16 bags with 2 cup of corn to each bag. It was not hard to do, just takes time. The husking, the cleaning, blanching, cooling down, cutting off the cob and then to the freezer took about 3 hours.
Here's JuJu chomping on some corn husk and silk. It was kind of hard keeping them away from mine while I was taking care of the corn. They kept grabbing the corn that I was working on. I would quick husk some corn and toss that on the ground so that they would go for that instead of what I had in my hand. I didn't want them to gorge on the fresh stuff so I only let them have a few husk each then I started to bag it.
Abby likes fresh corn. I gave some to the goats but them were more into the husk and silk. Not the corn. Might be that they can't get it into their mouth. This is not a problem for Abby. She ate 3 cobs and I ate 2. They are so sweet and tender that they tasted good just the way they were.
Abby sure is getting a lot of gray on her muzzle but then old dogs are best!
I got these from my garden today when I got off work. I don't like it when the zucchini gets that big but that's what happens when you think that you will pick it in a few days. They grow really fast. If my boss does not want them then I will grate them up and freeze them for winter.