Corn Stover Research

  1. Utilization of Pelleted Corn Stover/DDG Feed as Primary Source of Roughage and Protein in Beef Feedlot Rations.

http://fpr.extension.iastate.edu/pdf/2013/UtilizationPelleted.pdf

  1. Effects of Replacing Corn with a Pelleted Treated Corn Stover and Distillers Grains on Intake and Total Tract Digestibility of Finishing Diets

http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1837&context=animalscinbcr

  1. Potential of Chemically Treated Corn Stover and Modified Distiller Grains as a Partial Replacement for Corn Grain in Feedlot Diets

http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1625&context=ans_air

  1. Effects of Processing Treated Corn Stover and Distillers Grains on Performance of Growing Cattle

http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1840&context=animalscinbcr

  1. Alkaline Treatment Of Low Quality Forages (Corn Stovers)

http://igrow.org/livestock/beef/alkaline-treatment-of-low-quality-forages-corn-stovers/

  1. Treated corn stover emerges as high-fiber, low-energy dairy heifer and dry cow feed

http://www.agriview.com/news/dairy/treated-corn-stover-emerges-as-high-fiber-low-energy-dairy/article_1d4bdd64-fdab-11e1-a640-001a4bcf887a.html

  1. Utilizing Corn Stalk Residues for Dairy Cattle

http://green.uwex.edu/files/2010/05/UtilizingCornStalkResiduesforDairyCowsandHeifersv3.0.pdf

  1. Sustainable Corn Stover Harvest

https://www.iowacorn.org/media/cms/IowaCornResearchBrochure_Final_IFT_F4B608A12ED16.pdf

  1. Chemical Treatment of Low-quality Forages to Replace Corn in Cattle Finishing Diets

http://www.hoards.com/sites/default/files/Oct-webinar-reference-1.pdf

  1. Ammoniation and adding hydrated lime can improve low-quality forages.

https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/news/columns/dairy-focus/dairy-focus-improve-low-quality-forages

  1. The Benefits and Detriments of Corn Stover Harvest.

http://poet-dsm.com/resources/docs/responsible-stover-harvest.pdf

  1. Treated corn stover has potential as alternative feed

http://www.wisfarmer.com/features/treated-corn-stover-has-potential-as-alternative-feed-----jcpg-312308-189215781.html