OK, it's late and I cannot sleep. Time for a question that has always puzzled me. Cattle eat grass and corn is grass. So, why not sow a field of corn for grazing? You would think it would yield more than your standard pasture. You could turn them out when the corn was 2 feet high. Of course, the cattles feet would probably break the corn stalks. Strip grazing, perhaps? With a moveable hot wire? Silage does the same thing as grazing but takes machinery: turning the cattle into the field does not. For that matter, if you planted it in sweet corn, the cattle might find it downright tasty. I tasted the pith of a sweet corn stalk, once, and it was very sweet. Any thoughts on the matter?