*John H. Goihl is president of Agri-Nutrition Services Inc., Shakopee, Minn.
CORN is the major source of energy in swine diets in areas of the world where corn is grown, and the nutritional value of corn remains fairly constant.
However, when unusual cropping conditions arise, such as a drought or excess moisture, swine producers often ask whether the nutritional value of corn remains fairly constant or if it is affec
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