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Warning: Hazardous silage may be ahead

Molds and mycotoxins tend to occur in hot spots in ensiling structure.

This year’s corn crop has already seen its share of weather events, and the effects of weather damage can last throughout silage feeding, warned Dr. Renato Schmidt, forage products specialist at Lallemand Animal Nutrition.

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