- Sorghum, also known as Milo, is a cereal grain plant with seeds that have high carbohydrate content.
- Sorghum is a 2-4 feet tall grass with a white, yellow, red, or bronze head.
- Typically planted in May or June, sorghum is harvested in the fall.
- The average yield for sorghum in the U.S. is 76 bushels per acre (1 bushel = 56 pounds).
- Sorghum is a gluten free grain.
- 1/3 of grain sorghum is used for livestock feed and 1/3 is exported.
- Kansas is the #1 producer of grain sorghum in the U.S.
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