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Corn Yields: How did the hybrids you grew this year perform? Were you satisfied? Post your yields here.

Thanks for visiting.  We wanted to provide a forum where corn yield results and agronomic feedback could be posted and shared.  Ideally people will post their yields, what hybrids and number of acres with a location...also your location would be valuable.  If you have some observations or agronomic feedback that would be valuable as well.

Afterwards you can check out the corn and soybean plot data on the Farms.com Yield Data Centre at http://www.yielddata.farms.com to review the latest seed company test plot results.

 

 

 

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Beautiful morning in Langton, and mid-200's yields to boot! pic.twitter.com/AEbEKisM11

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Crazy yields in Peel. Croplan 3499= 231.6 bu. Pioneer 9845= 216 bu. Thanks farmer Dave.#Allianceagri-turf #ontag #Croplan

Unloading some DK 43-10 at the elevator. 25 percent moisture, 205 bushels dry!!!

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