Corn Grown under Drought-Stressed Conditions Does Not Have Lower Energy Content Than Corn Grown in a Previous 'Normal' Year

Researchers at Iowa State University have found that corn (maize) grown during a year of low rainfall had the same energy, protein and fat content as that grown during a normal year in a series of digestibility trials with pigs.
calendar icon 8 May 2014
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