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2021 Seed Catalog

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A TRULY INDEPENDENT SEED COMPANY FAMILY OWNED ESTABLISHED IN 1963 2021 CONVENTIONAL AND ORGANIC SEED DAKOTA S BEST SEED 36656 SD HYW 44 PLATTE SD 57369 www DakotasBestSeed com 605 337 3318

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2021 WELCOME HISTORY A seed company growing from small beginnings 2020 Dakota s Best Seed DenBesten Brand Seed campus Platte SD MESSAGE FROM THE OWNER 2021 Season is Here I want to take this time to thank you for your business and loyalty in the past and give a sincere thank you in advance for your business and loyalty in the year ahead of us Continuing to work together and teaming up when we can will help ensure all of us will be here and successful both in 2021 and in the coming seasons As we enter the 2021 season I want to introduce you to some new services we are now offering to our customers 1 Organic Farm TEAM Training Engagement Advancement and Marketing We have assembled a team of experts to offer our organic customers access to organic transitional training seed varieties crop fertility advice products access to evolving grain markets and specialized organic crop insurance experts While focusing on organic our experts on he TEAM can help all producers organic transitional and conventional See page 4 Case CG and Lowell DenBesten started cleaning their own grass seed on Case s farm East of Platte SD in 1962 They probably never imagined that farmers would someday be asking them to clean their seed for them C G DenBesten Founder Case who originally founded then DenBesten Seed Co in Platte died in 1991 His sons Dennis DenBesten who passed away in 1995 and Lowell DenBesten continued on with the growing business 2 Crop Fertility and Soil Amendment Products We are now offering products from Andersons Douglas Plant Health and others most of which are OMRI approved for use in organic and conventional production New to our team Drew Foster a true soil health expert will be your primary contact for all these products Give Drew a call at 1 402 961 0160 and he will be your guide in putting a fertility package together that works on YOUR farm See page 5 3 Crop Insurance Dakota s Best Seed has partnered with Northbourne Crop Insurance Agency This partnership offers you direct access to experts in the organic and conventional crop insurance field Megan Vaith will be your agent and contact to guide you in building a tailor made crop insurance plan that will fit your farm and operation Call Megan to discuss your options 605 660 9527 See ad page 5 4 DenBesten Brand Seed Corn While not new we are improving all the time and have expanded our line up with more early and late varieties that have produced great results See pages 23 40 Don t hesitate to call our office with any questions We look forward to hearing from you Todd DenBesten President Owner MISSION To provide top quality seed varieties and products to our customers To offer these products at a fair price To offer a high level of professionalism in servicing what we provide To keep the well being of our customers a top priority and to diligently do our best for their well being To always remember that we are called to be good stewards of what we have been blessed with Above all to honor God and to glorify his son Jesus Christ in all that we do To always be mindful that we and this company are put in this marketplace for a purpose much greater than ourselves and to put that first and foremost in our attitudes and actions 2 1970 Lowell Dennis DenBesten dumping cans of seed screenings from mill Lowell s son Todd daughter Tonja granddaughter Jordan and their families carry on the business today now known as Dakota s Best Seed and DenBesten Brand Seed WHO WE ARE Our unending wish as a company is that each person we interact with on whatever level would feel served satisfied and blessed in each interaction they have with our companies its employees and the products we offer 1 We are a family owned and operated company since 1962 2 We offer personal service and a quality product to help you be successful on your farm 3 Our company and the people you will deal with everyday in our companies have a focus on and are committed to regenerative sustainable agriculture and farming practices 4 We believe regenerative organic farming will continue to be a growing segment of agriculture and we are committed to its growth and success 2020 Lowell Todd DenBesten analyzing seed heads to determine quality and if it is time to harvest We are proud to be a family owned business and look forward to providing you quality products

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2021 WELCOME NEW FOR 2021 CONTENTS Introduction 2 Shipping and Terms 3 TRUSTED PARTNERS Organic Farm TEAM 4 Crop Fertility Products 5 Northbourne Crop Insurance 5 NON GMO SEED Alfalfa 6 7 Clover 8 KWS Hybrid Rye 9 Forages Forage Blends 10 Hay Millet 11 Hybrid Pearl Millet 11 Sorghum Millet 11 Hybrid Sorghum Sudan Grass 12 Hybrid Sudan Grass 12 Hybrid Forage Sorghum 13 Hybrid Grain Sorghum 13 Cover Crop Blends 14 Cover Crops 15 Wildlife Food Plot Seed 15 Tame Grasses 16 17 Kernza 17 Pasture and Hay Mixes 18 Tame Grass Guide 18 Lawn Grass 18 CRP Seed 18 Pollinators 18 Native Grasses 19 ORGANIC SEED Organic Product List 20 Organic Soybeans 20 Organic Wapsie Valley Corn 20 Organic Alfalfa Guide 21 Organic Grass 22 Organic Pasture and Hay Mixes 22 DENBESTEN SEED CORN Organic Corn Hybrids 24 25 Conventional Corn Hybrids 26 27 Floury Leafy Silage 27 Plot Data 28 38 Hybrid Comparison Chart 39 Organic Farm TEAM 4 Organic Farm TEAM Summit 4 Organic Transitional Training Fridays on the Farm 4 Dakota s Best Seed crop fertility products Organic and conventional 5 Northbourne Organic and Conventional Crop Insurance 5 KWS Hybrid Rye Trusted partner 9 NEW Sorghum and Sudangrass hybrids 12 13 NEW Kernza South Dakota Grown 17 Organic Soybeans Food grade potential 20 Organic Wapsie Valley Corn 20 NEW DenBesten Brand 2021 seed corn hybrids 23 39 2021 TERMS Ordering Seed Call or email into our office or call your local dealer to place your seed order and to determine availability of seed requested When calling our office we will place your order or determine if there is a dealership near you and connect you with them if applicable Shipping Fees We will work together with you to determine the best and most economical shipping method When ordering from our office we will determine if there is a dealership near you and your order can be shipped directly to your dealer for pick up or delivery to your farm by your dealer If no dealership is near you we will ship direct to your door Seed can always be picked up by you at our Platte SD location Shipping cost will be charged at carrier rate FREE Shipping Over 3 500 Purchases being delivered direct to you or to your dealer will qualify for FREE shipping when your total order of seed corn alfalfa grasses and cover crops exceeds 3 500 00 Free shipping will be available to areas covered by Spee Dee Delivery services only Grains are not included in the free shipping offer Replant Policy If you have an early season crop loss on corn alfalfa or sorghum you may be eligible for replant seed We will provide replant seed of the same species of seed at a 50 discount off the full retail price Seed variety may not be the same as your first planting Best available seed variety will be used when applicable Alfalfa planted June 1 through August 1 or after September 1 will not have replant discounts available Shipping will be invoiced at carrier rate Return Policy Spring seeded species may be returned until July 1 or 30 days from the date of invoice whichever is greater For fall seeded crops 30 days from date of invoice No returns after that date We will not accept returns of opened broken dirty bags discounted varieties custom mixes or grains of any kind For direct buyers the cost of returning seed to our warehouse in Platte SD will be at buyer s expense The value of any seed accepted for return will be credited to your account for future purchases This credit can be used on any seed we offer and will never expire Payment Terms Check credit card or cash are accepted methods of payment Payment must be received in full prior to shipment or at pickup To receive early prepay discounts payments must be received by the cutoff date listed Packaging Options Seed corn alfalfa and cover crop seed may be available in mini bulk bags or pro boxes Grains can be available in mini bulk bags To have your seed guaranteed to be packaged in mini bulk bags or pro boxes seed needs to be ordered prior to Dec 15 There will be a refundable charge of 500 per pro box All catalog products and prices are subject to change and availability All prices and quotes are FOB Platte SD unless specified FREE SHIPPING Free shipping on retail seed purchases over 3 500 utilizing SpeeDee Delivery Service grains excluded Call for details Quality packaging ensures your bags arrive in good condition 1 3 day delivery Shipping method and delivery time determined by location 3

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TRUSTED PARTNERS OUR MISSION Supporting organic growers through training engagement advancement marketing B eing a trusted partner is the most important goal of our organization We seek to support empower and provide high quality resources to our organic farm community www OrganicFarmTEAM com Join Us 25 Speakers Panelists Exhibitors Equipment Friday Night Social with Dinner FREE bowling FREE Organic Transition Class Virtual Conversation Series Our weekly webinars cover a wide variety of topics with guest speakers that cover topics important to the organic farm community OrganicFarmTeam Organic Resources for Changing Times Friday Saturday March 5 6 2021 Registration schedule and recordings at www OrganicFarmTEAM com Considering Organic Transition Need help with inspections Dakota s Best Seed Community Center Platte SD 65 Event 15 Friday Night Social with Dinner Bowling In Person or Virtual Attendance Registration agenda and updates online at www OrganicFarmTEAM com 4 Contact TheTeam OrganicFarmTEAM com or 605 682 0006 with questions or for phone registration Ask about Fall 2021 Summit Whether assistance is needed setting up a record keeping system and understanding the process or comprehensive assistance including agronomy and approved input selection is desired our Organic Production Protocol Manager can help you Contact Mae Petrehn at 605 682 0006 or email Mae OrganicFarmTEAM com

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TRUSTED PARTNERS FERTILITY SOIL HEALTH The Dakota s Best Seed team now includes fertility and soil health products and services to help maximize your crop production both yield and quality Another benefit is efficiency because sufficient and balanced nutrients are taken up more efficiently by both the crop plants and the soil microbes Our goal for our producers is constant improvement in their fields plus providing opportunities in organic markets that demand the highest in quality How do we accomplish constant improvement We work within the natural systems in your soil the way God created them to work Soil health is the key Healthy soil is home to an innumerable army of workers both micro and macro which we can modify add to provide cover for and feed through various inputs and cultural practices We put that army to work for you We can help you with your planning with initial field visits soil testing and more In season field visits are critical for observations that include tissue analyses evaluating progress and discovering where to make future improvements And we evaluate yields both quantity and quality against the inputs and practices In other words our team strives to be a worthy part of your team for your success long term Yield Quality Input Efficiency Greater Profit BEAUVERIA BASSIANA Formulated as SPE 120 and available liquid or dry Beauveria bassiana is a naturally occurring endophytic fungus that lives in the soil roots stems leaves and fruit of your crop providing benefits including immune system stimulation plant pathogen reduction reduced mycotoxins in grain and increased resistance to insect feeders SP 1TM SP 1TM is a diverse mix of microbes known to build soil biology The SP 1TM formula is a liquid that supplies the soil with a proprietary blend of beneficial microbes to support a balanced and healthy soil We have observed improved soil quality both biological and physical tilth as well as increased yields BLACK GYPSUM DG Black Gypsum DG provides a convenient means for applying calcium sulfur and carbon in humate form DG stands for dispersible granules a dry spreadable formulation that readily disperses into micro particles when hit by moisture We see improved root development plant nutrient uptake and phosphorus stability The combined influences of calcium and soil microbe stimulation can relieve compaction For more information or to schedule a farm visit contact J Drew Foster Fertility and Soil Health Specialist 402 961 0160 Drew DakotasBestSeed com Organic Conventional Policies Contract Pricing Whole Farm Revenue Protection Pasture Rangeland and Forage Personalized Farm Assessment Private and Supplemental Products Multi State Licensed Is your farm protected for future generations Now is the time to make sure you have the crop insurance policy that best suits your operation Northbourne Organic Crop Insurance 605 660 9527 5

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ALFALFA NON GMO Dakota s Best Alfalfa Dakota s Best Seed offers alfalfa varieties proven and well suited to the upper Midwest Withstanding the tough dry hard winter conditions Whenever possible our seeds are grown produced cleaned and packaged in South Dakota to help insure adaptability and toughness The quality of the seeds we offer is top notch and Dakota s Best Seed will never offer you a second rate product while offering you a value price WATER TOLERANT BRANCH ROOT TRAFFIC TOLERANT DEEP SET CROWN DAIRY QUALITY FORAGE DB Heavyweight DB AquaMaxx High forage yielding alfalfa with high expression of branch rootedness This branch root help will keep more of the roots higher in the soil profile It is protected by a broad base of pest resistance including resistance to Aphanomyces Root Rot Races 1 2 and 3 Forage Yield Excellent forage yield potential in both well drained and wet soils Forage Quality Good for quality for both dairy and beef Agronomics Solid pest resistance package DRI 35 35 FD 4 2 WS 1 8 Seed Bred from Non GMO genetics Treatment Nitragin Gold while supplies last EXCELLENT YIELDS DB Husky Supreme DB Husky Supreme Deep set crown high forage yielding alfalfa The deep set crown helps tolerate wheel and animal traffic Upright growth habit for both grazing and forage harvest It is protected by a wide base of pest resistance Forage Yield Very high Forage yield capabilities Forage Quality Delivers both dairy and beef quality forage Agronomics High resistance to Aphanomyces Races 1 and 2 DRI 35 35 FD 4 0 WS 1 6 Seed Bred from Non GMO genetics Treatment Nitragin Gold while supplies last SALT TOLERANT DB Heavyweight DB Heavyweight delivers dairy quality forage over a 28 35 day harvest window The high quality attributes are supported by a very high yield capability Forage Yield Very high forage yield capabilities Forage Quality 28 35 day harvest window High RFQ and NDFd scores Dairy quality forage Agronomics Broad Spectrum of pest resistance DRI 34 35 FD 4 2 WS 1 8 Seed Bred from Non GMO genetics Treatment Nitragin Gold while supplies last GREAT VALUE Competitor DB Husky Supreme is an aggressive high quality alfalfa variety It delivers excellent forage yield potential and excellent persistence Forage Yield Excellent forage yield potential Forage Quality Consistent dairy quality forage Harvest on an aggressive cutting schedule Agronomics Solid pest resistance package DRI 33 35 FD 4 8 WS 1 0 Seed Bred from Non GMO genetics Treatment Nitragin Gold while supplies last 6 DB Rush Hour Competitor DB Preserve Salt tolerant alfalfa It is productive in both saline and highly productive soils The salt tolerance of DB Preserve can help reclaim saline soils It is protected by a strong disease resistance package Forage Yield High forage yield capabilities Forage Quality Delivers both dairy and beef quality forage Agronomics High Resistance to Aphanomyces Races 1 and 2 DRI 30 30 FD 4 0 WS 1 8 Seed Bred from Non GMO genetics Treatment Nitragin Gold while supplies last DB Gold Rush DB Gold Rush is a proven variety over years on thousands of acres Fine stemmed and leafy it is very adaptable to variable or marginal soil types Forage Yield Very good quality hay with fast recovery Forage Quality Very good forage quality Agronomics FD 3 0 WS 2 0 Seed Bred from Non GMO genetics Treatment Nitragin Gold while supplies last

