Wisconsin #7 Field Corn
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100-110 Days. Field Corn. (a.k.a. Silver King) Grow your own chicken feed! This open pollinated, heirloom variety originated in 1862 in Fayette County, Iowa and is still popular with northern gardeners today. The 8-9" ears are filled with wide, white kernels of medium depth and thickness. Slowly tapered ears are slightly wavy. corn is easy for chickens to digest and can be used as part of a balanced, varied diet. If you are growing for chicken feed, once the ears are dried and harvested, we suggest cracking the kernels for easier consumption. Seed purchased is intended for planting.