Farm Focus: Field Corn

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Do you know the difference between field corn and sweet corn? Livestock and poultry farmers use field corn for animal feed. Its many uses also include ethanol production, manufactured goods and food ingredients in the form of corn cereal, corn oil and corn syrup. Sweet corn is consumed as a vegetable. Take a look at more interesting facts about Illinois’ field corn industry:
Field Corn Facts

Field corn tops the list of Illinois’ agricultural commodities.

Illinois ranks second nationally for field corn production. (Iowa is No. 1.)

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  1. jresquival

    January 30, 2017 at 5:36 pm

    I didn’t know field corn was the most produced crop of Illinois’ agricultural commodities. It makes sense since we use corn for so much nationally. I bet farmers there have to use really capable grain trailers. http://www.allroads.com.au/equipment/grain-tippers

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