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ALFALFA NON GMO ALFALFA GUIDE Dakota Grown Grazing Travois or Grazing Teton Creeping and spreading type Very good for grazing or haying Non bloating type Expect a long stand life expectancy 4 6 years or more mixed with a grass Combines with grass for hay or pasture very well Economical option for a grazing alfalfa Plant 12 20 lbs per acre Pre inoculated with Nitragin Gold while supplies last Dakota Grown Vernal Standard still measured against today Finest stemmed alfalfa out there Good yields Medium term stand life expectancy 3 4 years Economical option Plant 12 20 lbs per acre Pre inoculated with Nitragin Gold while supplies last Dakota Grown Common Very tough and durable Very winter hardy Excellent quality hay Strong yield Medium term stand life expectancy 3 5 years Economical option Plant 12 20 lbs per acre Pre inoculated with Nitragin Gold while supplies last DRI FD WS Aphanomyces WATER TOLERANT BRANCH ROOT High expression of branch rootedness Excellent forage yield potential in both well drained and wet soils Good for quality for both dairy and beef 35 35 4 2 1 8 1 2 3 TRAFFIC TOLERANT WITH DEEPSET CROWN that helps tolerate wheel and animal traffic High forage yielding alfalfa Upright growth habit for grazing and forage Wide base pest resistance 35 35 DAIRY QUALITY FORAGE over 28 35 day harvest window The high quality attributes are supported by reduced lignin High RFQ and NDFd scores 34 35 DB Husky Supreme EXCELLENT YIELDS Aggressive high quality alfalfa variety Excellent forage yield potential and persistence Consistent dairy quality Solid pest resistance Harvest on aggressive schedule 33 35 DB Preserve SALT TOLERANT ALFALFA Productive in both saline and highly productive soils High forage yield capability for both dairy and beef quality forage Product Description DB AquaMaxx Organic Available DB Rush Hour DB Heavyweight DB Gold Rush Dakota Grown Travois Grazing Creeping Organic Available Dakota Grown Vernal Organic Available Dakota Grown VNS Common Organic Available Ask About Contract Alfalfa Seed Production PROVEN VARIETY over years on thousands of acres Fine stemmed and leafy very adaptable to variable or marginal soil types Good quality hay forage with fast recovery CREEPING AND GRAZING TYPE Very good for grazing or haying Non bloating 4 6 year long stand life Longer life and good pasture mixed with grass or hay VERY TOUGH AND DURABLE Very winter hardy with excellent quality hay and strong yield Finest stemmed alfalfa out there Medium term stand life of 3 4 years Economical option VERY WINTER HARDY Grown in the Dakota s Good for medium term rotations with good quality hay 3 cut system Economical option Traffic Tolerant Inoculated Nitragin Gold OMRI APPROVED 4 0 1 6 1 2 X Nitragin Gold OMRI APPROVED 4 2 Nitragin Gold 1 8 OMRI APPROVED 4 8 Nitragin Gold 1 0 OMRI APPROVED 30 30 4 0 1 8 Nitragin Gold 1 2 OMRI APPROVED 3 Nitragin Gold 2 0 OMRI APPROVED 2 2 X Nitragin Gold OMRI APPROVED 2 2 Nitragin Gold OMRI APPROVED 2 2 Nitragin Gold OMRI APPROVED Organic Alfalfa Page 21 Alfalfa Planting Guide Broadcast Planting Rate 16 20 lbs per acre Drilled Planting Rate 12 20 lbs per acre Planting Depth 1 4 to 1 2 inch Spring Planting April 15 June 1 Late Summer Aug 1 Sept 1 7

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CLOVER NON GMO FOR PASTURES Ladino Clover Perennial 8 12 inches in height Pollinator usage is high Excellent pasture Combines well with grasses Highly palatable and high in protein Very attractive to deer Plant 8 12 lbs per acre SUMMER ANNUAL Crimson Clover Summer annual Used for cover crop hay pasture Rapid regrowth Grows on tough marginal soils Plant early spring to early fall Inoculation is recommended Widely used in cover crop mixtures Non bloating but introduce slowly when seeded alone Plant 8 12 lbs per acre Organic Clover Page 20 8 SALT TOLERANT Aslike Clover Perennial Short lived small rooted Generally blooms from May to August Flower is light pink to white eventually turns brown once mature Prefers a cooler and wetter climate than red clover tolerates acidic and alkaline soils Can cause photo sensitization in horses Plant 8 12 lbs per acre TRAFFIC TOLERANT White Dutch Clover Perennial Shorter tap rooted This clover will creep from where it is planted Flowering occurs from June to September Flowers are a white or pinkish color that turn brown with maturity White clover is commonly found along waterways throughout the Great Plains Plant 8 12 lbs per acre WET SOIL TOLERANT Medium Red Clover Biennial Expect 2 cuttings of hay per year Tolerates acidic soils Medium red clover is a widely grown clover in the northern 2 3 of the United States Plant 8 12 lbs per acre N FIXING PLOW DOWN Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover Biennial Yellow blossom Grows to over 5 feet in height unless moisture is limited The first year growth produces a rosette of leaves in the second year flowering stems will arise Yellow blossom tends to be shorter and an earlier maturity than white blossom Sweet clover can be a great option for mixing with grasses Provides nitrogen that can increase vigor and production Plant 8 12 lbs per acre

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HYBRID RYE NON GMO Seeding Guide and Planting Recommendations Seeding time Wait to plant in fall until soil temperature is below 59 F 15 C This planting window will vary depending on region For most of regions late July through October depending on fall grazing and management opportunities Seeding rate 0 8 units per acre 1 unit 1 million viable seeds Weight of a unit can vary according to germination rate and grain weight Weight of a unit is provided on the bag Seeding rate of 800 000 viable seeds per acre Seeding depth 0 8 in 2 cm Row spacing 7 8 in 18 20 cm is preferred This seeding rate and row spacing will maximize emergence and allow for even tillering This is critical for crop quality and maximum yields KWS Hybrid Rye Dakota s Best Seed is proud to offer KWS Hybrid Rye to our customers KWS concentrates on developing high yielding quality hybrid rye varieties Simultaneously they focus on consulting and supporting customers in production and livestock feeding Hybrid rye is a high energy nutrient dense feedstuff that provides high quality soluble fibers critical to animal health and performance Higher yields superior disease and pest resistance suitability for a wide range of end uses and improved performance in adverse conditions are all key criteria KWS seeks to establish in their Hybrid Rye varieties Growers can be assured that KWS Hybrid Rye varieties have been developed using the same professional competences applied across all their breeding teams KWS provides the most reliable innovative and market leading selections available tailored and tested for your local conditions and region Why Hybrid Rye Higher yields with a wide range of end uses Superior disease and pest resistance with improved performance Gut Health shown to offer non nutritive health benefits in swine Profit Potential opportunity for implementing new cropping systems Risk management diversifies risk compared to planting only spring crops Workload management allows management of more acres with similar labor Environmental management uses less water than other cereals Soil Health Improves soil health by reducing erosion and nutrient leaching Harvesting for Silage High protein silage Should be cut on flag leaf early ear Harvested in late May will vary based on region Lower tonnage but higher quality silage To achieve optimal moisture for packing rye should be windrowed and allowed to dry to desired moisture 65 prior to chopping and packing Earlier harvest date provides the potential for implementing a double cropping system Whole plant silage High yielding should be cut on milky to light dough stage Harvest in early June will vary based on region higher tonnage while still maintaining quality Fields should be monitored daily when approaching milky stage Plants mature quickly at this time and proper management is essential for optimal yield and quality Harvesting flexibility for nutrient production and management needs Harvesting for Grain Hybrid rye seed must be fed or marketed and cannot be saved and replanted Direct cut whenever possible windrowing and then harvesting leads to yield loss and challenges with volunteer hybrid rye Hybrid rye is ready for harvest and stable for bin storage at 14 5 moisture 9

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FORAGES FORAGE BLENDS NON GMO CUSTOM FORAGE BLENDS Crimson Clover Forage Oats Magda 4010 Forage Peas Forage Oats Excellent yield and quality Forage testing has indicated a higher yield and feed quality at a lower cost than oats peas blend Economical pre mixed at 10 clover and 90 oats Plant 60 lbs per acre Our custom blend of 60 Magda 4010 peas and 40 oats will give you outstanding yield potentials This forms a great forage and will make an outstanding hay or silage Suggested cutting time is when peas are setting peas in the pods Do not wait until the peas are fully set as you will lose protein when they become brittle Plant 80 100 lbs acre OATS VARIETY Type Yieldability Forage Yield State of Origin Year of Release Color of Grain Test Weight Maturity Plant Height Standability Red Leaf Smut Stem Rust Crown Rust Protein PVP Certified Beta Gene Gran High Fair WI 2012 Yellow Good Med Med Good MR R MR R Med High Yes Certified Deon Forage Grain Very High High MN 2012 Yellow Good Med Late Tall Good MR R MS MR Med High Yes Certified Goliath Forage Grain High High SD 2012 White Good Late Tall Good MR R R MS Med High Yes Certified Hayden Forage Grain Very High High SD 2014 White Good Med Late Tall Good R R MS MS Med Yes Jerry Oats Forage Grain Good Good ND 1994 White Good Med Med Good MR S MS S Med High No PEAS Type Yieldability Forage Yield Nitrogen Fixation Grow Color of Grain Test Weight Maturity Plant Height Standability Drought Tolerance Grazing Potential Planting Time Use in Mixes Frost Tolerant PVP Austrian Winter Cover Crop Forage Good Good Very Good Very Fast Green Brown Good Early 2 4 Ft Fair Very Good Poor Early Fall Very Good Yes No Windham Winter Cover Crop Forage Good Good Very Good Very Fast Pale Green Good Early 2 3 Ft Fair Very Good Good Early Fall Very Good Excellent No Forage Good High Good Fast Brown Black Good Early 3 4 Ft Poor Poor Fair Poor Very Early Spring Very Good Fair No VARIETY Magda 4010 BARLEY Head Type Plant Height Grain Yield Straw Strength Usage Awn Type PVP Hays Forage Barley 2 Row Tall Low Good Forage Awnless No Certified Rasmusson 6 Row Med Short High Very Good Malting Feed Smooth Awned Yes Certified ND Genesis 2 Row Med High Good Feed Malting Smooth Awned Yes VARIETY SPRING WHEAT VARIETY Origin Plant Height Grain Yield Test Weight Leaf Rust Stem Rust Scab Baking Quality Protein Straw Strength Maturity Beards PVP Certified Bolles MN Med High Avg R NA MS Excellent High Good Med Yes Yes Cert Boost Wheat SD Med High Med High MS NA MS Avg Avg Good Med Yes Yes PVP or PVP Title V to be sold by variety name only as a class of Certified Seed No grain may be sold whether cleaned or bin run at anytime as seed without proper seed certification 1 Seed must meet minimum quality specs set by SDSU 2 Proper documentation sales reports and royalty fees must be submitted to SDSU Any grain sold as seed without these steps taken with SDSU can be subject to fines and penalties You can plant your own seed on your own farm however 10

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MILLET SORGHUM NON GMO HAY MILLET HYBRID PEARL MILLET Siberian Foxtail Millet Golden German Foxtail Millet Hay production and grazing Fine stem Can reach approximately 3 5 ft in height Hay in about 50 55 days cut when head is emerging from boot Best emergence when planted after soil temp reaches 60 Hybrid Pearl Millet Hay production grazing Shorter variety can reach 3 ft in height Very fine stemmed Earlier maturing Ready to cut in 40 50 days Extremely hardy and drought resistant Hay haylage silage summer pasture Safe for horses High leaf to stem ratio High quality feed Good drought tolerance Excellent summer pasture SORGHUM MILLET Type Maturity Rec Soil Temp Re growth Plant Height Stalk Size Days to Grazing Days to Silage Hay Plant Rate Row Plant Rate Drilled Hybrid Forage Medium Late 60 Degrees None 8 9 ft Medium After Freeze 70 90 Days 8 10 lb a 12 15 lb a Hybrid Forage BMR Dwarf Brachytic Medium 60 Degrees None 6 7 ft Thick After Freeze 80 90 Days 8 10 lb a 10 12 lb a PRODUCT Sorghum Forage Hybrid Bundle Chop Ranch King BMR Sorghum Sudangrass Hybrid Sorgo Sugar BMR Sorghum Sudangrass BMR Late 60 Degrees Excellent 3 8 ft Fine 45 60 Days 50 65 Days N A 18 25 lb a Cow Chew Sorghum Sudangrass Medium 60 Degrees Very Good 3 8 ft Fine 45 60 Days 50 65 Days N A 18 25 lb a Kattle Kandy BMRDW Sorghum Sudangrass BMR Dwarf Brachytic Medium 60 Degrees Excellent 3 6 ft Fine 45 60 Days 50 65 Days N A 18 25 lb a Sudangrass BMR Dry Stalk Medium 60 Degrees Excellent 3 8 ft Very Fine 45 60 Days 50 65 Days N A 20 30 lb a Grain Millet Medium 60 Degrees Fair 2 4 ft Coarse 35 40 Days 50 60 Days N A 20 25 lb a Forage Millet Medium 60 Degrees Good 3 7 ft Fine 45 60 Days 50 65 N A 20 30 lb a Golden German Foxtail Hay Millet Medium 60 Degrees Poor 3 5 ft Fine 50 55 Days 40 50 Days N A 20 30 lb a Siberian Foxtail Hay Millet Early 60 Degrees Poor 3 ft Very Fine 40 50 Days 35 50 Days N A 20 30 lb a Sudangrass Hybrid SudX BMRDS Millet Grain Type White Proso Huntsman or Sunrise Millet Hybrid Pearl Hybrid Pearl Millet Millet Hay 11

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SORGHUM SUDAN GRASS NON GMO HYBRID SORGHUM SUDAN GRASS Order Early High Demand Kattle Kandy BMRDW BMR 6 Hybrid Sorghum Sudangrass for excellent digestibility Dwarf Brachytic gene for excellent standability Very fine stemmed Excellent for haying chopping summer pasture Fast recovery High yields Plant 20 30 per acre when soil temps reach 60 degrees Safened seed only Cow Chew Sweet fine stemmed sorghum sudan Great for grazing green chop or hay Economical Extremely fast regrowth Very palatable and nutritious Should be planted in a firm seed bed once the soil has reached around 60 degrees Note Horses should not be fed sorghum sudan grass hybrids Untreated seed available SorgoSugar BMR Fine stemmed type excellent forage BMR provides low amounts of lignin very digestible Excellent recovery after cutting or grazing very quick regrowth Photo period sensitive for extended growth Very palatable sweet stalks Great for grazing haying green chop Safened seed only HYBRID SUDAN GRASS Order Early High Demand SudX BMRDS BMR 6 for high digestibility Dry stalk trait for fast dry down and hay curing time Very leafy Super fine stemmed Excellent for haying and summer pasture Very good drought tolerance Fast recovery after haying or grazing Plant 20 30 per acre when soil temps reach 60 degrees Safened seed only 12 TAKE YOUR FORAGE

