The Pierce Farm
|Soil #||Soil Name||Acres +/-||Productivity Index*||Weighted Average Corn Yield Index*||Gross Bushels|
|152A||Drummer silty clay loam||93.00||144||195||18,135|
|171B||Catlin silt loam||42.52||137||185||7,866|
|154A||Flanagan silt loam||40.30||144||194||7,818|
|512B||Danabrook silt loam||27.07||137||185||5,008|
|356A||Elpaso silty clay loam||7.21||144||195||1,406|
|171A||Catlin silt loam||0.64||138||187||120|
|60D2||La Rose loam||0.41||105||142||58|
|Total Acres :||217.50 acres, more or less|
|Tillable Acres :||211.15 acres, or 97.08% per FSA figures|
|Productivity Index :||141.60|
|Weighted Average Corn Yield Index :||191.39 bushels per acre, based on tillable acres|
|Comparable Yield Index :||185.80 bushels per acre, based on total acres|
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*Figures taken from the University of Illinois Bulletin 811, Optimum Crop Productivity Ratings for Illinois Soils.