Graze drought-stressed cornstalks CAREFULLY

Oct 5, 2012
Cattle prefer grazing the leaves and husk which tend to be lower in nitrates. Because drought-stressed corn is smaller and stunted, it is more likely that cattle will eat lower into the stalk where nitrate levels may be high. Nitrates are usually concentrated in the bottom third of the stalk in the corn plant.

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