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Kansas Corn Yield Contest
2018 Overall Winners:
Mike Fuhrman, Lancaster, North Northeast district, won first place overall in dryland with a yield of 289.89 bushels per acre planting AgriGold A6544 VT2B1B.
Tony Spexarth, Colwich, South Central district, won first place overall in irrigated with a yield of 307.35 bushels per acre planting AgriGold A6544VT2.
The Kansas Corn Yield Contest
- Recognize high-yielding Kansas corn farmers.
- Improve practices and increase efficiency for greater sustainability and profitability.
- Share data collected among Kansas farmers to benchmark cornfields and provide tips for improving management practices.
Check back for 2019 Kansas Corn Yield Contest Rules and Deadlines!
The Kansas Corn Yield Contest is sponsored by Kansas Corn and K-State Research and Extension. The contest will award a dryland and irrigated winner in each of the districts. The districts align with crop reporting districts, plus a NNE district that includes Doniphan and parts of Brown and Atchison counties. In addition, one statewide dryland and one statewide irrigated winner will be announced. Cash prizes will be awarded at the district and state levels.
Kansas Corn Yield Contest District Map
All Kansas corn farmers are eligible to enter the contest, but must be KCGA members or join KCGA. A one-year membership is $50 and a three-year membership is $110 — the three-year membership also includes a voucher for a free bag of seed along with our other perks exclusive to KCGA members. Join here!
Coming Soon! 2019 Kansas Corn Yield Contest Sign-up Form