2015 Wisconsin Corn Hybrid Performance Trials

Grain – Silage – Specialty – Organic

Every year, the University of Wisconsin Extension-Madison and College of Agricultural and Life Sciences conduct a corn evaluation program, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Crop Improvement Association. The purpose of this program is to provide unbiased performance comparisons of hybrid seed corn available in Wisconsin. These trials evaluate corn hybrids for both grain and silage production performance. In 2015, grain and silage performance trials were planted at fourteen locations. Links to the full results reports follow.

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Go to the UW Hybrid Trial website

Situation: A one bushel increase by Wisconsin corn farmers increases farm income $8 to $32 million dollars depending upon corn price.

Objective: To provide unbiased performance comparisons of hybrid seed corn available in Wisconsin.

These results are a ”Consumer Report” for commercial corn hybrids. The trials evaluate grain, silage, and systems including organic, transgenic and refugia systems.

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