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Missouri Soybean farmers pushing yields to new levels; two growers top 100 bushel mark
Posted By Tammy Huffman On December 31, 2008 @ 12:24 pm In Headline News | No Comments
Missouri has long been known as a great place to grow soybeans. Two farmers are helping to prove it, growing soybeans that yielded more than 100 bushels per acre in the Missouri Soybean Association’s (MSA) 14th Annual Yield Contest.
Kip Cullers of Purdy, had the top overall yield with 117.1 bushels per acre using Pioneer’s 94B73 soybean variety and won the contest’s irrigated category. Charles Hinkebein of Chaffee, won the
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