North Carolina announces corn contest winners

Roberson, Roy
February 2006
Southeast Farm Press;2/6/2006, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p28
Trade Publication
The article announces the winners of the 2005 North Carolina Corn Yield Competition in North Carolina. The Hardy Farms garnered the awards for the dryland, irrigated and no-till categories of corn production. The Greene County farming operation won as overall champion of the North Carolina Corn Growers Association championship. Some of the winners for the dryland category include Dennis Boerma, Charles Gray and Thomas Hardy.


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