Also mention silage…
Thanks for this well-written article, calling out in a sharable format information that has been documented but not well-distributed.
One other risk is silage or haylage that has not been properly managed. A nickname for listeriosis is “silage disease”. Silage / haylage can be a wonderful breeding ground for listeriosis if there is, for instance, a tiny hole in the white covering on a baylage bale.
No grain, no silage on my farm!
Since I can’t tell if this is tied directly to the article I just read, I’m commenting on this: http://greenanswers.com/blog/268866/safe-milk