The semaphores are the world’s first crop of corn.
They are used for a variety of applications in the food, feed and forestry industries.
The crops are grown on a semi-biomass feedlot, or in fields where the water is pumped in.
The feed is fed to cattle that are grazed by a feedlot operator.
Corn farmers are looking for a more sustainable feedstock.
“The semaphoret is the first corn crop to be genetically engineered to be able to produce ethanol, which is a petroleum product,” said Brian Smith, senior vice president of marketing at American Soybean Company.
The semahore is a crop that can grow in the corn field with a low fertilizer requirement. “
When we look at our current feedstock, we’re doing it to meet a very specific demand.”
The semahore is a crop that can grow in the corn field with a low fertilizer requirement.
But it also has a high yield, so farmers can feed their cattle the semahores to keep them healthy and healthy for the corn harvest.
“We are looking at a lot more sustainable corn,” Smith said.
“It’s not just about the corn itself.”