By: Darrin Pack
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – A website developed by plant pathologists from Purdue University and a nationwide partnership of research institutions could help farmers better understand and respond to the threat of mycotoxins and ear rots in corn.… Continue reading
AMES, Iowa — In an effort to extract more value from the corn kernel, new technological advances in the ethanol-making process have resulted in coproduct feedstuffs that are compositionally different from those produced through earlier, more traditional methods. Coproducts can… Continue reading
By Terri Queck-Matzie
The use of corn ethanol by-products as feed supplement is common in some parts of the country where ethanol plants dot the landscape. But for those in other regions, or who have just not yet explored… Continue reading
By: Rory Lewandowski, Extension Educator Wayne County
Winter weather results in higher energy requirements for livestock. In the case of ruminant livestock a major portion of the diet is typically composed of forages. Forage nutrient content is affected by a… Continue reading
WOOSTER, OHIO – As finished cattle grow heavier each year, Certified Angus Beef LLC has chosen to adjust the Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB®) brand weight limit to 1,050 lb., effective Nov. 24.
Prior to 2006, the 1978-established subsidiary of… Continue reading
By: Tracy Turner
WOOSTER, Ohio – Livestock producers looking for a relatively easy and inexpensive feed source can turn to harvested cornfields for the answer.
The residue left on the field after harvesting corn can be used to meet the… Continue reading