Seed strain and total content of cellulose and natural starches and sugars are what differentiate cow corn and people corn.
Specifically, sweet corn, or "people" corn, is grown for the kernels in their most sugary state.
Cow corn may be one of two basic types:
1. Forage corn are the ears and stalks chopped up by a forage harvester machine and stored usually in a silo. It is fed to cattle, usually for the combination of cellulose - which a cow's stomach can digest - and natural sugars and starches.
2. Grain corn is left to mature until the kernels are their biggest, have dried out and have converted the sugars into starch. It is harvested generally by using a combine, which strips the hardened mature kernels from the rest of the plant. The kernels then are ground, to be used as:
a. Corn meal feed for cattle;
b. Corn meal feed for people, especially in the form of corn starch;
Grain corn is the biggest use of corn as a crop.
Due to selective genetic breeding over a long time, different seed strains are used for the three purposes.
Sweet corn is soft from the day it blooms. "Cow" corn is hard it's entire lifespan. Corn feed is a better way of stating it. Hard corn "corn feed" is also packaged as popcorn. Just a little better cleaning.
Corned beef is a cow that was only fed corn.
what is difference between white cow and black cow
There is no difference.
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There is no difference. But it does if you are deciphering between breeds.
No a guinea pig cannot eat cow corn!!! If you try to feed a guinea pig cow corn it will immediately die so no a guinea pig cannot eat cow corn!
Cow skin comes from a cow, rubber comes from a tree!
you got it the other way round, the corn makes the cow
The biggest differences between a cow and an elephant is their size. An elephant gets much bigger than a cow does and a cow does not have a trunk like a elephant does.
A cow is an animal. A Beef Tenderloin is a kind of food.
There is no difference, they are just different ways to spell the same type of cow, just like theatre and theater are the same word.
It's not that easy to take account how much corn the cow ate, other than going into the corn field, finding the tracks and tracking the cow from the point where she entered the field to the point where she came out--or were forced out.
sweet corn is shorter
There really is no difference other than size.
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Yes, but it doesn't taste nearly as good as sweet corn, the altogether different cultivar of corn specifically grown for human consumption.
A cow can digest corn, but it's not the cow you're actually feeding, but rather the microbes in the cow's rumen. They are the ones that will break down the starch and cellulose found in corn and make it more usable for the cow as an energy source.
Physiologically, there is very little difference, since they are actually the same species. In general, though, sweet corn tends to have shorter and smaller-diameter stalks than feed corn. Sweet corn tassels are usually light yellow compared to feed corn's red or reddish-green tassels. However, neither of these is 100% accurate. The only way to tell the difference for sure is to know what was planted, use a DNA test, or just wait till the corn matures.
One "cow corn" plant--more properly called field corn--plant will often have two to three ears on it.
ok.. what is cow corn? I have made corn for decades... Can we assume field corn? For cattle, we let it dry before collecting. Around 12% is awesome. For humans, we do not eat field corn.
One difference is in texture and feel. Lambskin leather is much softer than cow leather, almost velvety. Cow leather is generally hard and rough.