Missouri Soybean Yield Contest

The Missouri Soybean Association’s yield contest is an annual competition recognizing producers across the state who truly excel in soybean production based on their crop yields.

2017 Missouri Soybean Yield Contest Results
2017 Missouri Soybean Yield Contest Rules 

All contest entries must use soybean varieties available in the marketplace for Missouri. No experimental line(s) are eligible for Missouri’s soybean yield contest.

Winners in the district-level competitions compete for statewide recognition and additional prizes.

Thanks to the partnership of the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council and industry, top growers may receive a trip to the 2018 Commodity Classic in Anaheim, their own UAV – drone – and accessories, gift cards to Cabela’s and for biodiesel, as well as cash prizes.

Growers with yields of 100 bushels per acre or more receive additional prizes. If multiple entries hit the triple-digit mark, the highest of those yields will receive $1,000 in biodiesel or a $1,000 gift card to Cabela’s.

The contest recognizes winners in separate categories for irrigated and no-till growing methods. Entries must be from fields 10 acres or larger in size and located within the State of Missouri, and all participants must be at least 18 years of age. Each entry must be submitted on a separate entry form and accompanied by the $10 entry fee.

The overall winner of the irrigated contest is selected from all entrants who used irrigation on their crop, regardless of tillage practice. The overall winner of the non-irrigated contest is selected from among district winner(s) of the No-tillage and Tilled categories combined.

Prizes will be awarded during the Missouri Soybean Association’s district meetings and annual meeting. Winners are also recognized online and in Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine.