Description: Photograph of a handful of corn. Back of photograph: "This corn was put into storage after treatment with Super Shield. It averaged 24% moisture and when this picture was taken, had been in storage for six months. One of the things that impressed management of Big Tex when they visited several midwestern farms that had used Super Shield was the way the grain stayed in condition despite widely fluctuating outside temperatures. "We figured the concept was sound and was tailor-made for a cattle feeding operation that has to buy much of its grain requirements during a short period of time during harvest," says Troyce Carmichael, president of Big Tex."
Contributing Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum