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Ag Briefs 11-22-10

The National Corn Grower’s Association hosts a contest every year for corn growers to compete with their peers. The contest allows recognition for the winners and also provides opportunities for others to learn from them. The National Corn Yield Contest deadline is December 1 or seven days after the final check, whichever comes first.

Prizes include national recognition, cash trips, and awards from sponsors. For more information about the contest and rules, please go to http://www.NCGA.com/Corn-Yield-Contest.

The National Corn Grower’s Association hosts a contest every year for corn growers to compete with their peers. The contest allows recognition for the winners and also provides opportunities for others to learn from them. The National Corn Yield Contest deadline is December 1 or seven days after the final check, whichever comes first.

Prizes include national recognition, cash trips, and awards from sponsors. For more information about the contest and rules, please go to http://www.NCGA.com/Corn-Yield-Contest.

The National Corn Grower’s Association hosts a contest every year for corn growers to compete with their peers. The contest allows recognition for the winners and also provides opportunities for others to learn from them. The National Corn Yield Contest deadline is December 1 or seven days after the final check, whichever comes first.

Prizes include national recognition, cash trips, and awards from sponsors. For more information about the contest and rules, please go to http://www.NCGA.com/Corn-Yield-Contest.

The National Corn Grower’s Association hosts a contest every year for corn growers to compete with their peers. The contest allows recognition for the winners and also provides opportunities for others to learn from them. The National Corn Yield Contest deadline is December 1 or seven days after the final check, whichever comes first.

Prizes include national recognition, cash trips, and awards from sponsors. For more information about the contest and rules, please go to http://www.NCGA.com/Corn-Yield-Contest.

The National Corn Grower’s Association hosts a contest every year for corn growers to compete with their peers. The contest allows recognition for the winners and also provides opportunities for others to learn from them. The National Corn Yield Contest deadline is December 1 or seven days after the final check, whichever comes first.

Prizes include national recognition, cash trips, and awards from sponsors. For more information about the contest and rules, please go to http://www.NCGA.com/Corn-Yield-Contest.


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