For those of us in upper mid west, you will get molds (mycotoxins) in your corn this year. Some fields are worse than others. I would suggest if you know a farmer that has a bin full of last years corn, go stock up on it (forget how high it will be), pay it and go on. For those in the south, they aren't as bad but there will be blending going on so the bad corn will make it to the good corn areas and the opposite so get it while you can. For those feeding DDG's, it will be even worse. Not sure what levels are too high for chickens but in Indiana, already have dairies w/trouble feeding it and the hog producers are beyond themselves. Know of 1 who can't feed an acre of his crop.