The Grain Belt area includes most if not all of
The Grain Belt includes part of
The Corn Belt is a region of the Midwest of the United States where corn is the predominant cash crop. Primarily, it includes Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, and Ohio — approximately 50% of all corn grown in the U.S. is from these four states. The Corn Belt also includes parts of South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Missouri, and Kentucky.
The map depicts a loose definition of the Corn Belt; a narrow definition starts in central Indiana and Illinois (but not the extreme northern and southern areas of those states- this roughly corresponds to the "Prairie Peninsula"), through Iowa, with a fringe of Nebraska. Since Corn Belt is a colloquial term, and corn cultivation varies naturally by year, neither definition can claim authority.
Canadian grain production regions
Wipo Publishes Patent of Panzani, Chantal Lucie Paulette Minier, Isabelle Francoise Arekion for "Method for Preparing Cereal Grain and Corresponding Preparation Equipment and Cereal Grain" (French Inventors)
Oct 30, 2012; GENEVA, Oct. 30 -- Publication No. WO/2012/143626 was published on Oct. 26. Title of the invention: "METHOD FOR PREPARING CEREAL...
WIPO ASSIGNS PATENT TO HEINEKEN SUPPLY CHAIN FOR "METHOD OF PREPARING A LIQUID EXTRACT OF CEREAL GRAIN AND APPARATUS SUITABLE FOR USE IN SUCH METHOD" (DUTCH INVENTORS)
Aug 14, 2010; GENEVA, Aug. 18 -- Publication No. WO/2010/090522 was published on Aug. 12. Title of the invention: "Method of preparing a liquid...
CASE STUDY: Effect of highand low-cereal-grain starters on straw intake and rumen development of neonatal Holstein calves
Aug 01, 2011; ABSTRACT A high-cereal-grain, coarse, textured calf starter (TEX) was compared with a fine-particle, pelleted, low-cereal-grain...