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Field corns are grown for cornmeal, corn nuts, or livestock feed.  These corns date back to the days when protein content was higher and flavor was valued.

  • Boone County Corn (Zea mays)

    Boone County Corn (Zea mays)

    Boone County Corn (Zea mays) A multi-purpose, high-yielding white field corn often used for cornmeal, stock feed, and silage. Produces huge, uniform ears measuring 9-11” 18-22 rows.   80 seeds minimum Germination: 7-10...

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  • Eureka Dent Corn (Zea mays)

    Eureka Dent Corn (Zea mays)

    Eureka Dent Corn (Zea mays) A rare, very old heirloom that yields 3-5 ears measuring 10-11" on each giant 18-20’ tall stalk. Heat tolerant and excellent for southern growers. A variety great for roasting, grinding, and silage. 100 seeds...

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  • Hickory King White Corn (Zea mays)

    Hickory King White Corn (Zea mays)

    Hickory King White Corn (Zea mays) With its extremely large yellow kernels, Hickory King is an exceptional roasting corn also used for grits, cornmeal, and tortillas. Because kernel skins are easily removed when soaked, it is a preferred for hominy...

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  • Hickory King Yellow Corn (Zea mays)

    Hickory King Yellow Corn (Zea mays)

    Hickory King Yellow Corn (Zea mays) With its very large yellow kernels, Hickory King is an exceptional roasting corn also used for grits, cornmeal, and tortillas. Because the kernel skins are easily removed by soaking, it is a preferred variety for...

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  • Pencil Cob Corn (Zea mays)

    Pencil Cob Corn (Zea mays)

    Pencil Cob Corn (Zea mays)  This rare heirloom from the southern states produces long, thin “shoepeg” ears loaded with yellow-white kernels. Delicious roasted or creamed at the milk stage; often used for hominy, grits, and cornmeal. A...

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  • Pencil Cob Corn (Zea mays)  - Bulk

    Pencil Cob Corn (Zea mays) - Bulk

    Pencil Cob Corn (Zea mays)  This rare heirloom from the southern states produces long, thin “shoepeg” ears loaded with yellow-white kernels. Delicious roasted or creamed at the milk stage; often used for hominy, grits, and cornmeal. A...

  • Reid’s Yellow Dent Corn (Zea mays)

    Reid’s Yellow Dent Corn (Zea mays)

    Reid’s Yellow Dent Corn (Zea mays) The most popular open-pollinated yellow corn in the US, Reid’s is well suited to the corn belt and mid-Atlantic region but adaptable to almost every state. A hardy, reliable variety producing 7’...

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