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The 1962 feed grain program for corn and grain sorghum

a general explanation

by United States. Department of Agriculture

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Feed grain program

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesProgram aid -- no. 486, Program aid (United States. Department of Agriculture) -- no. 486.
    ContributionsUnited States. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 pages ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25654738M
    OCLC/WorldCa85224788

    This sorghum makes excellent seed for all game birds, including quail, turkey, pheasants, doves and ducks. Deer will also feed heavily on the grain in fall and winter. The WGF Sorghum has a life cycle of days. ~ Plant between April and July at a rate of 10 to 20 lbs. per acre.5/5(2). 【High Efficiency】It can grind wheat, rice, corn, sorghum, soybeans and other crops into dry powder. 【Multifunction】Especially It is also suitable to grind soaked soybeans and rice into pulp,can make soybean milk,rice cake and other the same time, it can be used for crushing feed/5(6).

    Sorghum is a staple food crop for millions of poor people in the semiarid tropics of Africa and Asia. It is one of the important dryland crops grown in marginal soils and a source of feed, fodder. maturity, the grain moisture will be 25 to 40 percent, and it must dry considerably before it can be har-vested and placed in conventional storage. For high-moisture grain or early harvest and artificial drying, sorghum can be harvested at any time after physi-ological File Size: KB.

    Grain Storage Management to Minimize Mold and Mycotoxins power point (PDF file) 10/04/12 Drying Drought-Stressed Corn 8/31/12 Managing Large Bins for Potential Mycotoxin Contamination. Commercial sorghum is the cultivation and commercial exploitation of species of grasses within the genus Sorghum (often S. bicolor).These plants are used for grain, fibre and plants are cultivated in warmer climates worldwide. Commercial Sorghum species are native to tropical and subtropical regions of Africa and Asia.. Other names include durra, Egyptian millet, feterita, Guinea.


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The 1962 feed grain program for corn and grain sorghum by United States. Department of Agriculture Download PDF EPUB FB2

Grain Inspection Handbook - Book II Grain Grading Procedures Foreword The effectiveness of the official U.S. grain inspection system depends largely on an inspector’s ability to sample, inspect, grade, and certify the various grains for which standards have been established under the United States Grain Standards Act, as amended.

Feed grain is any grain used for livestock feed, including corn, grain sorghum, oats, rye, and grains and the farms producing them historically have received federal commodity program support in the United qualify for marketing assistance loans, direct payments, and counter-cyclical payments under the farm bill.

References. White sorghum is a feed ingredient for poultry, but is also a food grade product found in flour, tortillas, chips, popped variety (caramel covered), and is used mostly to either blend with wheat or as a substitute for wheat flour for those allergic to the gluten found in wheat.

Sorghum is standardized under the U.S. Standards for Sorghum. In recent years, use of sorghum as feed grain and to a limited extent other nonfood uses are increasing in countries where it was traditionally used as a food crop. In Asia, 35% of sorghum grain was used as livestock feed and for other industrial uses; 58% was used in China, and 8%–10% in India and Pakistan (Parthasarathy Rao et al., ).Author: Venkateswarlu Ronda, C.

Aruna, K.B.R.S. Visarada, B. Venkatesh Bhat. The Corn and Grain Sorghum Research Verification Program (CGSRVP) began infunded almost solely by Arkansas growers through check-off contributions. The CGSRVP uses Extension management recommendations to produce a high yielding, economical grain sorghum crop.

Information from the CGSRVP fields is usedFile Size: KB. payments were offered on hybrid corn and grain sorghum seed diverted from normal use channels under certain terms and conditions. the purpose of the program was to lessen the adverse economic situation for hybrid seed producer processors caused by the late development of the feed grain program.

Sorghum was the second hybrid crop Pioneer added to its product line-up to address customer needs where moisture was limited for corn production. The sorghum breeding program was established in the mids. From then on, the target market continued to grow, and commercial sorghum operations began in Following a 9-year buildup in feed grain stocks, the Feed Grain Program was enacted by Congress to enable farmers to maintain their incomes while reducing pro- duction of corn and grain sorghunn.s.

