The Feeding Value of Heat Damaged Corn Grain in Cattle Diets
Heat damaged grain, if not completely destroyed by fire, takes on a roasted appearance ranging from a slight brownish tint to black. This grain can be salvaged and used in cattle rations. The color can be used to determine relative digestibility and available energy in the diets of cattle.
Keywords: ASL R2591
How to Cite:
Dahlke, G. R. & Drewnoski, M., (2011) “The Feeding Value of Heat Damaged Corn Grain in Cattle Diets”, Iowa State University Animal Industry Report 8(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/ans_air-180814-561