SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – For the first time in the history of the South Dakota Soybean Yield Contest, three farmers submitted winning entries breaking the 100-bushel mark. Scott McKee, a farmer from Union County, took home Overall First Place in the South Dakota Soybean Yield Contest with his record-breaking soybean yield of 110.85 bushels per acre, breaking his previous record of 106.61 bushels per acre from last year’s contest. McKee planted Asgrow variety AG2733. Zachary McKee, a farmer from Union County, took home the Overall Second Place award with a soybean yield of 109.26 bushels per acre with Pioneer variety P25T51R. Tim Hofer, a farmer from Hutchinson County won first place in his category with a soybean yield of 104.83 bushels per acre. Hofer planted Legend variety 27R542N.
The South Dakota Soybean Association (SDSA) invites farmers to look to the future at the Twelfth Annual AgOutlook Conference & Trade Show on December 8 at the Ramkota Exhibit Hall in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Customers Invited to Biodiesel Grand Opening Event on Friday