The program offered farmers incentive pay- ments to divert at least 20 percent of their corn and grain sorghum acreage to con- servation uses.

DES MOINES, Iowa, Oct. 15 --The Government will pay out nearly $1, to seed corn and grain sorghum companies because the Administration's feed grain reduction program put them in. The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service’s Corn Production Handbook and Grain Sorghum Production Handbook guidelines and recommendations are based upon research funded, in part, by the Arkansas Corn Grower checkoff funds administered by the Arkansas Corn and Grain Sorghum Promotion Board.

The Corn and Grain Sorghum Research Verification Program. This data product contains statistics on four feed grains (corn, grain sorghum, barley, and oats), foreign coarse grains (feed grains plus rye, millet, and mixed grains), hay, and related items.

This includes data published in the monthly Feed Outlook and previously annual Feed Yearbook. Data are monthly, quarterly, and/or annual depending upon. Grain sorghum or milo produces a crop that can substitute well for corn. The energy content of milo is usually about 85% of that for corn grain, which is usually reflected in price.

Milo is more variable in starch and protein content than corn, so periodic feed testing is warranted if milo will be the base of a finishing diet. Table 2 - Feed concentrate balance, livestock numbers and production and reed per unit or livestock, United States, Item Supply Stocks beginning or year!f Production of feed grains: Corn, grain only Oats Barley Sorghum grain Total Imports of feed grains Wheat and rye fed Byproduct feeds fed Total supply of concentrates.

However, sorghum, a cereal grain, is the fifth most important cereal crop in the world, largely because of its natural drought tolerance and versatility as food, feed and fuel.

In Africa and parts of Asia, sorghum is primarily a human food product, while in the United States it is used mainly for livestock feed and in a growing number of. Producers benefit from participating in the government feed grains program di-rectly through support prices and direct payments and indirectly through higher market prices.

U.S. feed grain farmers have received program payments since Duringdirect payments as. Corn and grain sorghum (Sorghum bicolor subsp. bicolor L) are among the top cereal crops world wide, and both are key for global food security. Similarities between the two crops, particularly their adaptation for warm-season grain production, pose an opportunity for comparisons to inform appropriate cropping decisions.

Maize (/ m eɪ z / MAYZ; Zea mays subsp. mays, from Spanish: maíz after Taino: mahiz), also known as corn (American English), is a cereal grain first domesticated by indigenous peoples in southern Mexico ab years ago. The leafy stalk of the plant produces pollen inflorescences and separate ovuliferous inflorescences called ears that yield kernels or seeds, which are : Tracheophytes.

Feed grain program. - Provides for a corn, sorghum, and barley program under which producers would divert 20 to 50 percent of their acreage of those crops to conservation or named oilseed crops for (a) payments in kind of up to 50 percent on the normal yield of the diverted acreage multiplied by the support price, (b) payments in.

The Corn and Grain Sorghum Research Verification Program (CGSRVP) is contributing significantly toward increasing state corn yields.

This program began inand is funded solely by Arkansas growers through Check-off contribu­ tions. The CGSRVP uses Extension management. Figure Intro Historical corn acreage and average yields in. concerning the use of sorghum grain and forage in the diets of dairy animals with an emphasis on the published research from the past 15 years.

GRAIN NUTRIENT COMPOSITION OF SORGHUM GRAIN AS COMPARED TO CORN, BARLEY AND WHEAT Barley, corn, sorghum and wheat are all potential sources of energy for dairy Size: KB.

When maize withers and rice shrivels, people in many parts of the world depend on sorghum. Apart from eating the grain, farmers can make beer and use the stalks to build houses and fences, as well as produce animal feed and have nurtured and adapted sorghum for 5, years, and it has spread along trade routes from its origin in Ethiopia.Department of Agronomy Kansas State University Throckmorton PSC Claflin Road Manhattan, KS Ph: + Fx: +Commodity: Corn Note that information contained in or generated by this website is provided by the U.S.

Grains Council as a convenience for customers, members and others in the grains industry and is not legally binding, including for use related to grain trading contracts.