Feeding Cows Corn

Posted on Monday, April 1, 2013 by Andrew

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When producing milk, many farms in Canada will use corn as part of a cow’s diet. But instead of just the kernels like you and I would eat, cows love the whole plant (meaning kernel, cob and even the stalk!). Here’s a great look from a farm in Saskatchewan about the process of getting corn into the ground – all the way to the cow’s mouth.

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About Andrew

Social media is becoming a useful tool for many people, and as a farmer, Andrew is no different. Today, Andrew works alongside his parents on their dairy farm, and he started using social media to share the farm’s story with non-farming Ontarians. In addition, he is helping teach farmers and others working in agricultural about the value of social media on the farm.

2 thoughts on “Feeding Cows Corn

  1. Andrew

    You can find him online at youtube.com/saskdairy – I know he is always happy to hear comments through his channel. Thanks Sam!

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