LEXINGTON, Ky. — When you think of bourbon, do Kentucky cattle come to mind? Distillers grains, a by-product of bourbon production, can be fed to cattle and and are present in many forms-often referred to as slop, stillage, wet cake and more.
With the short shelf life of distillers grains, it is possible that a farm may have leftovers which it was unable to feed to livestock. If this happens, there are options on how to manage the leftover distillers grains.
Join us for a half-day workshop and discussion designed for the agricultural community on how we can use distillers grain for livestock and manage the excess.
Presenters from the University of Kentucky’s College of Agriculture, Food and the Environment and Department for Environmental Protection will break down what you need to know to keep a farm in compliance. See the agenda here.
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— Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association
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