Corn screenings can be fed to cattle. Screenings are usually about 11 percent crude protein and equal in energy to corn. Because of their small particle size, they present a dust concern and will be digested in the rumen at a rapid rate. Overfeeding can cause rumen acidosis. So caution is advised. Step cattle up gradually when feeding and do not exceed one-fourth to maybe one-third of the total ration. Add something like silage or other moist feed to keep the dust down and make sure that the ration is totally mixed. You may need to adjust the protein supplement because of the high protein content of the screenings.