I have summarized the corn yields from the Columbia County Grain Corn Trials hosted by 83 Farms, LLC at a farm in Ellisville, FL. This local information helps our farmers, Extension, seed dealers, and seed industry to make better management decisions including hybrid selection, and responses of hybrids to particular field conditions and management practices. The grain trials were harvested on July 31, 2014. Grain moisture ranged from 14.5% to 16.1%. I have never seen corn ready to deliver around 15% moisture in July. Although this crop had two fungicide applications, we feel the severe Southern Corn Rust pressure led to early termination of the crop and rapid grain dry down. The corn plots consisted of 3 replications of each variety. Each plot was 6 rows wide by 750′ long. The yields in the attached graph were the average of the three plots. I have not completed statistical analysis to determine where significant differences exist. A special thanks to Kevin Phillips, Agronomist for Dupont-Pioneer for providing the weighing wagon on short notice. I hope you enjoy the video and thanks to the hard work of those who grew the great crop and those that helped collect the plot yields.