2010 Peanut Profitability Winners

2010 Lower Southeast Winner, Al Sudderth

Micromanaging isn’t a bad thing when it comes to growing peanuts. Just ask Al Sudderth, who averaged 6,494 pounds per acre this past year...

2010 Upper Southeast Winner, Richard Rentz

Richard Rentz grows three different peanut crops — they’re all peanuts, but each is a little different....

2010 Southwest Winner, Rusty Strickland

Fungicides, a three-year rotation schedule, nitrogen fertilization and a soil-applied insecticide are investments that pay off with profitable peanut yields, says Collingsworth County, Texas, producer Rusty Strickland. ...

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