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2009-01-19 15:58:36
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Yes. It is commonly used in fodder for livestock.


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Not exactly sure about corn cobs but if it's anything like corn kernels, the answer is no. most animals don't possess the quality to digest the sugars in corn.

I ate a corncob in under five minutes. There you go.

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This isn't logical. Use common sense. When you chug the can of corn it won't just HAPPEN to form into a corncob in your stomach.

dogs cannot eat corncobs it is highly hazardeous. it wont digest in their stomachs so they wont eat anything and eventually they will die from hunger. this is th true story. if u dont believe me watch animal planet on TV.

you can digest starch, Starch is in potatoes and im pretty sure i can digest them, Its fibre you cant digest.

button"with a corncob pipe and a button nose and two eyes made out of coal"

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They used sticks, saplings, wooden poles, deerskin, corncob, animal skin, and bark.

The cylindrical center of maize on which the kernels grow is the corncob, or just the cob, if you prefer.

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button"with a corncob pipe and a button nose and two eyes made out of coal"

that is how you spell digest.

Yes fungi do digest their food but unlike animals that eat then digest, fungi must digest their food then "eat" it.

they need heat to digest but if you put it on a heat rock/pad it will digest faster

No. The only metal we can safely digest is pure gold leaf.ANS2:There are only a few metals that can be safely ingested because most have toxic effects. The process of digestion is the breaking down of materials into absorbable components. There are a number of metals that can be digested. The hydrochloric acid in the stomach can digest iron, aluminum, copper, zinc, all of the group 1 and 2 metals and salts of silver, lead and mercury. Digesting does not necessarily mean that the quantity of metal will be entirely digested.Say your hypothetical metal corncob (I hope it is hypothetical) is made of brass. Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc. It will be corroded by the stomach acid and produce copper and zinc chloride. Neither of those salts is particularly good for you and may irritate the intestines but will probably not be absorbed in quantities large enough to poison you. If the corncob was coated with lacquer, as most ornamental brass pieces are, the stomach acid cannot come in contact with the metal so it will not be digested.The preceding answer claims that gold can be digested. On the contrary, it will not be affected by any digestive process in the human body. It will pass harmlessly through the digestive tract without being affected. Some alloys, such as stainless steel will be similarly unaffected.To get a better answer to this question, find out what sort of metal your corncob is made from and ask about digesting that metal.

frosty the snow manwas jolly happy soulwith a corncob pipeand A BUTTON NOSE

Yes they do digest food.

The acids in your stomach digest anything

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