Maize

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    Feed No 1

    Many by-products of maize processing for flour (hominy feed, bran, germs, oil meal), starch (corn gluten feed, corn gluten meal) and alcohol/biofuel industries (distillers’ dried grains and solubles) can befed to animals. … “Dent corn” maize is the most widely grown type of maize and the one typically used for feed.

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    Feed No 2

    Maize is commonly known as corn and is the most cultivated crop on Earth. Globally, maize is the most cultivated staple crop and is used as a primary source of nutrition.

    Maize is a good source of vitamins, other than niacin and B12. Yellow maize can provide substantial amounts of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, folacin, magnesium and potassium.
    Maize is also low in fat and calories and is a good source of dietary fibre as well as protein.

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    Maize

    Maize, also known as corn, is a cereal grain first domesticated by indigenous peoples in southern Mexico about 10,000 years ago. The leafy stalk of the plant produces pollen inflorescences and separate ovuliferous inflorescences called ears that yield kernels or seeds, which are fruits.

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    Prime Maize

    Maize is commonly known as corn and is the most cultivated crop on Earth. Globally, maize is the most cultivated staple crop and is used as a primary source of nutrition.

    Maize is a good source of vitamins, other than niacin and B12. Yellow maize can provide substantial amounts of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, folacin, magnesium and potassium.
    Maize is also low in fat and calories and is a good source of dietary fibre as well as protein.