2018-097: Use of high moisture corn products for finishing cattle and the corn stover for extensive grazing
Researcher: Greg Penner
Practices that incorporate snaplage (corn silage that excludes the stalk and more of the leaf) has become common in other areas of North America, as it has a 10-25% greater yield than high moisture corn. The remnants of snaplage, the corn stover, could also be used for winter grazing. This research will compare snaplage to dry-rolled barley and dry-rolled flint corn, by noting its cost of production and feeding performance.
Waiting for research results.