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FORAGE GRAIN SORGHUM NON GMO HYBRID FORAGE SORGHUM HYBRID GRAIN SORGHUM Order Early High Demand DB118FGW Milo Ranch King BMR Dwarf Brachytic Hybrid Forage Sorghum Excellent Standability 6 7 ft tall High grain content BMR 6 for high digest ability Top of the line silage product Plant to mid bloom is about 80 days Plant 8 12 per acre when soil temps reach 60 degrees Safened seed only White food grade grain Very good yield Excellent standability Very stress and drought tolerant Uniform plants Medium Early maturity 60 Days to mid bloom Very good drydown Seed available as untreated or safened DB121R Milo Bundle Chop Good tonnage Sweet stalks Hay or winter pasture Good drought tolerance 8 9 ft tall Red grain Very high yields Very good standability Stress and drought tolerant Uniform plants Medium Early maturity 58 days to mid bloom Good drydown Type C greenbug tolerant Seed available in safened seed only TO THE NEXT LEVEL 13

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COVER CROP BLENDS NON GMO COVER CROP BLENDS HyGain Grazer Contains a wide variety of different annuals for a great pasture all summer long Optimum planting time when soil reaches 55 degrees or higher HyGain has a fast stand establishment Can begin grazing when crop is about 12 18 tall Remove livestock to allow regrowth after height is reduced to about 5 6 tall Long window for planting and usage Excellent animal performance will be realized Minimal input costs Crop will respond to adequate fertility Recommended planting rate when drilled is 10 12 lb acre when broadcast this blend should be planted at 15 lb acre HyGain Grazer is a combination of Purple Top Turnips Radish Millet Sorghum Sudangrass Rape Seed Annual Ryegrass Crimson Clover Common Vetch Eco Graze Plus Economical new and improved 4 way mixture Will provide fast growth and ground cover Good for grazing and holding soil through the winter Good weed suppression Should winter will with normal winter conditions Plant 7 10 lbs per acre Eco Graze is an equal combination of Radish Turnips Rape and Common Vetch Beef Builder Fall Grazing Blend A special blend formulated to do everything you need for a late cover crop option Great soil compaction breaker Builds organic matter and nitrogen Excellent palatability Quick establishment and growth with adequate rain Perfect for prevented planting acres Built to pasture AFTER A KILLING FROST to reduce nitrates All components should winter kill in a normal winter Plant when you still have 45 days of growth potential Recommended planting rate of 10 12 per acre Beef Builder is a combination of Purple Top Turnips Radish Rape Crimson Clover Lentils Forage sorghum 14

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COVER CROPS NON GMO COVER CROPS Erosion Reduction Organic Matter Capture Nutrients Nitrogen Fixation Weed Suppression Grazing Reduce Soil Compaction Salinity Tolerance Seeding Rate Lb acre Winter Kill Alfalfa Good Good Good Good Good Fair Good Poor 12 20 lb No Barley Good Good Fair None Good Fair Fair Good 80 100 lb Yes Buckwheat Good Fair Good None Good Poor Poor Poor 50 60 lb Yes Clover Crimson Good Fair Good Good Good Good Good Poor 4 15 lb Yes Collards Impact Forage Good Good Good None Good Good Good Poor 6 12 lbs No Cowpea Poor Poor Fair Good Good Good Fair Poor 30 50 lb Yes Grass Ryegrass Annual Good Good Good None Good Good Fair Fair 5 20 lb Marginal Grass Wheatgrass Tall Good Good Good None Good Good Fair Good 10 18 lb No Grass Teff Grass Fair Good Fair None Fair Good Poor Poor 6 8 lb Yes Kale Hybrid Coated Fair Fair Good Poor Poor Good Good Poor 4 8 lbs No Lentil Poor Poor Fair Good Poor Fair Poor Poor 30 40 lb Yes Millet Good Good Fair None Good Fair Fair Poor 20 30 lb Yes Oats Good Good Fair None Fair Good Fair Fair 60 90 lb Yes Pea Forage Poor Poor Fair Good Good Fair Fair Poor 30 100 lb Yes Pea Winter Austrian Poor Poor Fair Good Good Good Fair Poor 50 100 lb No Pea Winter Windham Poor Poor Fair Good Good Good Fair Poor 50 100 lb No Radish Poor Poor Good None Good Good Good Poor 4 8 lb Marginal Rape Trophy or Dwarf Essex Fair Fair Good None Good Good Good Good 4 8 lb Yes Rye Winter Good Good Good None Good Good Fair Fair 70 100 lb No Sorghum Sudangrass Good Good Good None Good Good Fair Fair 20 40 lb Yes Sorghums Good Good Good None Good Good Fair Fair 20 40 lb Yes Sugar Beet Good Poor Good None Fair Good Good Good 4 6 lb Yes Triticale spring Good Good Good None Good Good Fair Good 70 100 lb Yes Triticale winter Good Good Good None Good Good Fair Good 70 100 lb No Turnip Purple Top Poor Poor Good None Good Good Good Poor 4 6 lb Marginal Turnip Winfred Hybrid Good Good Good Poor Good Good Fair Poor 4 6 lbs Marginal Vetch Chickling Good Fair Good Good Fair Fair Fair Poor 70 lb Marginal Vetch Common Good Fair Good Good Fair Fair Fair Poor 70 lb Marginal Vetch Hairy Good Fair Fair Good Poor Fair Fair Poor 15 lb Marginal Product WILDLIFE FOOD PLOT SEED Product Rooster Booster DenBesten Brand Food Plot Corn Seed Types Height When to Plant Attracts Winter Kill s Per Acre Bag Size Red Sorghum Safened Seed 5 ft 60 Degrees Game Birds Yes 4 8 Rows 8 10 broadcast 50 Non GMO Seed Corn 7 8 ft 55 Degrees Game Birds Deer Yes 16K 25K seeds per acre 80k Kernels 15

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TAME GRASS NON GMO Brome Meadow Cool season long lived perennial grass Compatible with alfalfa Similar yield to smooth brome with faster recovery and more fall growth Does not creep like smooth brome Great for haying grazing or silage Good drought tolerance and very winter hardy Growth averages 4 feet in height Very fast recovery Excellent quality hay with high protein Can achieve 2 3 cuttings with moisture Plant 10 15 lbs per acre Brome Smooth Cool season perennial sod forming grass Spreads and regrows from rhizomes Average height of 2 4 feet Vigorous growth in spring slows in late summer Smooth brome is palatable and long lived Plant 10 15 lbs per acre Fescue Meadow Cool season perennial and winter hardy Highly productive Very soft leaved Use in long term pasture and hay mixes Excellent companion with alfalfa Will tolerate wet soils and occasional flooding Plant early spring or fall Plant 15 25 lbs per acre or less in mixes 16 Fescue Tall Ryegrass Annual Festulolium Ryegrass Italian Orchard Grass Ryegrass Perennial Forage Type Cool season perennial Excellent companion with alfalfa Adaptable to all soil types Very drought tolerant Plant early spring or fall Endophyte free Very good for hay and pasture Plant 20 25 lbs per acre or less if in a mix Cross between Meadow Fescue or Tall Fescue and Perennial Ryegrass or Italian Ryegrass Fast establishment Excellent feed value and palatability High production Good for interseeding depleted pastures Combines well with alfalfa Use in mixtures with other grasses or legumes Plant 20 25 lbs per acre or less in mixes Cool season perennial bunchgrass Reaches 2 4 feet in height Lack of fall moisture can decrease stands significantly Great when used for pasture mixes Excellent hay quality Plant 12 15 lbs per acre Fast establishment and growth Widely used cover crop component Economical seed cost Terminates easily with frost Planting times are early spring to early fall in mixtures or alone Planting rates from 20 25 lbs per acre Midwestern annual Fast spring growth Produces late into the fall Excellent for annual pastures Likes heavier moisture situations Very good yielder Plant 20 30 lbs per acre or less in mixtures Plant early spring or late summer for fall pasture Fast establishment Very quick growth Excellent forage yield and quality Very economical 3 4 year life expectancy for hay production Planting early spring to early summer to fall Seeding rates from 20 30 lbs per acre Tame Grass guide page 18

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TAME GRASS NON GMO Teff Grass Quick growing warm season annual grass Makes a great quality forage hay Requires warm soil at 60 degrees or higher to germinate and grow Can be drilled or broadcast not more than 1 4 to 1 8 deep Growth will cease when daily temps are decreasing Typically ready to cut 45 50 days from planting Can regrow for 2nd cutting or fall pasture Plant 5 8 lbs per acre Wheatgrass Crested Early growing cool season bunchgrass Flattened seed heads make for easy identification Plant height averages 1 to 3 feet Highly drought tolerant Used for grazing hay and soil stabilization Nutritious and palatable when actively growing Great when grown with alfalfa Can improve old stands of crested wheatgrass with application of nitrogen Plant 10 15 lbs per acre Wheatgrass Pubescent Cool season sod forming grass Use for hay or pasture High yielding Leafier than Oahe Intermediate Wheatgrass Combines well with alfalfa for hay Moderate tolerance to saline soils Plant 12 15 lbs per acre Wheatgrass Tall Timothy Grass Short lived cool season perennial bunchgrass Usually 2 3 feet in height Used primarily in Eastern parts of the US Responds well to moisture and fertilizer Moderately alkaline tolerant Winter hardy often mixed with legumes Makes great horse hay Plant 15 18 lbs per acre Wheatgrass Intermediate Cool season perennial sod forming grass Grows 2 4 feet in height Mostly used for hay land and pasture land Can be combined with alfalfa or planted alone More drought tolerant than smooth brome but less than crested wheatgrass Moderate tolerance to saline soils Plant 12 15 lbs per acre Vigorous tall in height cool season bunchgrass Tolerant of saline and alkali soils Plants mature later in the season Relatively tolerant of drought conditions Great cover for pheasants and other wildlife Stays green longer than other wheatgrasses Can be used to remove some soil alkalinity Plant 12 15 lbs per acre KERNZA Kernza Intermediate Wheatgrass South Dakota Grown Perennial grain crop release by the The Land Institute Kernza plants are deeply rooted The roots can extend 10 feet or more beneath the soil surface where they deliver atmospheric carbon to the soil and efficiently take up nutrients and water In good conditions seed heads can contain more seeds than an annual wheat head Can be utilized for food grade grain Excellent high tonnage forage Grows 4 5 feet in height producing for 2 years with drop off in yield going forward Grower must be a license holder from The Land Institute to purchase and plant Kernza No Exceptions More info at landinstitute org our work perennial crops kernza Our seed is all South Dakota grown Ask us about grain marketing potential Conventionally grown seed available now Limited supply Organic seed available fall of 2021 17

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GRASS CRP POLLINATORS NON GMO PASTURE HAY MIXES Prime Time Hay and Pasture Mix Prime Time brings you a very palatable finer stemmed option for the highest quality grass possible Responds well to higher fertility programs Use Prime Time on your best ground and see it perform at the highest levels Contains Orchard grass intermediate wheatgrass timothy perennial ryegrass meadow brome grass festulolium and tall fescue Seeding Rate 12 18 lbs per acre Premium Hay and Pasture Mix Premium Hay and Pasture Mix will provide a tough high yielding excellent quality hay or pasture The Premium Mix is a great all around blend of palatable long lasting varieties of grasses Contains Orchardgrass Intermediate Wheatgrass Timothy Forage type Perennial Ryegrass Meadow Bromegrass Crested Wheatgrass Seeding Rate 12 15 lbs per acre Waterway Blend Waterway Blend is a very palatable fast growing long lasting high quality blend Waterway is a blend of forage grasses to hold your waterways firmly for years to come Contains Smooth Brome Perennial Ryegrass Tall Wheatgrass Seeding Rate 12 15 lbs per acre TAME GRASS GUIDE LAWN GRASS Bluegrass Widely used fine stemmed grass species Best when mixed with fescues and ryegrasses Plant 1 lb per 250 sq ft Buffalo Grass Warm season short in height perennial Very good drought resistance once established Can be used for lawns and pastures Plant 1 lb per 500 sq ft Creeping Red Fescue Easy establishment very fine stemmed Shade tolerant and low maintenance Economical option Plant 1 lb per 250 sq ft Green Acres II Lawn Mix Product Type Lbs Acre Soil Type Common Usage Yield Winter Hardy Tenacity Brome Meadow Perennial 10 15 All Hay Graze 4 5 4 Brome Smooth Perennial 10 15 All Hay Graze 4 5 4 Canarygrass Reed Perennial 8 Saturated Hay Graze 5 5 3 Fescue Meadow Perennial 15 25 Fertile Hay Graze 4 4 4 Fescue Tall Forage Perennial 20 25 All Hay Graze 5 5 5 Festulolium Perennial 20 25 Fertile Hay Graze 5 3 5 Foxtail Creeping Perennial 5 Saturated Graze Hay 4 5 3 Orchardgrass Perennial 12 15 Fertile Hay Graze 5 3 4 Ryegrass Annual Annual 20 25 Fertile Quick Establish 4 0 5 Ryegrass Italian Bi Annual 20 30 Fertile Hay Graze 5 1 5 Ryegrass Perennial Perennial 20 30 Fertile Graze Hay 4 3 4 Timothy Perennial 15 18 Fertile Hay Graze 3 4 3 Wheatgrass Crested Perennial 10 15 Dry Graze Hay 3 5 5 Wheatgrass Intermediate Perennial 12 15 All Hay Graze 4 5 3 Wheatgrass Pubescent Perennial 12 15 All Hay Graze 4 5 3 Wheatgrass Tall Perennial 12 15 Saline Dry Hay 5 5 3 Fast establishment with excellent stay green Contains Turf type fescues Perennial ryegrass Premium bluegrass Long lasting and shade tolerant Plant 1 lb per 250 sq ft LoGro Mix Very low maintenance required Stays green Contains turf type fescues Plant 1 lb per 250 sq ft Perennial Rye Grass Very fast establishing Fine stem type with fast regrowth Plant 1 lb per 250 sq ft POLLINATORS Ranking 5 High 1 Low Dakota s Best Seed offers a variety of wildflowers to suit the needs of your CRP or pollinator habitat CRP SEED Dakota s Best Seed has been handling native grasses for over 50 years Agronomist on hand for consultation Custom CRP Mixes Top Quality Excellent Pricing 18 CALL FOR A QUOTE Maximillian Sunflower Purple Prairie Clover Black Eyed Susan many more Please call for prices and availability Wildflowers are not only a beautiful piece of scenery they offer native pollinators refuge food and help to benefit humans as well

