

Oct 26, 2012
“In the more seriously stressed, lower-yielding fields, some producers are reporting ear drop resulting from stalk quality issues and ‘nubbin’ ears that are slipping through the stripper plates of the combine head,” Ron Lemenager, professor of animal sciences at Purdue, said.

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