An experiment was conducted to compare the feeding value and dry matter storage losses for ear corn sotred under atmospheric conditions (air-dry) and as reconstituted high-moisture ground ear corn in an oxygen-limiting silo or a concrete stave silo. Two hundred eighty-eight Hereford, Hereford-Angus and Angus steers averaging about 640 lb initially were fed for a period of 124 days.
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Department of Animal Science, Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Palmer, L. F.; Embry, L. B.; Luther, R. M.; and Goetz, M. J., "Storage Methods and Feeding Value for Ear Corn" (1984). South Dakota Cattle Feeders Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1984. 6.