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Do You Grind Or Mill Whole Corn For Feed

Jun 06, 2012 So when you get right down to it there really is no significant difference between food grade and yellow #2 corn. You can easily clean any cobs out of the yellow #2 yourself and as for the higher percentage of hard starch and white cobs, big deal, who cares. I've eaten yellow #2 corn from the feed mill and it's just fine

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