Sorghum, a grain, forage or sugar crop, is among the most efficient crops in conversion of solar energy and use of water. Sorghum is known as a high-energy, drought tolerant crop. What is sorghum?
Animal feeding is one of the most important markets for sorghum production in the United States. Sorghum is utilized in the nutrition of dairy and beef cattle as well as swine and poultry. The grain, stalks and leaves are all animal feeding products.
Sorghum Checkoff Events Calendar
Second Release of Newly Converted Sorghum Lines Made Available to Seed Industry
The Sorghum Checkoff is collaboration with MMR Genetics (NuSeeds America) and USDA-Agricultural Research Service released 50 new sources of sorghum germplasm this week through the reinstated Sorghum Conversion Program. (Read More)