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NATIVE GRASS NON GMO Big Bluestem Warm season perennial grass 3 7 Feet tall Fuzzy seed head chicken foot Good use for CRP wildlife or hay Palatability decreases as maturity increases Heavy tonnage Stand quickly decreases with overgrazing or frequent mowing Plant 8 10 lbs per acre Indian Grass Warm season tall in height perennial grass Bunchgrass with short rhizomes Decent palatability if cut early in maturity before flowering stalks develop Commonly seeded with other native species for wildlife grazing and CRP restoration Plant 8 10 lbs per acre Side Oat Grama Warm season perennial grass 8 24 tall Easily identified by the one sided seed spikes Loved by livestock and wildlife Used in mixtures to restore native rangelands and CRP Plant 8 10 lbs per acre Blue Grama Warm season short in height perennial grass Sod forming 4 18 tall Seed is formed on one sided branches Low in productivity great nutritional value For low maintenance lawns mix with Buffalograss Plant 6 8 lbs per acre Western Wheatgrass Little Bluestem Short warm seasoned perennial bunchgrass Matures at 1 3 feet tall Seed heads are fuzzy in appearance Good use for CRP wildlife and hay Often seeded in a mixture with other native grasses Good for erosion control Plant 8 10 lbs per acre Switchgrass Tall warm season perennial sod forming Up to 4 feet in height Large leaves stands overwinter well Used in CRP restoration and wildlife habitats High yields less palatable Plant 6 10 lbs per acre Canada Wild Rye Green Needle Grass Cool season perennial bunchgrass Typically grows to 1 5 3 feet in height Abundant native grass in the northern great plains Nutritious and palatable early in maturity Stand decreases under grazing use Good for wildlife and CRP restoration Plant 8 10 lbs per acre Cool season perennial sod forming grass Average height is around 3 feet Planted pure stands on clayey ground Moderately tolerant to alkali soil Was named the state grass of SD Very palatable and nutritious when in early growth Great for wildlife grazing also great for nesting birds Plant 8 10 lbs per acre Slender Wheatgrass Cool season perennial bunchgrass Average height is between 2 4 feet Plant is not as palatable as others Bearded and beardless varieties Short lived generally not planted in pure stands Plant 8 10 lbs per acre Cool season short lived perennial 2 5 feet in height with large drooping seed head With favorable moisture this plant will grow throughout the summer and autumn Best adapted to medium textured soils Most palatable when green and growing Rated good for cattle and horses rated fair for sheep and wild life Plant 8 10 lbs per acre 19

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ORGANIC SEED CERTIFIED ORGANIC SOYBEANS ORGANIC SEED ALFALFA ORGANIC Variety Packaging DB AquaMaxx Water Tolerant Branch root 50 Bag Dakota Grown VNS Common 50 Bag Dakota Grown Travois Grazing Creeping 50 Bag Multi Leaf VNS 50 Bag Vernal 50 Bag All alfalfa inoculated with Nitragin Gold while supplies last BARLEY ORGANIC Variety Packaging Certified Genesis 2 row Grain type feed malting Tote 50 Bag Haxby Grain Feed 2 row Tote 50 Bag Hays Forage 2 row awnless Tote 50 Bag CLOVER ORGANIC Variety Packaging Single Cut Red Mammoth Red 50 Bag Double Cut Red Medium Red 50 Bag Alsike 50 Bag Yellow Blossom Sweet 50 Bag Crimson 50 Bag Organic Soybean Seed Certified organic these food grade and commodity soybean varieties designed to meet the needs of growers and end users Both varieties feature large seed high protein and aphid resistance Seed is not treated and no returns are accepted SOYBEAN ORGANIC HIGH PROTEIN FOOD GRADE POTENTIAL Variety COVER CROP ORGANIC Size Protein Aphid Resistant Flower Pod Pubescence Hilum Coat Packaging IA3051RA12 Large Seed High Yes White Brown Gray Yellow Dull Deep Till Radish 50 Bag IA3054RA12 Large Seed High Yes White Brown Gray Yellow Dull Annual Ryegrass 50 Bag Hairy Vetch 50 Bag Please check with your potential grain buyer to confirm these soybeans meet their specific food grade requirements before planting Seed is not treated and no returns are accepted Lentil 50 Bag Magda 40 10 Forage Peas 50 Bag Variety Cereal Rye Totes GRASSES ORGANIC Variety Packaging Blend Endure Hay Pasture 50 Bag Blend Paramount Hay Pasture 50 Bag Brome Fleet Meadow 50 Bag Brome Smooth 50 Bag Fescue Meadow 50 Bag Fescue Tall 50 Bag Festulolium 50 Bag Orchardgrass Call for Variety 50 Bag Ryegrass Annual 50 Bag Ryegrass Italian 50 Bag Ryegrass Perennial 50 Bag Timothy 50 Bag WAPSIE VALLEY CORN OATS ORGANIC Variety Packaging Certified Deon Tote 50 Bag Certified Hayden Tote 50 Bag Certified Reins Tote 50 Bag Uncertified Jerry Tote 50 Bag SPRING WHEAT ORGANIC Variety Packaging CALL Tote 50 Bag 20 Wapsie Valley Seed Corn Organic Open Pollinated Open pollinated heirloom dent corn dating back to 1850 This 89 day corn stands 9 1 2 tall and has good standability These widely adapted corn plants have 7 1 2 8 well formed ears Colored mostly a rich yellow waxy color with some maroon ears and a few brown colored ears 14 18 Straight kernel rows Outstanding plant health Dual purpose grain or silage Wapsie is a high yielding and reliable silage corn For grain open pollinated corn has 25 more protein than hybrid corn Wapsie grain has tested as high as 10 75 Seed at 20 000 seeds per acre Sold in 50 bags Untreated

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ORGANIC SEED CERTIFIED ORGANIC ALFALFA GUIDE Product Description DB AquaMaxx WATER TOLERANT BRANCH ROOT High expression of branch rootedness Excellent forage yield potential in both well drained and wet soils Good for quality for both dairy and beef DRI FD WS Aphanomyces 35 35 4 2 1 8 1 2 3 Inoculated Packaging Nitragin Gold 50 lb bag OMRI APPROVED MULTI LEAF TENDENCY with finer stems for high quality hay Medium long term production 3 4 cut system with quick regrowth Northern grown variety 3 Dakota Grown Vernal VERY TOUGH AND DURABLE Very winter hardy with excellent quality hay and strong yield Finest stemmed alfalfa out there Medium term stand life of 3 4 years Economical option 2 Dakota Grown VNS Common VERY WINTER HARDY Grown in the Dakota s Good for medium term rotations with good quality hay 3 cut system Economical option 2 Dakota Grown Travois Grazing Creeping CREEPING AND GRAZING TYPE Very good for grazing or haying Non bloating 4 6 year long stand life Longer life and good pasture mixed with grass or hay 2 Multi Leaf VNS Traffic Tolerant Nitragin Gold 1 5 50 lb bag OMRI APPROVED Nitragin Gold 2 50 lb bag OMRI APPROVED Nitragin Gold 2 50 lb bag OMRI APPROVED 2 X Nitragin Gold 50 lb bag OMRI APPROVED Ask About Organic Alfalfa Contract Seed Production KERNZA Conventional Seed Available Now Organic Seed Available fall of 2021 See page 17 Alfalfa Planting Guide Broadcast Planting Rate 16 20 lbs per acre Drilled Planting Rate 12 20 lbs per acre Planting Depth 1 4 to 1 2 inch Spring Planting April 15 June 1 Late Summer Aug 1 Sept 1 Dedicated to Organic Crop Insurance Contract Pricing Whole Farm Revenue Protection Pasture Rangeland and Forage Personalized Farm Assessment Private and Supplemental Products Organic Conventional Policies Multi State Licensed Is your farm protected for future generations Now is the time to make sure you have the crop insurance policy that best suits your operation Northbourne Organic Crop Insurance 605 660 9527 21

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ORGANIC SEED CERTIFIED ORGANIC GRASS Brome Fleet Meadow Cool season long lived perennial grass Compatible with alfalfa Similar yield to smooth brome with faster recovery and more fall growth Does not creep like smooth brome Great for haying grazing or silage Good drought tolerance and very winter hardy Growth averages 4 feet in height Very fast recovery Excellent quality hay with high protein Can achieve 2 3 cuttings with moisture Plant 10 15 lbs per acre Brome Smooth Cool season perennial sod forming grass Spreads and regrows from rhizomes Average height of 2 4 feet Vigorous growth in spring slows in late summer Smooth brome is palatable and long lived Plant 10 15 lbs per acre Fescue Meadow Cool season perennial and winter hardy Highly productive Very soft leaved Use in long term pasture and hay mixes Excellent companion with alfalfa Will tolerate wet soils and occasional flooding Plant early spring or fall Plant 15 25 lbs per acre or less in mixes Fescue Tall Cool season perennial Excellent companion with alfalfa Adaptable to all soil types Very drought tolerant Plant early spring or fall Endophyte free Very good for hay and pasture Plant 20 25 lbs per acre or less if in a mix Festulolium Cross between Meadow Fescue or Tall Fescue and Perennial Ryegrass or Italian Ryegrass Fast establishment Excellent feed value and palatability High production Good for interseeding depleted pastures Combines well with alfalfa Use in mixtures with other grasses or legumes Plant 20 25 lbs per acre or less in mixes Orchard Grass Cool season perennial bunchgrass Reaches 2 4 feet in height Lack of fall moisture can decrease stands significantly Great when used for pasture mixes Excellent hay quality Plant 12 15 lbs per acre Ryegrass Annual Fast establishment and growth Widely used cover crop component Economical seed cost Terminates easily with frost Planting times are early spring to early fall in mixtures or alone Planting rates from 20 25 lbs per acre Ryegrass Italian Midwestern annual Fast spring growth Produces late into the fall Excellent for annual pastures Likes heavier moisture situations Very good yielder Plant 20 30 lbs per acre or less in mixtures Plant early spring or late summer for fall pasture Ryegrass Perennial Forage Type Fast establishment Very quick growth Excellent forage yield and quality Very economical 3 4 year life expectancy for hay production Planting early spring to early summer to fall Seeding rates from 20 30 lbs per acre Timothy Grass Short lived cool season perennial bunchgrass Usually 2 3 feet in height Used primarily in Eastern parts of the US Responds well to moisture and fertilizer Moderately alkaline tolerant Winter hardy often mixed with legumes Makes great horse hay Plant 15 18 lbs per acre ULTRA GREEN FLOOR SWEEP OSHA compliant Silica Free 100 Natural sweeping compound Great for garages construction areas drywall dust cleanup warehouses Floors shine without water Keeps dust from getting in air No chemicals USDA Certified 40 lb bags and 1 700 lb totes 29 50 40 lb bag Call 605 337 2537 ORGANIC PASTURE HAY MIXES Paramount Hay Pasture Mix Paramount delivers the highest quality top yielding hay and pasture Fine stemmed leafy grass mix which will perform at high levels year after year Responds and performs best when given good fertility and moisture Contains orchard grass Dakota Grown smooth brome grass meadow brome meadow fescue perennial ryegrass timothy grass Sold in 50 lb bags Planting Rate Alone 15 20 lbs per acre Depth 1 4 22 Endure Hay Pasture Mix Endure is a grass mix formulated to withstand tougher lower yield environments Endure will consistently produce high yields of highly palatable hay even when the going is tough It will have many years of high end production Contains perennial ryegrass Dakota Grown smooth brome grass meadow brome grass orchard grass and tall fescue Sold in 50 lb bags Planting Rate Alone 15 20 lbs per acre Depth 1 4

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A TRULY INDEPENDENT SEED COMPANY TRIED TRUE PROVEN VARIETIES 2021 SEED CORN Certified Organic Hybrids Non GMO Conventional Hybrids Floury Leafy Silage Hybrids DENBESTEN BRAND SEED 36656 SD HYW 44 PLATTE SD 57369 www DenBestenBrandSeed com 605 337 3318 23

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ORGANIC CORN HYBRIDS 75 DAY DB41 75 OR 78 DAY DB41 78 OR 83 DAY DB41 83 OR 91 DAY DB41 91 OR 95 DAY DB41 95 OR 24 Very good test weight Ultra early hybrid that will finish 1820 GDU to black layer Strong agronomics and plant health Very tough drought and heat tolerant hybrid Good yield stability Rockets out of the ground 1935 GDU to black layer Taller plant Excellent dual purpose hybrid Excellent test weight Does best on highly productive soils Keep at higher populations for best yields Very high yield potential Medium drydown This will be a go anywhere hybrid Very good plant health Super agronomics Flat leaf style for a quick canopy Excellent yield expectation Very fast drydown Very good test weight Very tough drought and stress tolerant Plant on your toughest soils Very good emergence Flat leaf style for fast canopy Very strong yield ability Super high test wt grain Tall hybrid that will go for dual purpose This is a must plant hybrid at this maturity range Excellent drought and heat tolerance Use on your best or marginal lighter soil types Excellent emergence Flat leaf style for a fast canopy Excellent test wt grain Top end yield ability Very good drydown 77 DAY DB41 77 OR 80 DAY DB41 80 OR 87 DAY DB41 87 OR 92 DAY DB40 92 OR 98 DAY DB41 98 OR Ultra early hybrid that will finish North 1890 GDU to black layer Will finish in the earliest zones Early flowering Medium tall plant Flat leaf style for a quick canopy Strong yield punch Excellent plant health Very good test weight Very good yield stability Very tough stress tolerant hybrid Medium tall hybrid Early flowering Very good test weight Strong yield ability Flex ear type Very good dual purpose hybrid Robust showy plant style Very good test weight grain Excellent yield ability Very good drydown Very strong agronomics and plant health Very good dual purpose hybrid Tall plant Very good plant health and stay green Plant on your best soils High yield record Medium drydown Plant at higher populations Will achieve maximum yields on your best soils Big robust plant type High test weight grain Very healthy agronomically sound plants Very good emergence

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ORGANIC CORN HYBRIDS 101 DAY DB41 01 OR 104 DAY DB41 04 OR 107 DAY DB40 07 OR 108 DAY DB40 08 OR 111 DAY DB41 11 OR Very good heat and drought tolerance Tall Hybrid Wide flat leafed hybrid for quick canopy Plant on marginal or highly productive soil types Showy dual purpose hybrid Very good test weight High yield ability White cob hybrid Excellent yielder Very flexy ear type Very good dual purpose Average grain quality and test weight New unique genetics Very adaptable to soil types Excellent for grain or silage Very good plant health Super agronomics Flat leaf style for a quick canopy Excellent yield expectation Very fast drydown Good test weight Very high yield record Will excel on lighter or sandy soil types Tall hybrid Strong silage data over years Good test weight Plant at higher populations Excellent plant health Excellent plant health and disease tolerance High top end yields Very strong in the sandy and lighter soils Excels moving into the Central and Eastern corn belt Strong dual purpose Flex ear style Shows good ECB tolerance Very good grain quality 102 DAY DB40 02 OR 105 DAY DB40 05 OR 107 DAY DB41 07 OR 110 DAY DB41 10 OR 112 DAY DB41 12 OR Tall hybrid Very good plant health and staygreen Plant at higher populations Place on your highest producing soil Very strong yield record Fast Drydown for maturity Average test weight Excellent top end yield potential Big flex ear style Very good agronomically Very adaptable to conditions Average test weight Wide leafed for a quick canopy Very good early vigor Very high yield ability Excellent Stalks and roots Very good test weight Exceptional plant health Flex ear style Adaptable to high or lower populations Good under stressful or high yield conditions Newer unique genetics Good under dryland or irrigated conditions Excellent yielder Wide leaf type Excellent stalk and root strength Tall hybrid Flex ear style Very good test weight New unique genetics Super top end yields Excellent plant health Very good stalk and root strength Adaptable to soil types Excellent in IA NE and moving into Central Eastern corn belt Semi Flex ear style Likes higher populations Good test weight Shows good ECB tolerance 25

