A Berlin, North Dakota farmer is a first-place state award winner in the National Corn Growers Association yield contest. Situated in the southeast part of the state, Steve Huber credits the success to advanced precision agriculture technology. “I’m pretty particular, wanting the corn planter tuned in as best as possible,” says Huber. “The variety I chose was a new 95-day one.” Huber’s winning entry was DEKALB DKC45 with a yield of 299 bushels per acre. “Dry down was actually better than some of my lower-day corn, and it was easy to harvest because the ears were higher up above much of the snow.” Listen to the RRFN interview.