High-moisture grains have received considerable emphasis in cattle feeding research and by feedlot operators during recent years. Large quantities of grain are harvested at high-moisture contents because of harvesting and other advantages associated with the high-moisture content or because of unfavorable natural drying conditions. Drying grain is expensive, and it would appear that first consideration should be given to storing and using the grain in the high-moisture form if it is to be fed livestock.
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Department of Animal Science and the Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
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