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Feeding Flood-Damaged or Sprouted Crops to Livestock

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Publication Number: P2596
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High moisture conditions often lead to crop damage and losses. Some losses are from grain sprouting in the head before harvest. These sprouted grains are considered unacceptable at most elevators. Yet there is a potential option for using these damaged or sprouted grains as livestock feed.

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Authors

Portrait of Dr. Daniel Rivera
Assoc Extension/Research Prof
Beef cattle production and nutrition
Portrait of Dr. Jane Parish
Professor and Head
Beef cattle

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