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CONVENTIONAL CORN 77 DAY DB31 77 83 DAY DB31 83 90 DAY DB31 90 97 DAY DB30 97 106 DAY DB38 06 26 Super high test weight 1820 GDU to black layer Ultra Early hybrid Keep populations on the high side Excellent emergence and vigor Very good yielder Semi flex ear style Can use as a late planted hybrid south of zone Excels in the Northwest and North central Midwest Very good stalk and root strength Very good test wt and grain quality Excellent yields Terrific agronomics Solid stalk and root ratings Very good plant health and staygreen Medium tall hybrid Will excel on your best soils A must plant hybrid at this maturity Excellent yield ability Very good drydown Very good plant health Solid agronomic package Excellent roots and stalk strength Very adaptable to soils types Very good test weight and grain quality Semi flex ear to adapt to high or lower populations Excellent dual purpose option Needs to be a key hybrid at this maturity on your farm Proven high yield across upper corn belt Flex ear to adapt to high or lower populations Very good drydown Taller plant type Very good test weight Widely adapted to soil types Consistent proven hybrid West to East To put it simply just plant this hybrid Super yield record over years Very good test weight Adapts to all soil types West to East across the corn belt Often tops the plot in yield be the driest and have the highest test weight Excellent under heat and drought stress Use in irrigated scenarios or the toughest dryland conditions 80 DAY DB31 80 88 DAY DB31 88 93 DAY DB31 93 102 DAY DB30 02 108 DAY DB31 08 A must plant hybrid Excellent yield ability Fast drydown Outstanding agronomics Excellent stalks and roots Very good test weight Medium tall hybrid Very good dual purpose potential Adaptable to soil types Exciting new genetics A proven winner Super yield record Very healthy clean plants Excels across varying soil types Very good stalks and roots Very good test wt and grain quality Flexy ear type to handle lower populations Very good dual purpose hybrid Very good yield record Robust med tall plant type High test weight and grain quality Semi flex ear type Adaptable to higher or lower populations Works well on all soil types except tight compacted clays Very high yield ability Will do best at higher populations with a semi fixed ear style Very healthy plant Good roots and stalks Very good drydown Taller plant good for dual purpose Very high yield ability Excellent Stalks and roots Very good test weight Exceptional plant health Flex ear style Adaptable to high or lower populations Good under stressful or high yield conditions Newer unique genetics Good under dryland or irrigated conditions

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CONVENTIONAL CORN 110 DAY DB31 10 113 DAY DB30 13 Very high yield record Excellent stalk and root strength Wide leaf style Flex ear type Very good test weight Use on dryland or irrigation New unique genetics Excellent grain quality for food grade applications Very good proven yield record Very high test weight Strong emergence and early vigor Excellent plant health Exceptional ear flex Suited to all soil types Will excel on marginal soil at lower populations Will excel from NE moving East through the cornbelt 111 DAY DB31 11 Excellent grain quality suggests food grade application Exceptional yield results Best performance at higher populations Strong agronomics Med Tall plant type Will excel from NE moving East through the cornbelt Very healthy plant Very high test weight grain DB30 13 October 15 2020 Beemer NE DB Octo 30 13 ber 1 Beem 5 2020 er N E FLOURY LEAFY SILAGE 90 DAY DB50 90 FL 100 DAY DB50 100 FL Floury Leafy Silage Specific Hybrid Excellent yielding silage hybrid Very good agronomics Extended harvest window Excellent feed quality High fiber digestibility High starch content and digestibility Floury Leafy Silage Specific Hybrid Excellent yielding silage hybrid Very good agronomics Extended harvest window Excellent feed quality Very good fiber digestibility Very good starch content and digestibility 100 DAY DB60 100 FL OR Certified Organic Floury Leafy Silage Specific Hybrid Excellent yielding silage hybrid Very good agronomics Extended harvest window Excellent feed quality Very good fiber digestibility Very good starch content and digestibility 27

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SOUTH DAKOTA LOCATION Aberdeen SD 1 Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 12 6 15 10 14 13 5 11 7 4 2 8 9 3 1 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 19 2020 Harvest Date October 11 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 123 4 165 4 111 7 152 1 120 2 122 6 166 3 145 5 164 4 166 4 177 1 163 9 154 7 173 4 186 3 Mst Test Y M 13 3 13 9 13 6 13 5 14 1 14 1 13 8 14 14 4 14 7 14 9 16 1 14 9 17 3 16 9 55 1 56 5 52 5 59 53 6 61 1 58 54 5 56 8 59 7 56 5 58 2 57 58 4 56 8 9 3 11 9 8 2 11 3 8 5 8 7 12 10 4 11 4 11 3 11 8 10 1 10 4 10 11 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Aberdeen SD 2 Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 19 2020 Harvest Date October 11 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits ORG ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 15 12 14 10 13 7 6 11 8 4 3 9 2 1 5 Yield ADJ 15 118 8 135 1 120 7 138 8 132 5 151 2 154 1 136 3 150 1 159 2 160 3 147 5 166 6 168 2 159 2 Mst Test Y M 14 8 14 6 15 4 16 4 14 9 16 3 14 7 16 9 16 6 16 7 15 7 18 4 19 9 19 1 17 60 6 61 1 64 6 63 2 61 4 65 4 60 9 63 1 61 4 62 5 61 5 62 2 58 9 62 7 60 6 8 9 3 7 8 8 5 8 9 9 3 10 5 8 9 9 5 10 2 8 1 8 4 8 8 9 4 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Lake Norden SD Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 30 2020 Harvest Date October 17 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits ORG ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Hybrids listed by maturity Comments No test ponding 28 Yield Rank 9 13 7 11 6 8 3 12 1 5 2 10 4 Yield ADJ 15 153 2 134 2 156 2 142 4 162 7 156 1 183 5 136 7 185 9 174 1 183 8 143 6 179 6 Mst Test Y M 15 9 15 1 16 15 3 15 15 2 15 4 15 4 14 9 15 6 15 2 15 1 15 8 56 9 60 1 59 5 60 6 57 3 59 5 58 8 59 1 58 4 59 4 57 5 58 8 58 1 9 6 8 9 9 8 9 3 10 8 10 3 11 9 8 9 12 5 11 1 12 1 9 5 11 4 GROWER PLOT Corona SD Type Shane Martin trial plot Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Blue River 38G54 96 DeDell 3808 94 DenBesten 30 97 97 DenBesten 40 92 OR 92 DenBesten 41 91 OR 91 DenBesten 41 78 OR 78 Enestvedt E658 96 Pioneer 9608 96 Pioneer 9608 96 Pioneer 0157 101 Pioneer 9188 91 Viking 0 84 95 UP 95 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Harvest Date October 30 2020 Traits ORG ORG CONV ORG ORG ORG CONV CONV CONV CONV CONV ORG Yield Rank 8 4 3 10 7 12 11 1 2 5 6 9 Yield ADJ 15 122 1 135 2 141 8 121 127 1 105 3 115 4 146 8 141 9 129 3 128 0 121 9 Of Grain Mst Test 15 9 16 4 15 7 15 7 15 5 15 15 9 15 7 15 9 16 3 15 7 15 9 54 55 55 56 57 60 54 57 56 55 56 55 Hybrids listed by BRAND Comments Not provided LOCATION Aberdeen SD Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 3 7 10 2 8 1 9 4 5 11 12 6 Yield ADJ 15 204 7 186 2 183 2 210 5 185 2 211 6 185 0 202 4 193 2 176 7 171 4 192 5 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 2 2020 Harvest Date October 23 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 17 6 15 4 19 18 8 18 5 20 7 19 4 18 5 19 5 19 5 19 5 22 7 55 8 56 3 57 56 1 54 1 53 6 54 9 55 3 54 4 54 1 52 2 54 3 9 9 12 9 6 11 2 10 10 2 9 5 10 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 5 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Beresford SD Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Yield Rank ADJ 15 8 131 8 3 145 8 6 135 5 1 164 4 11 125 3 7 133 6 4 145 1 5 139 9 2 162 0 10 128 1 12 124 7 9 130 2 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 30 2020 Harvest Date October 20 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 13 2 13 5 13 9 13 8 12 12 12 3 13 8 14 7 14 4 13 9 14 1 59 4 60 5 60 4 61 1 57 6 54 1 55 8 59 4 59 8 59 4 58 9 60 8 10 10 8 9 7 11 9 10 4 11 1 11 8 10 1 11 8 9 9 9 2 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Gettysburg SD Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 1 2020 Harvest Date October 3 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 7 8 3 4 9 1 6 2 5 10 12 11 Yield ADJ 15 118 7 114 9 139 9 136 2 108 6 148 3 134 9 145 0 136 2 106 4 101 1 104 7 Mst Test Y M 16 2 16 2 17 8 23 7 19 5 18 18 4 20 1 23 3 23 9 20 6 23 50 8 56 3 51 7 49 4 47 2 42 46 9 47 5 47 1 42 2 42 2 43 4 7 3 7 7 9 5 7 5 6 8 2 7 3 7 2 9 9 4 5 8 8 4 6

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NORTH DAKOTA LOCATION Lake Norden SD Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 30 2020 Harvest Date October 17 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 12 9 10 11 1 7 6 2 3 5 8 4 Yield ADJ 15 144 5 208 9 207 9 204 1 252 0 220 1 226 7 246 0 235 5 231 5 219 8 231 7 Mst Test Y M 15 1 15 7 16 5 16 7 19 16 8 18 3 17 3 18 7 21 3 20 5 20 2 56 2 57 2 59 1 58 51 8 55 5 55 8 57 2 56 2 53 1 54 5 56 9 9 6 13 3 12 6 12 2 13 3 12 6 12 4 14 2 12 6 10 9 10 7 11 5 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Mitchell SD Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 29 2020 Harvest Date October 23 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 4 7 9 5 11 6 2 3 1 10 12 8 Yield ADJ 15 156 6 148 5 132 8 155 9 124 3 148 6 159 9 158 7 161 6 126 1 120 8 139 4 Mst Test Y M 13 5 13 7 13 6 13 4 12 8 11 5 13 3 12 9 13 7 13 3 13 9 13 7 58 4 58 6 58 7 58 5 56 2 52 7 56 6 58 3 58 6 57 2 56 6 59 4 11 6 10 8 9 8 11 6 9 7 12 9 12 12 3 11 8 9 5 8 7 10 2 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Wessington Springs SD Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety Traits rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 RIB DenBesten DB30 97 97 CONV DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 ORG Pioneer P0157AM 101 AM DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 ORG DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 ORG DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 ORG Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 CONV DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 ORG DenBesten DB31 08 108 CONV Pioneer P0825AM 108 AMLLRR2 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 30 2020 Harvest Date October 20 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield Rank 10 11 5 12 3 8 7 6 9 4 1 2 Yield ADJ 15 174 1 162 7 204 5 131 6 230 7 199 0 199 2 200 5 185 7 208 8 266 5 233 6 Mst Test Y M 13 13 8 13 5 14 4 15 2 16 2 15 15 7 17 6 17 1 17 19 1 58 2 56 8 58 8 58 7 56 1 52 9 57 2 58 2 56 9 57 5 56 2 55 5 13 4 11 8 15 1 9 1 15 2 12 3 13 3 12 8 10 6 12 2 15 7 12 2 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Beresford SD Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Previous Crop Soybean MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 30 2020 Harvest Date October 20 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV Yield Rank 4 9 7 8 3 6 1 5 2 Yield ADJ 15 158 8 127 0 135 2 133 4 164 0 141 2 174 9 151 0 171 2 Mst Test Y M 15 5 14 3 15 7 16 8 16 8 18 2 16 7 16 2 15 9 59 3 60 2 60 59 9 57 8 61 5 61 4 59 61 6 10 2 8 9 8 6 7 9 9 8 7 8 10 5 9 3 10 8 LOCATION Price ND Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 12 11 8 2 13 10 7 6 1 4 3 14 9 5 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 11 2020 Harvest Date October 6 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 122 9 126 0 142 7 156 5 121 7 132 4 145 1 148 8 158 8 154 1 155 4 111 5 135 9 149 8 Mst Test Y M 12 2 11 6 12 4 14 5 12 3 11 6 13 9 14 1 13 8 13 8 15 7 16 16 9 15 4 53 9 55 3 53 4 56 1 54 1 53 4 55 8 51 4 53 8 51 4 53 48 2 52 9 50 8 10 10 9 11 5 10 8 9 9 11 4 10 4 10 5 11 5 11 9 9 7 8 9 7 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments Animal damage LOCATION Castleton ND Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 13 14 7 9 15 12 4 1 3 6 5 8 2 11 10 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 20 2020 Harvest Date October 14 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 147 5 145 2 162 9 157 9 142 7 149 3 170 0 177 9 174 6 164 5 167 4 159 7 175 9 154 0 155 3 Mst Test Y M 12 13 5 12 5 14 2 13 4 14 13 6 12 6 13 5 14 3 12 9 13 15 6 14 8 14 3 56 5 58 57 8 58 3 56 7 56 5 55 5 57 4 56 56 2 55 56 7 54 3 55 9 56 2 12 2 10 7 13 11 1 10 6 10 6 12 5 14 1 12 9 11 5 12 9 12 2 11 2 10 4 10 8 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Carrington ND Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 14 1 13 5 11 12 8 6 9 10 15 7 2 4 3 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 19 2020 Harvest Date September 28 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 90 5 149 1 92 8 108 2 101 3 98 1 103 8 108 2 102 7 102 5 84 5 107 1 128 3 117 5 123 5 Mst Test Y M 14 3 14 5 14 8 19 4 15 5 14 9 16 9 15 3 17 5 17 5 15 8 19 6 25 5 19 20 56 61 8 54 5 61 56 57 54 5 55 55 3 53 6 52 3 54 4 49 4 53 7 52 5 6 3 10 3 6 3 5 6 6 5 6 6 10 3 7 5 9 5 9 5 4 5 5 5 6 2 6 2 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments Very uneven inconsistent field Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None 29

