Auguring the corn


Corn is being augured into grain storage bins, held on farms and delivered to grain buyers at a later date. According to the Census, Sampson County is ranked 6th in the state for corn used for grain and 7th for overall corn production. Sampson harvests some 33,814 acres of corn grain each year, with a yield of 110 bushels per acre. The county harvests some 900 acres of corn for silage yielding 14 tons per acre.


Corn is being augured into grain storage bins, held on farms and delivered to grain buyers at a later date. According to the Census, Sampson County is ranked 6th in the state for corn used for grain and 7th for overall corn production. Sampson harvests some 33,814 acres of corn grain each year, with a yield of 110 bushels per acre. The county harvests some 900 acres of corn for silage yielding 14 tons per acre.

Corn is being augured into grain storage bins, held on farms and delivered to grain buyers at a later date. According to the Census, Sampson County is ranked 6th in the state for corn used for grain and 7th for overall corn production. Sampson harvests some 33,814 acres of corn grain each year, with a yield of 110 bushels per acre. The county harvests some 900 acres of corn for silage yielding 14 tons per acre.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Corn2.jpgCorn is being augured into grain storage bins, held on farms and delivered to grain buyers at a later date. According to the Census, Sampson County is ranked 6th in the state for corn used for grain and 7th for overall corn production. Sampson harvests some 33,814 acres of corn grain each year, with a yield of 110 bushels per acre. The county harvests some 900 acres of corn for silage yielding 14 tons per acre.
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