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Corn Quality: Concerns When Grain Does Not Reach Maturity
The 2020 growing season brought challenges to Iowa corn growers. Drought and the August derecho wind damage are the two primary events that may have impacted corn quality and feed value. Grain that does not reach maturity or is stressed during the growing season (weather, nutrients, disease, weed competition) may be more prone to quality issues, and thus require different considerations for handling and storage.
This publication is intended for swine producers who grow corn and manufacture feed on-farm, feed mills, and nutritionists.
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