Is deer corn the same as field corn?
People also ask, is deer corn the same as feed corn?
I asked one of the workers what the difference was between "deer corn" and "feed corn." He told me that the deer corn was cleaner than the feed corn. Supposedly it is just kernals, without any pieces of cob or other debris. He said the feed corn tended to jam automatic deer feeders.
Similarly, will deer eat field corn? With proper adaptation, deer can safely consume corn and other high--starch foods.
Also know, is field corn good to eat?
Although not grown primarily for human consumption, people do pick ears of field corn when its sugar content has peaked and cook it on the cob or eat it raw. Ears of field corn picked and consumed in this manner are commonly called "roasting ears" due to the most commonly used method of cooking them.
What is field corn used for?
While a small portion of “Field Corn” is processed for use as corn cereal, corn starch, corn oil and corn syrup for human consumption, it is primarily used for livestock feed, ethanol production and manufactured goods. It's considered a grain. Sweet corn is what people purchase fresh, frozen or canned for eating.