12/22/2014 7:00:00 AM/Categories: General News, Today's Top 5, Grains, Corn, Organizations, Research, Education
AA Non-Irrigated:1. Lance Neff, Marshall, Mo.; Dekalb DKC66-97RIB; 362.81452. Kevin Kalb, Dubois, Ind.; Dekalb DKC64-87RIB; 361.47123. Jeff Brown, Blue Mound, Ill.; Dekalb DKC62-08RIB; 350.3707
No-Till/Strip-Till Non-Irrigated:1. Wiles Bros Inc., Plattsmouth, Neb.; Dekalb DKC67-57RIB; 357.53992. Jay Justice, Beckley, W.V.; Dekalb; DKC64-69; 345.37813. Dowdy Farms - growbigcorn.com, Valdosta, Ga.; Pioneer P1303HR; 343.3100
AA No-Till/Strip-Till Non-Irrigated:1. Cox Farms, Delta, Mo.; Pioneer P2089YHR; 349.10152. Nick Lanpher, Cape Girardeau, Mo.; Pioneer P1602YHR; 314.08633. J & M Farms, Scott City, Mo.; Pioneer P1602YHR; 312.5826
No-Till/Strip-Till Irrigated:1. David Hula, Charles City, Va.; Pioneer P1794VYHR; 476.22012. Dowdy Farms II, Valdosta, Ga.; Pioneer P1303HR; 457.87663. Dowdy Farms VIII, Valdosta, Ga.; Pioneer P1739HR; 444.1493
Irrigated:1. Randy Dowdy/growbigcorn.com, Valdosta, Ga.; Dekalb DKC62-08; 503.71902. Steven Albracht, Hart, Texas; Pioneer P1883AM; 459.44843. Randy Dowdy, Valdosta, Ga.; Dekalb DKC62-08; 422.9653Winners receive national recognition in publications such as the NCYC Corn Yield as well as cash trips or other awards from participating sponsoring seed, chemical and crop protection companies. During the 2015 Commodity Classic, in Phoenix, Ariz., winners will be honored during the NCGA Awards Banquet and the NCYC State Winners Breakfast.
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Posted by Jami Howell
12/20/2017 11:02 AM
He is doing amazing things, but I heard he got beat this year by Hula. These guys need to battle it out on the new show Corn Wars. http://www.facebook.com/cornwarstv
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