The National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) recognized Iowa Corn Growers Association members as winners of the 2018 National Corn Yield Contest (NCYC). The top four winners in each category were recognized during the 2019 Commodity Classic in Orlando, Florida at the beginning of the month.
These selected farmers accepted honors for their ability to produce the most corn per-acre, which lends itself to fueling and feeding the world. NCYC not only grants the participants the recognition that they deserve, it also gives them the opportunity to learn from their peers.
Top yield winners from Iowa include:
AA Non-Irrigated division:
AA No-Till/Strip-Till, Non-Irrigated division:
No-Till/Strip-Till Irrigated division:
Mike Williams, Amana, 302.01 bu/acre
Kim Dummermuth, Elgin, 285.76 bu/acre
Kim Dummermuth, Elgin, 282.33 bu/acre
Mike Williams, Amana, 279.63 bu/acre
Kim Dummermuth, Elgin, 271.23 bu/acre
Mike Williams, Amana, 257.22 bu/acre
Mike Lyons, Hamburg, 246.89 bu/acre
Contest winners received national recognition in the publication, National Corn Yield Guide, as well as cash trips and other awards from participating sponsoring seed, chemical and crop protection companies. The National Corn Yield Contest, now in its 54st year, remains one of NCGA’s most popular programs for members.
*John Ruff also placed second nationally in the AA No-Till/Strip-Till, Non-Irrigated division
For a complete list of national and state winners, visit www.ncga.com.
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