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Winter Grazing Standing Corn Plants for Beef Cows Under Maintenance Conditions

Dale R. ZoBell, Utah State University
Donald L. Synder, Utah State University
K C. Olson, Utah State University
R D. Wiedmeier, Utah State University


Corn is known as a forage crop that has the potential of yielding more energy per acre than any other forage crop in the U.S. Additionally, corn has an advantage as a winter grazing crop because its stem cures well, it stands above the snow, and it stands up in windy conditions as well as providing a windbreak for cattle grazing it.