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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.

  • Pencil Cob Corn

    Pencil Cob Corn

    75-100 days. This old-fashioned shoepeg corn produces long, thin ears with white kernels. A multipurpose corn, it can be eaten as a roasting or creaming corn in its milk stage and used for hominy, grits and cornmeal when left to dry...

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  • Hickory King White Corn

    Hickory King White Corn

    115 days. With its very large white kernels, Hickory King is a great roasting corn. It is also used for grits, cornmeal, and tortillas. It is especially good for hominy since the skins are easily removed by soaking.   Minimum of 80 seeds per...

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  • Reid's Yellow Dent Corn

    Reid's Yellow Dent Corn

    85-110 days.  Reid's Yellow Dent Corn is the most popular open-pollinated yellow corn in the US.  It is one of the hardiest and productive corns ever developed.  It is especially suited to the corn belt, but is adaptable to almost every...

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  • Hickory King Yellow Corn

    Hickory King Yellow Corn

    115 days. With its very large yellow kernels, Hickory King is a great roasting corn. It is also used for grits, cornmeal, and tortillas. It is especially good for hominy since the skins are easily removed by soaking.   Minimum of 80 seeds per...

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  • Lancaster Sure Crop Corn

    Lancaster Sure Crop Corn

    115 days.  An excellent yellow field corn, Lancaster Sure Crop was developed in the early 1900's by Isaac Hershey.  Most modern corns can trace itself back to Lancaster Sure Crop.  It has huge plants, 10-12 feet tall, with 10 inch long...

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