Kansas farmer Ki Gamble produced the top yield, 215 bushels per acre, in the 2013 National Sorghum Producers annual yield and management contest.  Gambles’ winning production came in the Reduced-Till Irrigated category.

Farmers from 23 states entered to win this year’s contest. Producer yields are highlighted in 11 different categories.

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The national winners will be further recognized at Commodity Classic in San Antonio, Texas, on Feb. 28, 2014, at an awards dinner sponsored by Pioneer.

 

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