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TRI-STATE LIVESTOCK NEWS: What’s In The Bunk?
For some areas of South Dakota, a hot and dry summer was followed by a wet fall and a hard freeze has yet to set in for the winter months. These factors have created the perfect storm for molds to grow in the state's corn fields, and experts warning livestock producers to test first before feeding corn silage to gestating cows. "Mycotoxins are an issue in South Dakota this year due a lot to the weather issues the state has experienced," said Max Hawkins, Alltech mycotoxin management team nutritionist.
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