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mudcreek183

09-24-2012 12:39:04
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How everybodys corn yield ours were the worst for the last 4 years 70 bpa a far cry from the 180's we did the last couple years




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ihman73

09-29-2012 23:02:14
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 Re: Corn yields in reply to mudcreek183, 09-24-2012 12:39:04  
Have had anything from 25-70 bpa so far with our worst corn left to pick. Crop insurance adjuster estimated it at 12 bpa when they did my silage appraisal. We had no rain from the last week of may until the middle of august here in swIL near st.louis. Hoping the late rains will have made us a few beans.



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sirhc

09-25-2012 15:36:16
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 Re: Corn yields in reply to mudcreek183, 09-24-2012 12:39:04  
We did high 60's in my area it has went from 0 to 90 we had no rain from march 10 to june 11 except for a few sprinkles then it started to rain around the july 4 on and off for the month our biggest problem is all the filth that has come up in the corn now some are using a burndown to dry out the field before they shell.



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1206SWMO

09-25-2012 11:19:50
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 Re: Corn yields in reply to mudcreek183, 09-24-2012 12:39:04  
Corn made 0 here in 2011..This year it made from 15-52 bpa on my farm that I rent out..Overall locally 0-75 bpa..



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jm42

09-25-2012 09:48:57
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 Re: Corn yields in reply to mudcreek183, 09-24-2012 12:39:04  
80bu avg south/west ohio, 18% moisture. thankful for that much considering the year.



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jmohr

09-25-2012 08:53:53
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 Re: Corn yields in reply to mudcreek183, 09-24-2012 12:39:04  
We finished three weeks ago here in Southern Illinois. Our farm averaged 25.03 bpa. over 370 acres. Hopefully next year we get some cooler temps and more rain. Lots of fields with 7-18 bpa. We did have a 30 ac bottom average 108. Hope you all can find some better yeilds!



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nickg

09-25-2012 06:41:35
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 Re: Corn yields in reply to mudcreek183, 09-24-2012 12:39:04  
down to our last 400 acres and should be our best corn but so far The worst was 20bpa and the best has been 120.The field that did 120 usually goes 200+. should be done with corn by the end of the week depending on how much rain we get today and got started cuttin beans yesterday. Hopin to have everything harvested by the middle of october.



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haley

09-25-2012 04:08:21
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 Re: Corn yields in reply to mudcreek183, 09-24-2012 12:39:04  
Just finished corn here in central Ga.Pulled around 600 acres of irrigated corn and most of it went between 175 and 220bpa.My father cut a 14 acre dryland field yesterday that went around 40.This was the best corn year that our area has seen in a while.We didnt have a lot of rain but we also had many less days under 100 degrees which helped a lot.So much corn was made here that all the elevators are still full of corn and cant take grain sorghum which is ready now.I started in sorghum last week and we are having problems finding a place that has room to take it.

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Erik Ks farmer

09-24-2012 22:35:26
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 Re: Corn yields in reply to pea_grower, 09-24-2012 12:39:04  
14-53 for a farm average of 30.5. We had around 6.5 inches of rain from the first of may until mid August.



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Deere scotty

09-24-2012 22:33:41
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 Re: Corn yields in reply to mudcreek183, 09-24-2012 12:39:04  
Have done 20 acres so far at about 40 per acre, non river bottom! A cousin told me he talked to one farmer who claimed 1250 off of 70 acres... about 17.XX bshl an acre in river bottom.



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Nathaniel Watts

09-24-2012 17:45:23
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 Re: Corn yields in reply to mudcreek183, 09-24-2012 12:39:04  
Range here is 60-100 in central NC. The high temps hurt us bad during polination.



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Dick2

09-24-2012 12:45:57
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 Re: Corn yields in reply to mudcreek183, 09-24-2012 12:39:04  
Just talked to my brother in ND yesterday. One side of the farm ran 140 - 180 bu; the other side was running mostly 180-200 bu. Two years ago it ran 200 - 225 bu, which is really good for ND.



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