Mycotoxins represent a broad category of toxic agents produced by various naturally occurring fungi, mostly soil borne and environmentally dependent.
The July weather pattern is posing to offer challenges this week for feedlot operators and cattle producers.
Use these resources to answer all of your moldy corn quesitons.
The current 2017 wet/rainy weather and high humidity in the Northeast can create a situation where diseases can become an issue in corn.
Whether your crops have been hit with drought or hail the odds are that we are going to see an increase potential for feed contaminants such nitrates or molds which cause mycotoxins.
This year’s corn crop has already seen its share of weather events, and the effects of weather damage can last throughout silage feeding, warns Renato Schmidt.
For most of us, July 4th means cookouts, parades and fireworks. But for livestock, it’s the unofficial entry to the “dog days of summer,” with the associated threat of damaging heat stress.
I didn’t get my corn silage put up until after it snowed. What should I expect from the silage at feedout?