We’re out-standing in your field.

Since 1986, the Western New York Crop Management Association has worked with farmers across the region to increase their efficiency of crop input management and to bolster their environmental responsibility. Membership in the association has grown to include over 400 farms, comprising over 400,000 acres of consulted crop land.

 

Latest News

Corn Silage Test Plot 2018 Results Now Available

Posted Nov 5, 18 in Trial Results

The results of our Corn Silage variety test plot are now available at

https://testplot.azurewebsites.net/

This site also hosts results from all of our corn silage and grain trials dating back to 2012.

2012 Corn Trial Results

Posted Feb 3, 14 in Trial Results

2012Heavy.pdf
2012Light.pdf
2012Overview.pdf

2013 Corn Grain Trial Plots

Posted Jan 22, 14 in Trial Results

Here you will find the results of the first ever Grain Plot Trial.

DecemberNewsletter2013-1.pdf

2013 Corn Plot Trial Results

Posted Nov 8, 13 in Trial Results

Here are the 2013 Corn Plot Trial results.

HeavySoil.pdf
LightSoil.pdf
Overview.pdf

Newsletter
November2013.pdf

2009 WNYCMA Corn Silage Trial Results

Posted Nov 12, 09 in Trial Results

The 2009 corn silage trial results are now available.  The following files contain two different methods for viewing them.

The first is a copy of our newsletter containing summary information and a comparison between yields on well-drained and marginally-drained soils.
Corn Trial Newsletter

The second contains a more detailed breakdown of all information we recorded, including plot specific analysis and more specific information about variety performance in various drainage conditions.  If you are having trouble viewing this file be sure to set the display size in your pdf reader to 100%
Corn Trial Results

Corn Silage Yield and Digestibility Trial 2008

Posted Nov 4, 08 in Trial Results

Every dairy farmer knows the importance of maximizing milk production while controlling input costs.  One method of achieving these goals is to increase the amount of forage fed in the ration. In order to make this change high quality forages and high forage yields are necessary. With this in mind we performed a corn silage yield and digestibility trial to provide a non-biased evaluation of leading available corn varieties. 

Corn Trial 2007

Posted Dec 31, 07 in Trial Results

Corn Trial 2007 (pdf)