Handouts for December 3 webinar

Dec 3rd, 2009 Posted in Dec 3, Extension, Harvest, Wet Corn | Comments Off on Handouts for December 3 webinar

These are links a to the handouts for the December 3 webinar. They are set up for you to easily take notes while following along with the speakers.

December 3 Archive

Dec 3rd, 2009 Posted in Dec 3, Extension, Harvest, Laboratories, Wet Corn | Comments Off on December 3 Archive

Below is the link to the December 3 Wet Corn webinar.

Dr. Hans Stein’s Swine Mycotoxin Values

Nov 20th, 2009 Posted in Extension, Harvest, Nov 18, Wet Corn | Comments Off on Dr. Hans Stein’s Swine Mycotoxin Values
Vomitoxin/DON < 1 ppm
T-2 toxin < 0.5 ppm (500 ppb)
Zearalenone < 0.5 ppm ( 500 ppb) young pigs and gestation sows; 4 to 10 ppm for finishing pigs
Aflatoxin < 20 ppb
Fumonisin < 10 ppm
Ochratoxin < 6 ppm

November 18 Archive

Nov 18th, 2009 Posted in Extension, Harvest, Nov 18, Wet Corn | Comments Off on November 18 Archive

Below is the link to the November 18 Wet Corn webinar.

Handouts for November 18 webinar

Nov 17th, 2009 Posted in Extension, Harvest, Nov 18, Wet Corn | Comments Off on Handouts for November 18 webinar

These are links a to the handouts for the November 18 webinar. They are set up for you to easily take notes while following along with the speakers.

Wet Corn Strategies and Alternatives Webinar

Nov 5th, 2009 Posted in Dec 3, Extension, Harvest, Introduction, Nov 18, Wet Corn | Comments Off on Wet Corn Strategies and Alternatives Webinar

With late planting of corn, a cool summer, and a record wet fall; many crop and livestock producers are faced with questions and concerns with corn over 25 to 30 percent moisture, presence of yeast, molds, and mycotoxins; and alternatives to handle wet corn grain. These fast pace webinars will discuss several key concerns and questions outlined below.

  • Status of wet molds and mycotoxin formation
  • Update of mycotoxin levels measured in commercial labs
  • Storage alternatives including drying, high moisture corn, and use of propionic acid
  • Pricing wet corn
  • Feed value of immature corn for livestock
  • Mycotoxin binder choices
  • Your questions from participants

To register for each webinar, go to https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/169847248 to register for November 18 and https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/842673729 for December 3. No charge for either program is required with a similar program format and updates at each webinar. If a third webinar is needed based on field and harvest conditions, it will be schedule for mid-December. The webinar will be coordinated by Dr. Mike Hutjens, Extension Dairy Specialist, along with specialists from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and industry representatives.