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NORTH DAKOTA LOCATION Grand Forks ND Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 14 15 7 3 5 12 8 1 13 4 11 2 9 10 6 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 21 2020 Harvest Date October 10 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 96 5 94 6 109 7 128 2 121 7 98 1 109 5 145 6 98 0 124 3 101 8 136 2 106 2 103 1 119 8 Mst Test Y M 13 8 12 7 12 8 16 9 15 2 13 1 13 7 13 3 15 6 15 14 5 17 2 15 5 18 18 8 49 7 48 50 51 3 55 1 53 1 54 2 50 8 48 52 5 48 52 4 51 2 48 48 5 7 7 5 8 6 7 6 8 7 5 8 11 6 3 8 3 7 7 9 6 8 5 7 6 4 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Mantador ND Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 LOCATION Park River ND Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 14 15 3 7 1 13 2 8 9 5 6 10 12 11 4 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 22 2020 Harvest Date October 28 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 124 2 122 8 157 3 151 9 164 2 131 3 160 2 147 9 143 9 153 1 152 4 139 0 133 4 134 6 155 7 Mst Test Y M 17 2 17 2 17 3 21 4 18 6 18 6 20 8 18 21 9 21 20 22 2 25 9 22 2 20 3 55 6 58 8 56 2 56 6 58 6 57 1 54 4 54 9 54 9 56 3 56 1 55 51 9 55 2 56 1 7 2 7 1 9 1 7 1 8 8 7 1 7 7 8 2 6 6 7 3 7 6 6 3 5 2 6 7 7 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 15 14 12 10 11 13 9 7 6 3 1 8 4 2 5 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 15 2020 Harvest Date September 26 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 140 3 150 9 167 6 179 5 179 5 157 6 180 4 192 4 194 6 200 5 203 3 181 5 200 5 200 6 196 0 Mst Test Y M 14 3 14 8 14 2 14 7 15 14 3 15 1 14 3 15 6 15 8 14 2 16 5 16 7 16 2 16 2 61 1 60 9 61 61 60 8 61 1 60 7 61 60 3 60 2 61 1 59 8 59 5 60 59 9 9 8 10 2 11 8 12 2 12 11 11 9 13 5 12 5 12 7 14 3 11 12 12 4 12 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Portland ND Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 14 5 15 13 1 2 12 7 8 4 11 10 3 9 6 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 20 2020 Harvest Date October 16 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 100 5 123 9 96 8 103 8 145 0 128 5 111 6 122 6 122 2 126 7 117 2 117 5 128 3 117 5 123 5 Mst Test Y M 16 4 16 4 15 8 19 7 17 7 15 8 18 7 16 3 20 1 18 7 19 4 20 6 25 5 19 20 56 7 61 5 55 4 57 3 60 8 58 57 5 55 7 55 3 56 7 53 6 54 7 49 4 53 7 52 5 6 1 7 6 6 1 5 3 8 2 8 1 6 7 5 5 9 6 8 6 5 7 5 6 2 6 2 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None MINNESOTA LOCATION Brooten MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None 30 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 15 11 10 12 13 14 8 3 9 2 6 1 5 7 4 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 27 2020 Harvest Date October 9 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 125 7 135 0 146 4 134 5 133 7 133 1 160 1 180 2 158 4 187 9 172 5 195 5 177 2 165 2 179 5 Mst Test Y M 17 4 16 3 17 7 20 1 17 3 18 6 20 6 17 9 21 21 4 20 2 24 7 26 3 23 1 22 8 56 7 59 55 7 57 3 59 5 56 56 1 56 4 54 1 56 53 4 56 9 52 55 4 54 8 7 2 8 3 8 3 6 7 7 7 7 2 7 8 10 7 5 8 8 8 5 7 9 6 7 7 1 7 9 LOCATION Gaylord MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Hybrids listed by maturity Comments Animal damage Yield Rank 14 15 9 11 8 13 12 7 3 2 1 10 4 6 5 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 26 2020 Harvest Date October 7 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 123 8 108 6 164 7 153 4 167 7 128 4 149 6 174 6 183 9 185 4 187 9 161 0 182 2 178 0 179 3 Mst Test Y M 14 1 14 7 14 3 14 8 14 7 13 8 15 3 15 7 15 9 16 15 6 17 5 16 8 17 17 57 7 52 8 58 4 60 3 61 8 59 60 9 57 6 58 2 60 1 57 3 59 7 58 2 60 58 4 8 8 7 4 11 5 10 4 11 4 9 3 9 8 11 1 11 6 11 6 12 9 2 10 8 10 5 10 5

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MINNESOTA LOCATION Madison MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 15 14 6 11 12 13 5 10 7 3 4 1 8 9 2 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 29 2020 Harvest Date October 10 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 142 1 148 8 184 1 171 4 159 1 158 8 186 7 175 7 183 9 188 5 186 9 211 0 176 0 175 9 192 5 Mst Test Y M 13 1 13 1 12 9 13 5 13 12 6 14 3 13 3 14 4 14 7 13 1 14 6 16 4 15 7 14 8 57 7 60 4 57 8 60 61 1 59 60 5 57 2 58 6 60 1 56 8 59 5 57 3 59 7 57 4 10 8 11 4 14 3 12 7 12 2 12 6 13 13 2 12 8 12 8 14 3 14 5 10 7 11 2 13 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Olivia MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 14 15 4 10 12 13 0 2 9 8 6 1 3 5 11 7 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 3 2020 Harvest Date October 7 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 157 2 145 0 194 3 177 0 164 7 159 6 199 1 180 8 188 2 190 4 201 8 194 8 194 0 170 6 189 2 Mst Test Y M 15 14 9 15 15 7 15 1 14 3 17 1 16 5 17 7 16 6 17 6 16 6 21 1 19 5 19 3 57 60 3 57 4 59 2 58 58 8 59 9 57 1 56 9 59 4 56 3 57 8 54 9 59 3 55 9 10 5 9 7 13 11 3 10 9 11 1 11 6 11 10 6 11 5 11 5 11 7 9 2 8 8 9 8 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 10 9 12 11 6 8 5 1 4 7 2 3 13 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 4 2020 Harvest Date October 15 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 158 3 158 7 153 2 154 1 172 4 168 6 176 0 198 5 182 2 169 9 194 7 185 5 151 2 Mst Test Y M 14 1 14 7 15 9 14 4 15 7 14 3 15 7 15 1 14 2 14 6 14 6 15 2 15 3 58 60 3 61 4 58 8 60 1 58 4 58 4 60 6 58 59 4 57 9 60 9 57 6 11 2 10 8 9 6 10 7 11 11 8 11 2 13 1 12 11 6 13 3 12 2 9 9 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments No test LOCATION Sanborn MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 LOCATION Sleepy Eye MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 LOCATION St Cloud MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 15 14 13 8 11 12 5 10 7 6 1 2 9 4 3 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 6 2020 Harvest Date October 8 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 132 9 133 7 148 3 175 9 167 4 156 7 185 0 172 7 178 6 183 0 201 5 198 1 174 7 185 3 188 7 Mst Test Y M 16 1 15 5 16 3 18 1 16 4 16 9 18 17 9 20 1 19 19 4 20 2 24 4 21 1 21 2 55 9 59 3 55 9 59 2 59 7 56 9 58 57 5 55 57 6 54 3 57 6 53 9 56 7 54 2 8 3 8 6 9 1 9 7 10 2 9 3 10 3 9 6 8 9 9 6 10 4 9 8 7 2 8 8 8 9 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 15 14 6 12 11 13 8 3 9 4 1 2 5 10 7 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 1 2020 Harvest Date October 5 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 160 1 165 0 192 4 176 2 181 8 170 1 189 1 202 5 188 7 200 2 204 5 203 4 192 7 185 7 191 4 Mst Test Y M 14 5 14 7 14 1 15 1 14 8 14 4 15 5 15 15 4 16 4 15 4 17 2 19 1 17 5 16 57 7 61 1 57 8 59 2 61 58 6 60 3 58 57 6 59 6 56 8 58 3 56 6 60 4 57 7 11 11 2 13 6 11 7 12 3 11 8 12 2 13 5 12 3 12 2 13 3 11 8 10 1 10 6 12 LOCATION Stewartville MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 15 14 1 6 7 13 11 5 2 10 3 9 12 8 4 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 5 2020 Harvest Date October 16 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 125 7 134 3 174 3 169 5 168 4 152 4 163 5 170 8 172 9 164 3 172 6 166 8 163 1 167 0 171 3 Mst Test Y M 15 1 16 7 16 16 5 16 9 16 6 16 9 16 8 18 5 17 3 17 17 3 18 4 18 8 18 9 55 4 59 3 55 8 57 5 58 5 55 2 57 8 55 5 55 3 56 6 54 3 56 3 54 2 56 55 8 8 3 8 10 9 10 3 10 9 2 9 7 10 2 9 3 9 5 10 2 9 6 8 9 8 9 9 1 31

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MINNESOTA LOCATION Albert Lea MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 7 2 4 3 10 9 6 1 5 11 8 Yield ADJ 15 136 7 145 8 144 5 145 4 126 9 129 1 140 8 151 4 142 5 121 3 131 5 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 26 2020 Harvest Date October 28 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 16 4 17 3 18 2 18 2 17 1 18 6 17 6 18 17 6 18 5 20 2 58 2 58 58 7 59 4 55 9 53 6 54 58 3 57 54 4 56 5 8 3 8 4 7 9 8 7 4 6 9 8 9 8 6 6 6 5 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments No test Ponding LOCATION Jackson MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 10 9 3 4 2 1 6 8 7 5 Yield ADJ 15 188 7 196 1 217 7 211 1 220 1 226 5 200 1 196 8 198 3 202 3 Mst Test Y M 16 6 15 16 6 17 7 15 4 17 7 19 3 19 3 19 3 19 5 59 4 60 6 62 2 60 5 58 9 58 1 58 9 58 4 58 59 7 11 4 13 13 1 11 9 14 3 12 8 10 4 10 2 10 3 10 9 Yield Rank 8 6 10 9 2 11 1 3 5 12 7 4 Yield ADJ 15 203 4 212 7 189 2 196 4 233 0 185 8 236 3 232 3 219 3 173 6 207 9 219 8 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 29 2020 Harvest Date October 10 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 16 1 14 4 17 5 15 8 16 8 22 8 21 4 19 2 21 3 22 22 4 22 3 55 2 57 6 57 8 57 55 8 52 7 53 2 55 4 55 6 54 53 6 56 1 12 6 14 8 10 8 12 4 13 9 8 1 11 12 1 10 3 7 9 9 3 9 9 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Olivia MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None 32 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 2 3 7 1 4 9 10 5 6 12 11 8 Yield ADJ 15 241 3 238 4 227 3 248 4 236 9 222 3 214 3 231 3 230 7 199 1 213 0 223 4 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 30 2020 Harvest Date October 12 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 19 18 1 20 3 19 8 20 4 21 5 23 2 23 9 25 26 21 6 27 2 55 7 57 2 57 7 57 9 53 7 51 9 54 54 3 54 52 7 54 55 12 7 13 2 11 2 12 5 11 6 10 3 9 2 9 7 9 2 7 7 9 9 8 2 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 27 2020 Harvest Date October 10 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Hybrids listed by maturity Comments No test Animal damage LOCATION Madison MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 LOCATION Pipestone MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Yield Rank 10 12 11 0 4 3 1 6 2 5 9 8 7 Yield ADJ 15 188 1 183 8 187 9 236 9 258 5 276 0 223 7 259 4 233 6 192 7 193 0 212 6 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 4 2020 Harvest Date October 15 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 14 14 6 15 1 15 6 13 9 14 5 15 1 14 7 14 5 14 5 17 5 16 3 56 8 57 5 57 9 58 3 56 5 54 6 56 2 57 5 56 6 57 1 60 6 57 6 13 4 12 6 12 4 15 2 18 6 19 14 8 17 6 16 1 13 3 11 13 LOCATION Round Lake MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 10 5 4 3 9 2 1 7 11 8 12 6 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 1 2020 Harvest Date September 30 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 192 7 216 7 218 6 228 0 199 3 228 1 230 6 208 3 190 5 207 5 181 7 214 8 Mst Test Y M 25 3 24 3 21 4 27 27 8 25 2 27 3 28 1 28 1 32 9 27 9 30 7 57 7 58 2 59 4 57 4 56 8 57 5 57 56 9 57 55 6 56 7 56 3 7 6 8 9 10 2 8 4 7 2 9 1 8 4 7 4 6 8 6 3 6 5 7 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Stewartville MN Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 12 8 11 6 5 9 4 2 3 7 10 1 Yield ADJ 15 184 8 201 0 192 1 213 4 213 8 200 4 215 5 229 2 225 9 204 2 196 3 233 5 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 5 2020 Harvest Date October 16 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 20 4 20 2 21 4 20 4 20 6 24 9 24 5 23 7 25 9 26 8 26 8 26 6 53 5 53 54 3 54 8 53 5 52 5 53 3 53 5 53 52 3 52 2 54 9 9 1 10 9 10 3 10 4 8 8 8 9 7 8 7 7 6 7 3 8 8

