Troy Smith

Angus Journal

In some parts of cow country, the use of cornstalks for fall and winter grazing is taken for granted. The gleaning of corn residues is practiced many places — certainly in Great Plains states. From Iowa to eastern Colorado, and from South Dakota down into Kansas, cows are commonly seen grazing farm fields. Yet many readers may be surprised to learn that cornstalks represent an underutilized grazing resource.

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