High Moisture Shell Corn

Every year farms across the state harvest high moisture corn to feed the 1.25 million cows that call Wisconsin home. A major part of the state’s corn crop is sold as dry grain (15% moisture) at the local elevator, agribusiness or cooperative. However, in areas where dairy and livestock are present, significant acreage is harvested at moistures ranging from 24-32%. The following spreadsheet helps farmers determine a fair value or equivalent price to what they may receive if they sold the grain as dry corn instead of harvesting it as high moisture corn.

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