National Corn Yield Contest

The entry period for the National Corn Yield Contest is now closed. 

 

Enter Harvest

Monday, November 30, 2020 is the last day to submit the harvest results of an entry.

Growers enter here  |  Sales reps enter here

Supervisors

Supervisors, please review the following before supervising a harvest: Supervisor Check List Supervisor Training Module Entry and Harvest Rules Book NCGA will approve only supervisors meeting the following qualifications: FFA Advisor Vocational Agricultural Instructor County Extension Agent & Assistant NRCS (Natural Resource Conservation Services) – Senior Staff FSA (Farm Service Agency) – CED/Loan Manager/Office SWCD (Soil and Water Conservation District) USDA Farm Credit Services Officer Bank Ag Loan Officer Private Crop Consultant or Agronomist College of Ag Instructor American Society of Farm Managers Accredited Farm Manager Crop Insurance Agent/Adjustors Anyone who is retired from one of these positions Current NCGA Production & Stewardship and Member & Consumer Engagement Action Team and NCGA Corn Board members can serve as supervisors. Approved state corn association staff can also serve as supervisors. Supervisors cannot be the following: Anyone...

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Voucher Program

Voucher Program (Updated 7/8/2020) Seed companies participate in the National Corn Yield Contest by paying entry and membership fees when planting the hybrids below.     AgriGold Channel DEKALB Dyna-Gro FS InVISION Hefty Seed Pioneer Seed Genetics Direct (added 7/8/2020) Seed Consultants Wyffels (Added 6/22/2020)   Syngenta paying the entry and membership fees for the first one hundred and fifty (150) hybrids entered: Enogen, Golden Harvest, NK Brand   LG Seeds paying the entry fee for the first one hundred (100) hybrids entered: LG Seeds 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I obtain an NCGA Membership number to create a contest entry?   A: Call 636-733-5512 or email ncyc@ncga.com. You will need to provide your name, mailing address, phone number and email address.   Q: What is the difference between the Grower Login and Sales Rep Login   A: The Grower Login is for the individual grower and houses all entries for the one selected grower. The Grower Login requires the membership number and postal code to create an entry. The Sales Rep Login is created to access multiple growers. The Sales Rep Login requires the Rep email address and personal password they created to access multiple growers they have created entries for. Individual Grower membership numbers are initially needed and obtained from NCGA. Entries created while in the Sales Rep Login will house their database of information year-to-year.   Q: How many entries can I have in the contest?   A: There is no limit on the number of contest entries, but a member can only win one...

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NCYC Guide Archives

Entries with an Asterisk (*): National Corn Yield Contest rules state that each individual membership is eligible to win only one national and one state trophy in the contest.  If an entrant enters two or more hybrids and all place as a winner or runner-up, a trophy will be awarded only for the highest ranked (not necessarily highest yield) hybrid.  We use the asterisk (*) to indicate that there is an entry under the same membership number that has placed higher and been awarded a trophy, which in turn knocks out the asterisked entries from being awarded a trophy.   For questions contact NCYC@ncga.com     2019 NCYC Contest   2019 National Corn Yield Contest Guide      2018 NCYC Contest 2018 National Corn Yield Contest Guide   2017 NCYC Contest 2017 National Corn Yield Contest Guide   2016 NCYC Contest 2016 National Corn Yield Contest Guide   2015 NCYC Contest 2015 National  Corn Yield Contest Guide   2014 NCYC Contest 2014 Nation al Corn Yield...

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