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Curious: What do you consider “Fringe” and “Corn Belt”
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Kooiker
Posted 6/28/2020 19:58 (#8342211 - in reply to #8341878)
Subject: RE: Curious: What do you consider “Fringe” and “Corn Belt”



dt4020 - 6/28/2020 17:54 Id say anybody under 200 aph is fringe. Doesn't make them lesser in terms of cost per bushel, just strictly a production metric. So a pretty broad region. Corn belt would include E Neb, Far SE S Dak, S MN, IA, IL, IN. OH covers most of it imo.



I'm in Iowa and by that metric we have ground in the "corn belt" and ground in the "fringe".     Those acres are less than a mile apart and all in Iowa.


Contrary to popular belief (esp by absentee landlords), not every acre in Iowa is good corn ground.



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