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David Hula is my sister's nephew,, so I am kinda related,,, :dunno:

I lived for years on the farm next to Renwood Farm, I knew them well.

They are very intense farmers,,, they have always had great results.


I think I will try for 53.2 bushels on a 1/10 acre plot next year,,, :laugh:

My sister's son and David have competed on corn production for decades,,,
 

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David Hula is my sister's nephew,, so I am kinda related,,, :dunno:

I lived for years on the farm next to Renwood Farm, I knew them well.

They are very intense farmers,,, they have always had great results.


I think I will try for 53.2 bushels on a 1/10 acre plot next year,,, :laugh:

My sister's son and David have competed on corn production for decades,,,
I also know the Hula's. They are great people as well as awesome farmers. I'll also say they farm some of the ground that has been farmed the longest in the United States as they are very close to Jamestown and Williamsburg as well as Richmond Va. I guess that almost 400 years of land in production qualifies as "sustainable".

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