Livestock, poultry and domestic pets are animals that consume corn. Every continent produces corn, except for Antarctica. Corn no longer grows in the wild because it's a plant that is completely domesticated.
Corn is a versatile crop that is used in products such as baby foods, cereals, salad dressings and soups. Many non-food items such as laundry detergent and paint also utilize the properties of corn during the manufacturing process. Corn is not always yellow; varieties of black, blue, purple, red and white are also grown. Its shelf life is second to none, with scientists being able to pop kernels from 1,000 years ago.