Marcus Huffman, of Auburn, produced 295.56 bu/AC to have the high yield in the no-till and conventional tillage categories. Winning the irrigated corn division was Joel Armistead, of Adairville, with a 284.50 bushel yield.
These producers will be recognized at the 2010 Kentucky Commodity Conference January 22nd in Bowling Green at the Holiday Inn University Plaza.
2010 Kentucky Commodity Conference Agenda
Friday, January 22, 2010
11:30 a.m.: Registration begins
Bruce Vincent – Keynote Speaker
2 p.m.: Soybean Annual Meeting
3 p.m.: Corn Growers Annual Meeting
3:30 p.m.: Small Grain Growers Annual Meeting
4 p.m.: Marketing Session
Jim Bower – Bower Trading, Inc.
Corey Walters – University of Kentucky
6 p.m.: Grower Appreciation Banquet
6:30 p.m.: Awards Banquet*
Wheat, Soybean and Corn Yield Production Contest
Winners will be recognized along with industry leaders and achievers.
*Pre-registration is required to guarantee entry into the luncheon and the awards banquet.
Register online at www.kysoy.org.
A complete listing of all corn, soybean and wheat entries can be found at http://www.uky.edu/Ag/GrainCrops/YieldContest/YieldContests2009.htm.