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NEBRASKA LOCATION Arlington NE Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 1 2020 Harvest Date October 1 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 5 6 2 8 1 7 3 4 9 Yield ADJ 15 210 2 208 9 223 9 206 1 229 8 207 7 223 6 216 8 196 3 Mst Test Y M 17 4 17 9 15 9 16 5 18 2 17 8 15 2 17 7 15 6 58 5 58 7 59 59 56 5 60 56 60 5 59 12 1 11 7 14 12 5 12 6 11 7 14 7 12 2 12 6 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Beatrice NE Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 30 2020 Harvest Date October 19 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 7 8 2 4 3 9 1 5 6 Yield ADJ 15 184 5 181 8 207 0 196 9 199 6 179 8 209 7 194 3 186 5 Mst Test Y M 13 8 13 5 14 1 15 2 15 4 15 7 13 8 14 6 15 4 60 8 60 4 62 9 61 4 59 7 63 7 61 3 61 2 63 6 13 4 13 5 14 7 13 13 11 5 15 2 13 3 12 1 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 22 2020 Harvest Date October 14 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 8 1 4 6 3 7 2 5 9 Yield ADJ 15 213 4 270 2 230 4 229 8 233 2 215 9 250 9 229 9 211 1 Mst Test Y M 16 2 17 9 18 5 17 6 20 1 19 5 16 9 17 2 16 7 63 7 62 5 62 3 62 7 60 5 61 4 63 4 62 8 63 7 13 2 15 1 12 5 13 1 11 6 11 1 14 8 13 4 12 6 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Stromsburg NE Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 23 2020 Harvest Date October 13 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 6 4 2 9 5 8 3 1 7 Yield ADJ 15 229 2 233 8 237 8 216 5 229 7 217 6 234 5 241 7 222 5 Mst Test Y M 16 4 15 8 16 15 9 17 6 17 4 17 16 7 15 7 62 7 63 9 63 4 63 5 61 5 62 61 9 62 9 63 8 14 14 8 14 9 13 6 13 1 12 5 13 8 14 5 14 2 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Stanton NE Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LOCATION Tekama NE Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 6 2020 Harvest Date October 22 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 9 4 2 8 3 7 1 6 5 Yield ADJ 15 172 7 208 2 217 7 186 0 216 4 192 5 224 1 203 9 204 3 Mst Test Y M 15 7 15 8 17 3 17 3 17 8 17 5 16 7 17 6 17 8 59 8 61 5 62 5 59 9 57 6 63 3 61 1 60 7 63 2 11 13 2 12 6 10 8 12 2 11 13 4 11 6 11 5 GROWER PLOT Beemer NE 1 LATE SEASON MATURITY Type Grower trial plot Cuming County Planting Date May 20 2020 Previous Crop CRP Harvest Date October 15 2020 Water Management Irrigated Row Length 641 Comments Planted into dry cloddy soil Silty clay loam pH 6 8 6 8 Rows 30 Field Inputs 4 ton chicken manure MatuYield Yield Of Brand Variety Traits Mst Test rity Rank ADJ 15 Grain Legend LS5806 106 CONV 3 221 8 3690 16 3 58 1 Hi Fidelity HG1143 114 CONV 1 263 7 3500 21 3 56 7 DenBesten DB30 13 113 CONV 2 228 9 2830 15 5 60 2 Comments None GROWER PLOT Beemer NE 2 Type Herb Hasenkamp trial plot Previous Crop Soybeans Water Management Irrigated Comments pH 6 4 Field Inputs Hog manure 3 500 gal MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB40 12 OR 112 Great Hvst 62E2GH 112 Blue River 65N94 111 Blue River 62G22 110 LATE SEASON MATURITY Planting Date April 30 2020 Harvest Date October 18 2020 Row Length 1238 6 8 Rows 30 Traits ORG ORG ORG ORG Yield Rank 2 1 3 4 Yield ADJ 15 232 8 240 0 224 2 213 2 Of Grain 7490 7960 5470 5170 Mst Test 16 4 18 9 17 3 16 8 57 9 58 1 57 5 56 2 Comments None GROWER PLOT West Point NE Type Bob Spenner trial plot Previous Crop Soybean Water Management Dryland Comments Seed at planting treated with SabrEX PB LATE SEASON MATURITY Harvest Date October 1 2020 Row Length 1168 4 Rows 36 Field Inputs Fall 1 2ton ac Cluck Spring 150 ac Midwestern BioAg 0 0 0 13S June 200 ac Nature Safe 13 0 0 Brand Variety Seitec DenBesten Seitec DenBesten Seitec 6215 DB40 08 OR 6061 DB41 10 OR 6215 Maturity 112 108 110 110 112 Traits ORG ORG ORG ORG ORG Yield Rank 3 2 5 1 4 Yield ADJ 15 138 0 147 1 126 9 149 5 136 8 Of Grain 2440 2540 2220 2640 2420 Mst Test 13 9 11 8 13 13 8 13 9 60 7 59 1 59 1 58 6 60 7 Comments None Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None 33

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IOWA LOCATION Dickens IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 4 9 8 3 5 10 6 1 2 12 11 7 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 29 2020 Harvest Date September 29 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 166 4 159 4 160 6 172 0 165 6 153 2 165 4 186 6 179 5 143 2 152 8 161 8 Mst Test Y M 17 16 4 17 3 17 2 16 2 18 8 20 18 6 21 17 19 4 20 62 6 62 9 62 3 62 5 63 3 59 9 59 7 60 9 59 9 62 6 59 5 59 9 9 8 9 7 9 3 10 10 2 8 1 8 3 10 8 5 8 4 7 9 8 1 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Grafton IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 8 10 12 5 2 9 4 3 7 6 1 11 Yield ADJ 15 234 6 224 5 199 0 250 8 263 0 233 5 251 3 262 2 239 3 246 7 264 0 224 5 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 8 2020 Harvest Date October 15 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 19 2 19 9 19 8 18 2 18 6 20 3 19 3 19 3 19 1 20 3 21 2 22 6 58 2 59 3 59 9 59 4 58 2 54 5 57 2 58 5 58 8 56 8 56 4 57 9 12 2 11 3 10 13 8 14 1 11 5 13 13 6 12 5 12 2 12 5 9 9 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 6 3 9 5 7 10 8 1 2 11 12 4 Yield ADJ 15 193 5 205 3 179 9 197 9 189 7 177 1 183 3 214 7 205 6 173 1 169 4 203 1 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 21 2020 Harvest Date October 8 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 16 16 4 17 1 17 16 16 6 17 6 18 3 19 1 18 4 17 7 19 3 12 1 12 5 10 5 11 6 11 9 10 7 10 4 11 7 10 8 9 4 9 6 10 5 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments Not submitted LOCATION Oelwein IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments Not submitted 34 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 11 7 4 5 6 9 8 2 10 3 1 Yield ADJ 15 195 5 213 8 219 2 218 5 218 4 208 0 211 0 242 4 203 6 221 6 259 5 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 22 2020 Harvest Date October 2 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 15 6 15 6 16 5 16 6 17 9 18 5 18 18 1 19 1 19 4 20 9 12 5 13 7 13 3 13 2 12 2 11 2 11 7 13 4 10 7 11 4 12 4 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments Not submitted No test Animal damage Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Nashua IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 LOCATION Sheldon IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Yield Rank 4 9 10 5 11 7 8 2 3 6 12 1 Yield ADJ 15 205 7 197 4 193 4 205 6 190 3 199 2 198 8 220 5 214 5 203 8 182 6 226 6 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 21 2020 Harvest Date October 8 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 18 4 16 5 17 1 17 2 17 2 17 2 16 8 17 4 19 5 18 17 7 20 4 11 2 12 11 3 10 3 11 11 6 11 8 12 7 11 11 3 10 3 11 1 LOCATION Alexander IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 12 2020 Harvest Date October 17 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 5 8 9 2 1 6 4 3 7 Yield ADJ 15 186 3 171 0 170 8 206 5 207 8 184 9 191 9 203 3 180 4 Mst Test Y M 14 3 14 2 17 4 16 2 17 9 18 6 14 5 16 14 6 60 2 58 4 60 3 61 58 9 61 60 8 58 4 61 5 13 12 9 8 12 7 11 6 10 13 2 12 7 12 4 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Andrew IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 4 2020 Harvest Date October 27 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 7 3 2 5 1 6 8 4 9 Yield ADJ 15 194 4 208 5 227 1 199 8 236 6 195 7 190 5 200 0 184 2 Mst Test Y M 26 4 23 6 24 5 24 7 25 6 26 6 26 2 26 1 26 7 55 57 2 56 9 56 4 56 55 2 55 4 55 7 57 7 4 8 8 9 3 8 1 9 2 7 4 7 3 7 7 6 9 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Arcadia IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Previous Crop Soybean MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 25 2020 Harvest Date October 12 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 7 8 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 Yield ADJ 15 166 1 165 6 171 1 215 2 215 9 221 3 225 9 237 8 158 3 Mst Test Y M 17 16 9 18 1 18 5 19 1 17 5 17 2 17 8 17 61 2 61 2 60 8 60 4 60 61 2 61 1 60 8 62 1 9 8 9 8 9 5 11 6 11 3 12 6 13 1 13 4 9 3

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IOWA LOCATION Atlantic IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 12 2020 Harvest Date October 17 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 8 9 3 2 1 7 4 6 5 Yield ADJ 15 215 5 203 8 246 4 249 9 275 7 217 7 235 9 229 8 230 3 Mst Test Y M 20 1 20 5 20 3 20 2 23 1 23 9 21 9 25 2 18 9 57 6 58 7 60 8 59 1 56 7 58 3 58 7 58 1 59 10 7 9 9 12 1 12 4 11 9 9 1 10 8 9 1 12 2 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 2 2020 Harvest Date October 18 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 6 7 1 4 3 9 5 2 8 Yield ADJ 15 200 3 196 8 218 0 205 9 208 4 189 1 202 1 211 7 190 9 Mst Test Y M 15 13 9 16 1 16 2 16 8 17 3 15 15 6 16 1 58 7 59 9 60 4 59 4 58 5 10 9 61 8 60 6 63 5 13 4 14 2 13 5 12 7 12 4 10 9 13 5 13 6 11 9 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Davenport IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Previous Crop Soybean MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 23 2020 Harvest Date October 2 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 3 6 1 8 4 9 5 7 2 Yield ADJ 15 212 7 201 9 214 9 197 7 208 8 184 8 207 1 201 3 214 4 Mst Test Y M 16 9 18 4 19 5 18 3 19 9 20 4 18 1 18 18 7 58 2 59 2 60 5 57 3 57 6 61 3 59 4 59 1 60 9 12 6 11 11 5 10 8 10 5 9 11 4 11 2 11 5 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Creston IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Previous Crop Soybean MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LOCATION Monmouth IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Previous Crop Soybean MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 28 2020 Harvest Date October 4 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 7 8 4 2 6 1 5 9 3 Yield ADJ 15 167 3 163 2 179 4 190 5 171 3 196 9 171 6 159 9 180 2 Mst Test Y M 14 5 19 21 7 14 7 13 3 15 8 20 8 17 1 20 52 4 54 55 6 55 5 52 3 53 6 55 1 54 1 58 6 11 5 8 6 8 3 13 12 9 12 5 8 3 9 4 9 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Missouri Valley IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety Traits rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 CONV DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 ORG Pioneer P0825AM 108 AMLLRR2 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 ORG DenBesten DB31 11 111 CONV DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 ORG Dekalb DKC61 52 111 CONV DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 ORG DenBesten DB30 13 113 CONV LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 28 2020 Harvest Date October 1 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield Rank 9 7 1 3 2 6 4 5 8 Yield ADJ 15 191 6 198 3 227 9 214 4 224 6 199 9 210 1 209 3 194 2 Mst Test Y M 14 7 14 7 15 15 3 16 7 17 2 15 2 15 1 15 1 13 13 5 15 2 14 13 4 11 7 13 8 13 7 12 9 LOCATION Wapello IA Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Previous Crop Soybean MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 2 2020 Harvest Date October 17 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 7 1 6 0 2 4 5 3 8 Yield ADJ 15 179 1 212 7 180 4 210 2 191 9 189 3 206 6 175 8 Mst Test Y M 14 5 15 9 16 3 15 3 14 6 14 8 14 8 15 9 59 4 61 6 60 1 59 1 55 4 60 5 59 3 62 6 12 4 13 4 11 1 13 7 13 1 12 8 14 11 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments No test Mechanical damage GROWER PLOT Ida Grove IA Type Scott Ausborn trial plot Previous Crop Soybeans Water Management Dryland Comments Silty clay loam Some weed pressure Comments Very dry season MatuBrand Variety Traits rity Blue River 54PM36 ck 105 ORG Blue River 58PM36 107 ORG Blue River 60PM11 109 ORG Blue River 63PM48 111 ORG Blue River 66PM19 112 ORG Blue River 54PM36 ck 105 ORG DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 ORG Blue River 54C27 105 ORG Blue River 57A30 107 ORG DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 ORG Blue River 64K93 111 ORG Blue River 54PM36 ck 105 ORG DenBesten DB31 10 110 CONV Blue River 68C37 113 ORG Blue River 66G25 112 ORG Blue River 62G22 110 ORG LATE SEASON MATURITY Planting Date May 23 2020 Harvest Date October 16 2020 Row Length 690 4 Rows 30 Yield Rank 15 16 14 11 12 13 9 6 5 10 3 8 2 7 4 1 Yield ADJ 15 149 2 134 1 155 6 166 4 162 4 161 6 166 9 168 4 173 7 166 8 175 3 167 4 176 5 167 8 174 3 180 9 Of Grain 1310 1170 1355 1495 1465 1420 1465 1485 1535 1480 1570 1485 1590 1530 1595 1630 Mst Test 14 1 13 6 13 4 16 1 16 4 14 2 14 1 14 5 14 7 15 15 8 15 16 3 17 3 17 6 16 3 Hybrids listed by PLANTING ORDER Comments Not provided Hybrids listed by maturity Comments Not provided 35

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WISCONSIN LOCATION Bloomer WI Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 15 14 8 10 13 11 0 12 7 4 1 3 9 6 2 5 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 2 2020 Harvest Date October 20 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 144 4 148 4 172 3 158 9 153 8 158 5 155 8 179 6 205 4 211 7 205 7 165 5 181 2 206 2 184 9 Mst Test Y M 18 2 18 6 19 1 20 5 17 7 18 6 17 8 18 20 6 20 3 18 9 19 7 22 7 21 9 21 2 56 5 56 6 56 1 55 6 57 56 4 56 9 56 7 56 4 55 7 56 2 56 8 54 4 55 55 2 7 9 8 9 7 8 8 7 8 5 8 8 10 10 10 4 10 9 8 4 8 9 4 8 7 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Marshfield WI Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 15 14 13 11 6 12 2 5 8 4 7 10 3 1 9 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 3 2020 Harvest Date October 26 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 128 1 129 0 139 9 156 9 180 6 154 6 188 6 182 5 176 8 183 4 180 0 170 9 185 4 192 9 176 5 Mst Test Y M 22 21 3 22 7 23 4 21 2 23 3 23 1 21 1 23 7 24 4 23 5 25 2 25 9 23 9 24 7 5 8 6 6 2 6 7 8 5 6 6 8 2 8 6 7 5 7 5 7 7 6 8 7 2 8 1 7 1 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments Not provided LOCATION Star Prairie WI Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Hybrids listed by maturity Comments No test drown out 36 Yield Rank 14 13 7 11 9 12 5 1 10 8 3 4 2 6 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 3 2020 Harvest Date October 21 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 146 8 156 6 195 3 173 0 187 0 165 6 198 5 231 3 178 8 188 1 216 6 201 7 222 1 196 1 Mst Test Y M 18 4 17 2 18 18 2 18 17 9 18 7 19 5 18 3 18 8 19 5 21 5 20 3 19 4 56 3 57 1 56 6 56 5 56 7 56 6 56 2 55 8 56 6 56 3 55 9 55 55 7 56 1 7 8 9 1 10 9 9 5 10 4 9 3 10 6 11 9 9 8 10 11 1 9 4 10 9 10 1 LOCATION Jamesville WI Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 11 3 4 7 6 10 8 2 1 9 12 5 Yield ADJ 15 158 7 175 6 171 0 165 7 166 9 159 6 163 5 188 7 192 5 160 2 142 2 168 3 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 26 2020 Harvest Date October 14 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 15 8 15 3 16 8 16 6 16 4 16 6 17 2 16 8 17 8 20 1 19 3 19 6 57 6 59 59 60 4 56 8 52 8 57 3 58 7 58 1 55 6 55 2 59 10 11 5 10 2 10 10 2 9 6 9 5 11 8 10 8 8 7 4 8 6 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Monroe WI Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 8 6 10 5 12 9 7 1 4 3 11 2 Yield ADJ 15 170 4 178 8 160 3 180 0 133 1 164 5 174 7 193 0 181 3 184 6 151 6 186 9 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 2 2020 Harvest Date October 28 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 11 2 11 5 12 3 11 8 11 6 10 5 11 7 13 9 14 4 13 13 16 3 15 2 15 5 13 14 6 11 5 15 7 14 9 13 9 12 6 14 2 11 7 11 5 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments Not submitted LOCATION Platteville WI Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 9 5 11 8 2 6 3 4 1 10 12 7 Yield ADJ 15 194 3 215 0 192 6 202 3 226 7 212 7 222 2 219 6 227 7 193 6 190 9 208 7 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 25 2020 Harvest Date October 15 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 16 4 17 4 18 7 18 2 17 9 18 8 21 5 19 1 19 8 20 8 20 2 21 56 7 56 6 57 3 57 3 53 7 51 5 52 8 56 56 2 54 8 53 53 9 11 8 12 4 10 3 11 1 12 7 11 3 11 11 5 11 5 9 3 9 5 9 9

