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About Yield Contest

Showcasing Top Sorghum Yields Across the Nation

In 1985, there were more than 18 million acres of grain sorghum planted in the U.S. The National Sorghum Producers (NSP) Yield Contest was started to increase membership, and educate producers on new management techniques.

Today, the Yield Contest provides sorghum farmers with the opportunity to showcase their sorghum crop, competing with farmers across the Sorghum Belt. This contest allows our industry to recognize some of the best growers in the U.S. and helps farmers to grow and learn from one another.

Sorghum Yield Contest Hall of Fame Winners

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Sorghum Yield Contest Hall of Fame Winner Winter Johnston

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Sorghum Yield Contest Hall of Fame Winner Ki Gamble

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About Yield Contest

The 2021 NSP Yield Contest

NSP Registration

Contest Registration

Registration is now available for the 2021 Sorghum Yield Contest. Please use our online form, or you can fill out a .pdf form here. A complete list of rules is also available here. Email all entries and harvest reports to yieldcontest@sorghumgrowers.com.

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Contest Gala Sponsor

National Sorghum Producers Yeild Contest Awards

Contest Awards

NSP Yield Contest winners are recognized each year at an awards gala in conjunction with Commodity Classic, to be held in 2022 in New Orleans. They are also recognized in the spring edition of Sorghum Grower magazine, NSP’s weekly e-newsletter Sorghum Notes and on the NSP website.

Yield Contest

NSP Yield Contest 2020 Results