molds, corn, beef cattle
Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
Certain weather conditions and/or physical injury to the plant may result in the development of mold in various parts of the plant. Accumula¬tion of mold and production of mycotoxins may present a risk for livestock producers. However, after examination and analysis, moldy feeds may be able to be used in beef cattle diets—with little or no risk to the health of the animal.
Wright, Cody; Holland, Ben; Daly, Russ; and Osborne, Larry, "Moldy Corn for Beef Cattle" (2009). SDSU Extension Extra Archives. 92.