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MICHIGAN LOCATION Waupun WI Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 6 11 10 5 8 7 3 1 4 9 12 2 Yield ADJ 15 228 0 199 3 200 8 233 8 220 0 224 5 247 7 255 3 236 7 215 5 187 4 254 5 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 4 2020 Harvest Date October 21 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 20 1 20 1 24 24 23 4 24 24 23 9 23 4 26 1 25 2 25 7 55 6 55 7 54 4 55 5 53 1 52 3 52 6 52 4 55 3 51 20 9 55 3 11 3 9 9 8 4 9 7 9 4 9 4 10 3 10 7 10 1 8 3 7 4 9 9 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Platteville WI Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Previous Crop Soybean MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date April 25 2020 Harvest Date October 15 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 7 8 6 4 1 5 2 3 9 Yield ADJ 15 189 0 168 0 197 0 221 1 226 8 216 1 225 8 224 7 167 0 Mst Test Y M 21 5 20 1 21 8 21 3 23 1 23 4 22 7 22 5 19 7 53 4 55 56 55 2 54 1 56 5 53 7 53 4 57 8 8 8 4 9 10 4 9 8 9 2 9 9 10 8 5 LOCATION Reese MI Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 14 6 2 7 9 10 13 5 1 3 4 11 12 8 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 7 2020 Harvest Date October 20 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 134 9 158 3 169 9 157 1 149 9 147 9 145 7 159 5 171 7 168 8 164 4 147 0 146 1 151 9 Mst Test Y M 15 8 17 6 15 4 17 5 16 9 15 5 15 9 17 1 16 8 16 4 17 3 18 2 16 9 16 8 57 57 4 57 4 57 1 58 5 58 1 58 3 56 2 58 3 56 3 56 1 55 7 57 3 56 5 8 5 9 11 9 8 9 9 5 9 2 9 3 10 2 10 3 9 5 8 1 8 6 9 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments Animal damage LOCATION St Johns MI Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB41 75 OR 75 DenBesten DB31 77 77 DenBesten DB41 77 OR 77 DenBesten DB41 78 OR 78 DenBesten DB31 80 80 DenBesten DB41 80 OR 80 DenBesten DB31 83 83 DenBesten DB41 83 OR 83 DenBesten DB41 87 OR 87 DenBesten DB31 88 88 Dekalb DKC38 01 88 DenBesten DB41 91 OR 91 DenBesten DB40 92 OR 92 DenBesten DB31 93 93 DenBesten DB41 95 OR 95 Traits ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG ORG CONV RR2 ORG ORG CONV ORG Yield Rank 10 12 13 15 6 11 8 14 3 4 2 5 1 9 7 EARLY SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 6 2020 Harvest Date October 29 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Yield ADJ 15 134 4 130 8 124 6 120 2 144 1 133 3 142 5 120 9 150 1 147 7 157 8 145 0 161 8 140 9 144 1 Mst Test Y M 19 8 21 2 19 2 19 6 20 5 20 6 20 1 19 2 19 3 19 7 18 4 19 9 20 18 9 19 5 56 5 55 6 57 6 57 2 58 4 57 2 59 2 57 7 57 5 54 8 58 1 56 9 58 1 58 8 60 1 6 8 6 2 6 5 6 1 7 6 5 7 1 6 3 7 8 7 5 8 6 7 3 8 1 7 5 7 4 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None 37

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ILLINOIS LOCATION Elizabeth IL Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 12 11 7 1 10 5 8 3 4 2 9 6 Yield ADJ 15 161 8 173 6 189 5 213 4 178 4 195 2 187 7 200 3 196 3 202 4 181 1 195 1 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 8 2020 Harvest Date October 29 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 16 8 17 1 17 8 18 2 18 2 18 1 18 3 17 7 18 5 21 22 3 21 1 63 8 63 4 62 8 61 9 60 7 60 6 60 8 61 2 60 9 59 3 58 4 59 7 9 6 10 2 10 6 11 7 9 8 10 8 10 3 11 3 10 6 9 6 8 1 9 2 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Malta IL Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 3 10 8 6 12 11 9 2 1 5 4 7 Yield ADJ 15 214 7 194 0 202 6 203 2 186 0 192 0 198 2 216 7 223 0 204 4 207 8 202 9 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 7 2020 Harvest Date October 10 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 21 2 20 3 19 1 20 9 20 2 22 4 23 2 23 7 23 1 24 3 21 8 32 6 57 4 57 3 58 2 58 53 9 52 7 54 8 54 7 55 8 54 7 54 5 53 8 10 1 9 6 10 6 9 7 9 2 8 6 8 5 9 1 9 7 8 4 9 5 6 2 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Rochelle IL Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 32 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity Dekalb DKC45 65 95 DenBesten DB30 97 97 DenBesten DB41 01 OR 101 Pioneer P0157AM 101 DenBesten DB40 02 OR 102 DenBesten DB41 04 OR 104 DenBesten DB40 05 OR 105 Pioneer P0589AM 105 DenBesten DB38 06 106 DenBesten DB40 07 OR 107 DenBesten DB31 08 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None 38 Traits RIB CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG ORG ORG AMLLRR2 CONV ORG CONV AMLLRR2 Yield Rank 6 4 10 5 9 8 7 1 3 12 11 2 Yield ADJ 15 208 0 215 6 197 0 213 4 197 7 199 8 200 6 226 2 225 7 177 0 180 6 225 8 MID SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 9 2020 Harvest Date October 2 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Mst Test Y M 18 18 1 19 5 19 4 20 3 19 7 19 7 19 2 20 5 19 7 19 22 1 58 1 59 1 58 9 58 6 56 6 53 6 56 1 57 1 57 5 56 53 7 57 1 11 6 11 9 10 1 11 9 7 10 1 10 2 11 8 11 9 9 5 10 2 LOCATION Champaign IL Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 13 2020 Harvest Date October 10 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 9 3 6 8 1 7 2 5 4 Yield ADJ 15 209 8 239 5 229 2 212 7 247 0 221 1 241 2 229 3 239 4 Mst Test Y M 21 1 19 7 20 6 21 3 23 5 22 2 21 1 21 4 20 9 58 58 1 59 7 58 2 55 7 59 4 58 58 60 2 9 9 12 2 11 1 10 10 5 9 9 11 4 10 7 11 5 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Rochelle IL Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 9 2020 Harvest Date October 2 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 5 2 3 7 4 6 1 8 9 Yield ADJ 15 200 8 210 7 210 4 198 8 201 4 199 8 219 9 198 5 196 3 Mst Test Y M 23 3 22 1 24 3 23 2 25 5 26 5 24 2 24 5 25 54 5 55 8 57 1 55 2 52 54 7 55 7 54 7 58 4 8 6 9 5 8 7 8 6 7 9 7 5 9 8 1 7 9 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LOCATION Tonica IL Type Third Party Strip Trial Planting Pop 36 000 Row Width 30 Water Management Dryland MatuBrand Variety rity DenBesten DB31 08 108 DenBesten DB40 08 OR 108 Pioneer P0825AM 108 DenBesten DB41 10 OR 110 DenBesten DB31 11 111 DenBesten DB41 11 OR 111 Dekalb DKC61 52 111 DenBesten DB41 12 OR 112 DenBesten DB30 13 113 Hybrids listed by maturity Comments None LATE SEASON MATURITY Plant Date May 11 2020 Harvest Date October 14 2020 Previous Crop Soybeans Traits CONV ORG AMLLRR2 ORG CONV ORG CONV ORG CONV Yield Rank 3 5 7 1 6 9 2 4 8 Yield ADJ 15 237 3 227 2 194 0 257 8 210 3 180 6 248 1 232 7 181 7 Mst Test Y M 19 5 19 18 3 20 3 20 6 21 1 19 3 20 4 19 9 57 3 58 7 60 3 57 7 57 61 60 6 58 1 61 4 12 2 12 10 6 12 7 10 2 8 6 12 9 11 4 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Silage Potential Emergence Stalk Strength Root Strength Plant Health Drought Tolerance Drydown Test Weight Resp to High Pop Resp to Low Pop Corn Corn Perform GDU s to Flower GDU to Black Layer Semi Blocky 3 2 5 4 3 5 4 3 3 4 4 4 2 5 4 1060 1820 Conventional DB31 80 80 Day M MT Semi Flat Semi Blocky 4 4 4 4 4 3 5 3 5 4 4 4 3 3 5 1140 1950 Conventional DB31 83 83 Day MH MT Semi Flat Semi Blocky 4 4 4 3 5 4 4 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 4 3 5 1140 2050 Conventional DB31 88 88 Day M MT Semi Flat Semi Blocky 4 4 5 4 3 5 4 4 3 5 4 3 5 3 5 4 3 5 1180 2190 Conventional DB31 90 90 Day M M Semi Flat Semi Blocky 4 4 3 5 4 4 4 3 5 3 5 4 5 4 3 5 4 1170 2100 Conventional DB31 93 93 Day M MT Semi Flat Semi Blocky 4 4 3 5 4 4 4 3 5 3 5 4 4 3 5 3 5 1200 2280 Conventional DB30 97 97 Day MH M Semi Flat Semi Balanced 4 3 3 5 4 4 3 5 3 5 4 3 5 4 3 5 4 1310 2450 Conventional DB30 02 102 Day H MT Upright Semi Fixed Balanced 4 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 1270 2520 Conventional DB38 06 106 Day M MT Standard Semi Blocky 4 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 4 3 5 3 5 4 3 5 3 5 1315 2620 Conventional DB31 08 108 Day H MT Standard Flex Balanced 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 4 3 4 3 5 3 5 1340 2640 Conventional DB31 10 110 Day H MT Standard Flex Balanced 4 3 5 3 5 3 5 4 4 3 5 3 5 4 4 3 5 4 1340 2725 Conventional DB31 11 111 Day M MT Standard Semi Balanced 4 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 3 3 5 4 5 3 5 3 5 1350 2800 Conventional DB30 13 113 Day M MT Standard Semi Blocky 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 5 3 3 5 4 5 3 4 3 5 1350 2800 Ear Flex Ear Type Standard Leaf Habit M Plant Height M Ear Height 77 Day Maturity DB31 77 Variety Conventional Type Yield Potential COMPARISON CHART CONVENTIONAL SEED CORN ORGANIC SEED CORN Organic DB41 75 OR 75 Day M M Semi Flat Semi Blocky 3 2 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 4 3 4 3 3 5 1120 1820 Organic DB41 77 OR 77 Day M MT Flat Semi Blocky 3 5 3 5 3 5 4 4 4 3 5 4 3 5 4 3 3 5 1170 1890 Organic DB41 78 OR 78 Day MH T Semi Flat Semi Balanced 3 5 4 4 3 5 3 5 4 3 5 3 3 5 4 2 5 3 1245 1935 Organic DB41 80 OR 80 Day M MT Flat Flex Blocky 3 5 3 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 1175 1950 Organic DB41 83 OR 83 Day M MT Flat Semi Blocky 4 3 3 5 3 5 3 5 4 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 1200 2130 Organic DB41 87 OR 87 Day M MT Semi Flat Semi Balanced 4 3 3 5 4 4 4 3 5 3 4 3 5 3 5 3 5 1220 2190 Organic DB41 91 OR 91 Day MH T Flat Semi Blocky 3 4 3 5 3 3 5 3 5 4 3 4 3 3 5 3 1240 2300 Organic DB40 92 OR 92 Day H T Upright Semi Fixed Balanced 4 4 3 5 3 5 3 3 5 3 2 5 2 5 4 2 5 3 5 1260 2400 Organic DB41 95 OR 95 Day M MT Flat Semi Balanced 3 5 3 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 4 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 1235 2450 Organic DB41 98 OR 98 Day M T Flat Semi Balanced 3 3 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 3 3 5 3 5 3 1270 2470 Organic DB41 01 OR 101 Day M T Flat Semi Balanced 3 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 1270 2510 Organic DB40 02 OR 102 Day MH T Upright Semi Fixed Balanced 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 3 5 2 5 3 5 2 5 3 5 1270 2460 Organic DB41 04 OR 104 Day M MT Standard Flex Blocky 4 4 3 3 5 3 3 3 3 2 5 3 3 3 1350 2600 Organic DB40 05 OR 105 Day M M Standard Flex Blocky 3 5 3 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 3 3 3 3 5 3 3 1320 2620 Organic DB40 07 OR 107 Day MH T Standard Semi Balanced 3 4 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 3 3 3 3 5 3 3 1350 2640 Organic DB41 07 OR 107 Day MH T Standard Flex Balanced 3 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 3 3 3 5 3 3 5 1340 2640 Organic DB40 08 OR 108 Day H T Upright Semi Fixed Balanced 3 5 4 3 5 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 5 3 5 2 5 3 5 1330 2650 Organic DB41 10 OR 110 Day H MT Standard Flex Balanced 4 3 5 3 5 3 5 4 4 3 5 3 5 4 4 3 5 4 1340 2725 Organic DB41 11 OR 111 Day MH T Standard Flex Blocky 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 4 3 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 3 5 1350 2725 Organic DB41 12 OR 112 Day MH MT Semi Flat Semi Blocky 4 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 4 3 5 3 5 1350 2800 FLOURY LEAFY SILAGE Conventional DB50 90 FL 90 Day ML T Flat Flex Long 2 5 4 4 4 5 4 5 3 2 2 2 4 3 N A N A Conventional DB50 100 FL 100 Day ML T Flat Flex Long 2 5 4 4 4 4 5 3 5 2 2 2 4 3 N A N A Organic DB60 100FL OR 100 Day ML T Flat Flex Long 2 5 4 4 4 5 4 5 3 5 2 2 2 4 3 N A N A Ratings scale 5 Excellent 3 Average 1 Poor Even though we test our seed for GMO contamination we do not guarantee that any of the corn harvested from this seed will be marketable as non gmo grain or meet any contractual agreements 39

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Dakota s Best Seed DenBesten Brand 36656 SD Hwy 44 Platte SD 57369 www DakotasBestSeed com 605 337 3318 Success starts with the seed DenBesten Brand Seed Corn Specializing in Conventional Organic Varieties A truly independent family owned seed company Committed to sustainable organic farming Providing the newest top performing genetics available DAKOTA S BEST SEED 36656 SD HYW 44 PLATTE SD 57369 www DakotasBestSeed com 605 337 3318