NCGA Yield Contest Winners Offer Growing Tips

NCGA Yield Contest Winners Offer Growing Tips

Contest winners discuss helpful tips and tricks for getting the most out of the field

The National Corn Growers Association has released a new video offering corn-growing tips from perennial high-yield entrants of the National Corn Yield Contest.

The growers offers farmers across the country a chance to apply the tips they learned through the contest to their own operations and improve their bottom line.

NCGA VIDEO: Contest winners discuss helpful tips and tricks for getting the most out of the field

"The contest not only affords an opportunity for farmers to test their skill against their peers, it also provides NCGA with a significant amount of information about cutting-edge production practices that all farmers might find useful," said NCGA Grower Services Action Team Chair Tom Haag. "NCGA has always looked for new and innovative ways to use this data, sharing the lessons learned with corn farmers. The video provides a quick, simple way for interested farmers to discover new ideas that might work for them."


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The National Corn Yield Contest is in its 49th year and remains NCGA's most popular program for members, setting a new participation record this year with 8,827 entries. This surpasses the previous record of 8,431 entries, set in 2011, and far outstrips the 8,263 entries received in 2012.

"Over the years, we have seen the contest grow rapidly in popularity," said NCGA Production and Stewardship Action Team Chair Don Glenn. "While there are many reasons people enter, we hear time and time again that farmers try a contest plot to try out new ideas that could increase yields across their operation.

"In this spirit of continuous improvement, NCGA is happy to offer insight and advice from seasoned contest veterans that can be applied on many farms, resulting in a real world boost to productivity and profitability."

View the video below.

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