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David Hula Hit Another New Record Corn Yield With 623 BPA, Now Thinks 900 BPA Is Possible



A corn grower from Virginia is the reigning National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) National Corn Yield Contest champ, hitting a new national record yield of 623.8439 bu. per acre. David Hula, who's known for growing big yields, beat his previous record set in 2019. 


In 2019, the Charles City, Va., farmer set a national yield record at 616.8439 bu. per acre, and four years later, he moved the needle once again. Hula's win marks his 12th national high-yield victory and his fifth world corn yield record. 


Just how much more yield potential does Hula think is out there? If you ask him, he’ll tell you farmers might just be scratching the surface. 




December 18, 2023

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