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Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: Goatkiller] #4111155
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Originally Posted by Goatkiller
Corn Estimate by County for the State of AL per USA released March 2024

Jackson County, AL:

2022
Planted - 23,900 acres
Harvested - 23,000 acres
Yeild Per Acre - 110.7
Bushel - 2,546,000

2023
Planted - 23,900
Harvested - 23.500
Yeild Per Acre - 164.3
Bushel - 3,860,000

110.7 + 164.3 = 275 / 2 = 137.5 bushel last 2 year average

Nobody is making numbers up but if there are any questions I guess get with 2Dogs since he knows a farmer.

2 tons of litter per acre I incorporate with the Chisel right after spreading but I did about 50 acres last year and didn't incorporate as a test and didn't see much difference on the yield monitor. Take that for what it's worth



Gotta throw out Skyline and Sand Mountain numbers. Fact, river bottoms out produce sandy, plateau top ground hands down , ain't even close. Danny will be planting in very good bottom ground.



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Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: Backwards cowboy] #4111182
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Originally Posted by Backwards cowboy




Making sure I understand you correctly, are you saying you noticed no difference in yields on the fields you put the litter on vs the fields you didn't?


I am talking about covering the litter I have a chisel plow with twisted shovels that will throw dirt over it and I've been doing that to keep the stink down and also thinking I wouldn't lose nitrogen. I didn't see much difference just broadcasting it and walking away other than the stank would gag a maggot for another week or so.


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Originally Posted by 2Dogs


Gotta throw out Skyline and Sand Mountain numbers. Fact, river bottoms out produce sandy, plateau top ground hands down , ain't even close. Danny will be planting in very good bottom ground.


That's great. I'm trying to help the guy. If you want to help him then maybe offer something up.


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Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: Goatkiller] #4111204
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Originally Posted by Goatkiller
Originally Posted by Backwards cowboy




Making sure I understand you correctly, are you saying you noticed no difference in yields on the fields you put the litter on vs the fields you didn't?


I am talking about covering the litter I have a chisel plow with twisted shovels that will throw dirt over it and I've been doing that to keep the stink down and also thinking I wouldn't lose nitrogen. I didn't see much difference just broadcasting it and walking away other than the stank would gag a maggot for another week or so.



That's interesting. I have been using litter on my pastures and on some of my produce fields. I too work it in on produce fields, and have not been getting the results I've expected. They say they changed the way they clean houses. And I've wondered if that makes a difference. I've been considering get a test done on some to just see, and I believe I will now for sure. There should have been a noticeable difference in yeild on corn, I would think

Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: Goatkiller] #4111207
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Originally Posted by Goatkiller
Originally Posted by 2Dogs


Gotta throw out Skyline and Sand Mountain numbers. Fact, river bottoms out produce sandy, plateau top ground hands down , ain't even close. Danny will be planting in very good bottom ground.


That's great. I'm trying to help the guy. If you want to help him then maybe offer something up.





Yeah, those estimated yields for passed years are helpful. rolleyes

Last edited by 2Dogs; 04/03/24 05:03 PM.


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Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: kyles] #4111211
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Danny , Goatkiller says I need to offer some real advice . Here ya go, go over and talk to our neighbors , the Chandler boys . I'd say they know more about growing corn in Jackson Co bottomland than anyone else , seeing how they farm more acres than anyone else.



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Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: kyles] #4111214
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Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: kyles] #4111235
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17-17-17 at planting. As others have said......sidedress once knee high with 34-0-0 if rain is coming in the near future. Otherwise you'll burn it. Finally....PRAY for all the rain you can get-----Corn is actually a "Grass" and LOVES Water.

Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: kyles] #4111255
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I use the nitrogen with the suffer added to it .

Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: kyles] #4111274
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If it's just for critters I don't put near as much fert of any kind as I would for a cash crop/feeding the family. The critters get it ALL not just left overs like they would on a working farm and munching on combine spit seems just fine to them. Saves a bunch of $$$.


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Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: trailertrash] #4111373
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Originally Posted by trailertrash
If it's just for critters I don't put near as much fert of any kind as I would for a cash crop/feeding the family. The critters get it ALL not just left overs like they would on a working farm and munching on combine spit seems just fine to them. Saves a bunch of $$$.



best to go on and spend that money .

Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: kyles] #4111432
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Don't plant corn. It's obviously destroying our deer herd in Alabama.


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Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: trailertrash] #4113034
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Originally Posted by trailertrash
If it's just for critters I don't put near as much fert of any kind as I would for a cash crop/feeding the family. The critters get it ALL not just left overs like they would on a working farm and munching on combine spit seems just fine to them. Saves a bunch of $$$.

Exactly right. It’s for dove don’t over think it! Fertilize it as much as you want/afford at planting and top dress it knee high before a rain with urea if ya can. Put down some Dual II Magnum after planting and spray it with RU and more Dual about boot high and call it a day.

Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: 2Dogs] #4113054
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Originally Posted by 2Dogs
Danny , Goatkiller says I need to offer some real advice . Here ya go, go over and talk to our neighbors , the Chandler boys . I'd say they know more about growing corn in Jackson Co bottomland than anyone else , seeing how they farm more acres than anyone else.
That would be the best thing to do. I planted a lot for duck hunters last year but I know they don’t plant anything 2 years in a row. These duck hunters next door wanted to move there dove field towards the bottoms where chandlers had corn last year. I just got in I want you to post a picture for me. To show Cnc the greatest destroyer of these bottoms got 3 today lol

Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: kyles] #4113055
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I plant corn but never 2 years in a row. They ain’t no use in heavily fertilizing a dove field

Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: Frankie] #4113064
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Originally Posted by Frankie
I use the nitrogen with the suffer added to it .

You can’t get nitrogen without sulfur in it . Keeps it from going boom

Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: kyles] #4113075
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What is urea? Never knew urea had sulfur in it. I know 33% is a mix of urea and Ammonium sufate.


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Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: kyles] #4113109
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Originally Posted by kyles
Originally Posted by Frankie
I use the nitrogen with the suffer added to it .

You can’t get nitrogen without sulfur in it . Keeps it from going boom


theres a difference . ask for it .

Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: kyles] #4113152
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I don’t understand what you mean. You can’t get pure ammonia nitrate in my area . Even the coop can’t get it anymore because of insurance want let them. I use to get a buggy full for food plots then save a bunch to mix aluminum powder with to blow beaver dams. This is legal it is exactly what you buy called tannerite.

Re: Corn planting need Cnc advise [Re: kyles] #4113435
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You thought about planting some popcorn too be easier for the Doves to eat

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