Weed seeds may have value as a livestock feed in certain cases, based on results from an Australian demonstration. For Australian farmers who also raise sheep, chaff and weed seeds are "worth a serious amount of money."
Be on the lookout! In a good part of West Tennessee most soybean and cotton fields have at least some goosegrass and jungle rice (awnless barnyardgrass) present. In southwest Tennessee, a good many fields have serious infestations of both of these grass species.
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