U.S. Grain Users Test for Corn Toxin as Drought Spurs MoldJeff Wilson
Grain elevators and milk processors are testing for a corn toxin that can be fatal to livestock and cause cancer in humans after the worst Midwest drought in 56 years spurred an increased risk of contamination.
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