Finding uses for mouldy corn

FieldCropNews
Monday, 05 November 2018 | Ontario
By FieldCropNews
Mouldy corn can be harvested, cleaned, stored, used as feedstock for anaerobic biodigesters, sent to ethanol plants, burned or mowed and incorporated as corn residue.

For producers dealing with mouldy corn, storing grain until harvest pressure passes could be a better way to assess marketing opportunities for lower-quality grain. OMAFRA staff share the pros and cons of several end uses for mouldy corn. | READ MORE

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