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Feeding light test grain to cattle

Nov 16, 2012
Corn harvested this fall may have lower test weights than commonly observed by crop producers. Light test weight corn is often discounted in price, leading both cattle feeders and farmers to wonder about its feed value. Research results have shown the feed value of light test weight corn when it is used in various cattle rations.

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