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Faster Feed-Out Can Reduce Spoilage

The fall of 2009 was fraught with weather-related harvest problems that hindered the storage of feedstuffs for many U. S. and Canadian producers. While spring seems a long way off, one must realize that once the freezing temperatures are gone, spoilage could be a risk, especially for those wet feeds and silages if they did

Bagging Wet Corn A Viable Option

Avoiding high-moisture corn is not an option in 2009 for many producers. Whether your corn is going to feed or the market, the major challenge is storage. But not only moisture will chal lenge the storage and receiving of grain; substantial mould proliferation has farmers and elevator managers alike very concerned. Because of this year’s