Corn cribs were first used by Native Americans, and they usually had slats in the walls to allow air to circulate. Slats or vent holes are used to this day to help the corn dry quickly.
Cribs are enclosures which are often constructed using a slatted framework. Various types of cribs are used as baby beds, as mangers for feeding animals, as stalls for stabling animals, and for drying corn.
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Traces of the weedkiller ingredient glyphosate have been found in Cheerios and Corn flakes. Use of the chemical by British farmers has increased by 400 per cent in 20 years.
Daily Mail. Mon, 13 Aug 2018 02:06:37 +0100.