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Sani Ibrahim
Abubakar Tafawa Balewa,University
Agricultural economics and extension
100Level, Nigeria.
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Most people don't know one thing is that the corn cob is food,
That is, I mean, a business.
Corn cob is sold on different
online sites while we eat our own here and throw it into the
bush or the bins of waste.

After reading these you will never
throw away corn hub.
Let see some of the uses of corn cobs.

1. They are used in feeding livestock, yes Corn hub can be
used in feeding and raring of animal, Dry and grounded cobs
of maize are good feed for livestock such as sheep , goats,
and rams. Through storing it in a large quantity you will make
big profits out of it, dry them up, You may sell them, or take
them to the grinding machine, in their head shape.

2. They are used for cooking: Corn cob can be used to prepare
our food e.g, it can be used to smoke fish and meat or better
after cooking they can store the water in refrigerator for future
purposes.

3. They can be sold online and you can make real money out
of it.

4.landfill: don't throw them away store them in bag and then
used it to fill Port holes in our environment.

5. Industrial use: Cobs made from corn are used for
agricultural goods. "Modern industrial products made from
maize cobs include oil and hazardous waste absorbents,
insecticides, fertilizers, and tumbling and blasting grits. Cobs,
as well as maize stalks, are beginning to be used to produce
ethanol" Mentalfloss.

If you wonder why an ordinary corn cobs are being priced up
to $ 200, that's the explanation..
Hope you learnt from these don't ever throw it away and don't
forget to share.
"don"don

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