What Will The Average Corn Yield be in Ontario This Year?

The Ontario corn crop certainly started out with great potential. Then the rain petered out. Pockets of the corn growing region received showers, but by late July, we were already talking about how big a bite the drought was taking out of yield.

We’ll know in a few week’s time as the corn harvest gears up, but we asked a smattering of farmers at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, held in early September, where they thought the corn crop would end up —   100 bushels an acre? 175? 150? What do you think?

Check out this installment of Talking to Farmers to hear what they had to say.

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